Party Recap

The girls came dressed in their pajamas, and first took turns at two activity centers: threading cereal for edible necklaces and decorating paper sacks for the pinata candy. After my husband read them the book, 'If You Give a Pig a Pancake,' the girls ate a breakfast of pancakes, yogurt parfaits and mini muffins. The table was set with cookie cutters and pancake toppings and they had a ball playing with their food, then gobbling it up! A pinata in the backyard was the final activity before each guest was handed a goodie basket of cookies and milk as a parting gift.


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    Everyone wore their cutest pajamas...even mom and dad!

  • Desserts

    Strawberry cupcakes!

  • Activities / Games

    Making necklaces out of Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks; decorating paper sacks with colors and stickers - they later filled the sacks with candy from the pinata.

  • Budget


  • Best Moment

    Watching everyone cut shapes out of their pancakes, then pile them up with toppings (choc chips, pb chips, diced bananas and strawberries)

  • What People Ate

    Pancakes, mini muffins, grapes and yogurt parfaits. The grown-ups had a coffe and palmier station.

  • What People Drank

    The girls drank milk or orange juice, served out of small glass bottles.

  • Most Touching Moment

    My daughter's sweet, shy expression as we sang to her.



  • Valerie T

    Valerie T wrote:

    This party looks great! I will be doing this for my 3 year old daughter this November!

  • Anna P

    Anna P wrote:

    Very cute party! My daughter loves all things breakfast and PJ's, so I am thinking about a similar theme. What time did you start the party and what time did they eat? I was thinking 10-12 PM and then eating at 11 or so?

  • Anna P

    Anna P wrote:

    I meant AM, not PM. :)