Party Recap

My daughter and I hosted a summer Strawberry Shortcake party for a group of girls who were missing their older brothers who were at a week-long overnight camp. We only spent money on food. We just used things that we had around the house. I was gifted super fun strawberry dishes that I once belonged to my grandmother. We read the book, Strawberry Shortcake's First Sleepover, went on a strawberry hunt, drank tea, and ate an adorable tea pot cake. It was a cheap, fun afternoon.


Party Highlights

  • Best Moment

    All the little girl giggles!

  • Desserts

    Tea Pot Cake with Almond Flavoring

  • Party Favors

    Strawberry Shortcake Bubbles and Purse

  • Activities / Games

    Read Strawberry Shortcake Book. I told the girls that Pupcake (Strawberry's dog) hid all of her strawberries. They went on a strawberry hunt. The girls designed purses at Raspberry Torte's Store. We had a strawberry fight (water balloons).

  • Budget

    I spent appoximately $15 on food. We used things that we already had around the house. This made my husband SUPER happy!

  • What People Ate

    Finger foods

  • What People Drank

    Strawberry Punch and Tea


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