Planning A Pink Party
The minute I saw these cute little plates I knew what I would do!
Plan a party in Pink!
So I began gathering a few things to build a festive party around a theme of Pink and Watermelon. Mainly because in the back of my mind I already had a plan in mind. But I'll share that after you see the thrifty things I've collected . . .
So first I bought on sale at Kroger the round plates and napkins marked half price.
Then I went to Dollar Tree for the $1.00 plastic table clothes.
Yesterday I found the triangle shaped plate marked down at Kroger for .29!
I scooped it up and grabbed some almost wilted flowers for $1.00. Cut a few blooms away and watered them. They are perkier now.
And now to share with you my inspiration for the entire theme!
Not quit Top Chef but the 8 year old baker had a fabulous time.
I wasn't completely happy with how the pink plastic table cloth looked but. Our little budding chef is in training and we kind a got a little messy.
It was still a happy and festive little pink party. And he didn't even notice the wrinkles in the plastic cloth.
It really only took a little sugar cookie dough and a little icing to make the day a Holiday.
The flowers and cute little plates decorates just made me smile.
The bonus is. There is a half a roll of dough left for another day!
I wonder what bargain I can find to decorate with?
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