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Breakfast Is Served! A Sweet Pancakes and Pajamas Birthday Party

Aug 6 2014 - 12:02pm

When Krista O'Byrne's daughter turned 2, the owner of Hoopla Events [1] and her team planned the cutest pancakes and pajamas birthday party that we've ever seen — or heard of, for that matter. The birthday girl's favorite breakfast food is pancakes, and most kiddos love sporting their jammies all day, so this theme had us at hello. But to top it off, the pink and turquoise color scheme is bright and cheery, and all the fun details are simply divine. Got an older child? Still check it out, as this party would even be perfect for a wide range of ages (heck, I might ask for a pancake and pajama party at my next birthday) — so scroll on to see this adorable celebration in action.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [2]

Custom Printables

All the sweet printables are done custom from The TomKat Studio [3].

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [4]

Doughnut Holes and Minitubs

What kid doesn't love doughnut holes? And paired with these mini beverage tubs from Michaels, they're the perfect accessory!

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [5]

Milk Bottles

Rarely do we see a party where there is actual milk in the milk bottles, but the beverage pairs perfectly with the theme (and for the age group).

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [6]

Custom Pajamas

The birthday girl and her sister wore custom PJs from Snippets of Design [7]. What a great way to make the guest of honor feel special!

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [8]

Let Them Eat Pancakes!

Krista said, "We served hot stacks of pancakes adorned with a darling flag from The TomKat Studio [9], eggs, mini boxes of cereal with wooden spoons, and hot-pink ice cream bowls from The TomKat Studio."

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [10]

Orange Juice With Simple Accessories

Don't forget about the OJ — the adorable straws tags are a nice touch on the polka-dot straws!

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [11]

Personalized Touches Make the Party

CW Happy Creations [12] made this personalized monogram pillow for the birthday girl as well as a matching pennant banner to use on the favor table.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [13]

Party Tables

Another look at the table setup, complete with coffee creamer for the adults as centerpieces.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [14]

Custom Water Bottles

Every guest received mini bottles of water with custom-designed labels, again designed by The TomKat Studio [15].

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [16]

Dessert Table

Even a breakfast-themed party needs a dessert table, and this one takes the pancake. The team used party paper from Smash Cake & Co. [17] as the backdrop and added a darling birthday banner from the printable collection, while large birthday balloons framed the dessert table. Stems Floral [17] made the floral bouquets and filled the jars with cereal.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [18]

Sweet Pancake Cake

Christina of 4 Kids Cakes [19] made this supersweet cake as well as the doughnut cake pops, which were a huge hit with the kids.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [20]

Doughnut Cake Pops

Seriously, how awesome are these doughnut cake pops from 4 Kids Cakes [21]?

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [22]

Pajama Sugar Cookies

The custom pajama sugar cookies from The Sugar Canvas Boutique Bakery [23] were also a favorite among the guests.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [24]

Polka-Dot Party Favors: Cookies and Candy

Party favors were a pancake cookie from The Sugar Canvas Boutique Bakery [25] in polka-dot favor bags with a thank you tag. Krista said, "We love using ceramic letter dishes at parties. At our pancakes and pajama party, we used these dishes to spell out the birthday girl’s name and we filled each dish with candy." And at the end of the party, the guests took home small bags of candy along with their cookies.

Source: Lauren Oliver Photography [26]


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