sprinkles themed birthday party

How much do you love sprinkles? A lot? Good, me too. I’m kind of obsessed….I may or may not want my own line of sprinkles one day. Anyway, good thing we all love sprinkles because this party is a SPRINKLES PARTY! Holy cow – I’m in love. Best theme ever! Nikki was equally as excited when her daughter asked for a sprinkles themed party. She said ” I used about 12 pounds of sprinkles throughout the party–thank goodness for inexpensive restaurant supply stores!”. So funny, that’s a lot of sprinkles. Check out the cuteness…

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“I had so much fun figuring out ways to incorporate the theme through the party–in the many strands of sparkling sprinkle garlands, in the floral arrangements, in the activities (sprinkle paintings and making sprinkle maracas) , and of course the food! We served pizza (made with “sprinkle cheese”) that we made in the wood fired oven I built in our backyard.

For the DESSERT TABLE, I made a classic sprinkle cake, a donut topiary, brigadeiros (chocolate caramel south American treats), soft sugar cookies, decorated sugar cookies, icing covered pretzels, strawberry sprinkle meringues, strawberry cheesecake bites, funfetti cake batter fudge, and sprinkle-laced cotton candy.”

Nikki did this ALL HERSELF! I am very impressed. She shared, “I baked everything myself, I made the decor, I sewed the birthday outfit, I made the party hats, I painted the gift bags, I made the sprinkle-encased resin jewelry favors, I took all the photos”. She bought the pinata at my local Party City, and the charming paper straws came from the Petite Party Studio in Gilbert, AZ.

Visit Nikki’s website here at TikkiDo.com

Isn’t it darling?!

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  1. Awesome! I love love love this!

  2. In NZ we call these (the round coloured ones) sprinkles 100s & 1000s. What a festive party!

  3. Thanks for the beautiful feature! This was such a fun party to create!

    Rachel–I love that name. It certainly felt like I was punching out thousands of circles when making all the garland to hang from the pergola. ;-)

  4. This is so fun! I can see using this as a fun theme for a baby “sprinkle” (sip n see / shower) too!

  5. Such a great idea. Can’t believe you made a whole party based off of sprinkles. props! can’t wait to see what’s next

  6. I’m obsessed with this colorful table! I especially love the sprinkles in the vases and the strawberries on the sticks!

  7. What a wonderful way to celebrate sprinkles! I love how they even used them as an embellishment on the buffet table cards. This is such a fun party!

  8. What an awesome party!!! My 8 year oldvis wanting a prinkles party also. How did you make the encased jewelry favors??? I think those arwonderful favors!

  9. Heya! I understand this is sort of off-topic however I had to ask.
    Does managing a well-established blog such as yours take a massive amount work?
    I am completely new to blogging however I do write in my journal on a daily basis.
    I’d like to start a blog so I can share my experience and views online. Please let me know if you have any kind of ideas or tips for new aspiring bloggers. Appreciate it!

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