Christina’s Hello Kitty Party

I think lots of girls dream of having a Hello Kitty party and I was lucky enough to get an email from Christina.  She asked for a few ideas on throwing a Kitty party for her soon to be 3 year old girl.  I gave her some ideas and then she kindly sent me pictures.  I was blown away by the amazing job she did.  I liken her work to planning a wedding reception with lots of little details she added to make a perfect Hello Kitty birthday party.  Here are her pictures:

Gotta love her homemade nametags:

hello kitty party nametags

hello kitty party table

She got containers from Daiso Aberdeen, stickers from a dollar store, erasers & key tags from Aberdeen:

hello kitty party baskets

She pre-ordered these plain cookies at the local bakery then decorated each one herself:
hello kitty party cookies

She made cut-outs of pink paw-prints for the wall (so simple and really cute!):

hello kitty party decorations

She bought Helly Kitty (and My Melody) marshmallow lollipops at T&T Renfrew location in Vancouver:

hello kitty party lolipops

hello kitty party sanrio cards

Thanks so much Christina for sharing! 🙂

I’m sure everyone got loads of ideas from Christina’s pictures. By chance, 2 mommies contacted me the past month for some ideas. Here are some inexpensive ways to have a Hello Kitty party:

Hello Kitty Cookie Ideas:

-Turn your cake into a Hello Kitty cake by decorating it with your Hello Kitty cookies.
-Perfect for gift bags! Just add Hello Kitty cookies to a clear bag and tie with a pretty pink ribbon.
-Add your Hello Kitty cookies to ice cream sundaes.

Games and cards:

-Play pin the ribbon on the Hello Kitty face.
-Print out pictures of Hello Kitty and then with leftover fabric, stickers, etc. girls can go crazy decorating their kitty.
-Print out pictures of Hello Kitty and attach them to a ribbon to create decorations.
-Print out pictures of Hello Kitty and cut a circle around it. Then glue to a pretty piece of paper for thank-you cards. If you like Michael’s, sign up for their email list and you can get a 40% off coupon I think on 1 item.
-Buy a plain tablecloth and then add decorations to it. My cousin recently planned a transformers party and she got a plain tablecloth and then a plastic see-through cover to go on top of that. In between she put pictures her son had colored of transformers. Really personal and then every year she can just put different pictures in.

5 Responses to “Christina’s Hello Kitty Party”

  1. 1 zanners February 14, 2010 at 7:35 pm

    Can you please tell me how the name tags where made and out of what? They are great!

    • 2 houseofkitty February 17, 2010 at 3:47 pm

      I think she just printed them from her computer. If you do a search on google, you can find great pictures and then in an image program add text. 🙂

  2. 3 hk March 20, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    i just bought hello kitty cookie cutters.. wish me luck on making some hello kitty cookies.. i also saw a hello kitty muffin molder.. pancake maker.. sandwich.. pudding.. lots of them.. im thinking of doing a business like hello kitty food business.. but just a dream yet.. no definite plans as of now.. im not so much of a good cook/baker yet.. ^_^

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