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My Little Pony Party

What better way to show your little girl how amazing her birthday is than with a My Little Pony Party! Bring out all of the pink, rainbows, clouds, sparkles and magic you can find :)


Party Decorations




Create a whimsical party setting with rainbow and cloud balloons throughout the party area.



Rainbow-colored table center pieces will make your party tables pop.



Create your own party snack table with bright colors, various balloons, a My Little Pony backdrop and a bouquet of bright flowers in the center.




Each of your guest tables can have a color/pony theme. For example: If one table is blue, then the pony that represents that table would be Rainbow Dash. The decorations for that table are blue with the rainbow lightening bolt and cloud monogram. 
If the guest table is the yellow table then the pony mascot for that table is Fluttershy. This pony is yellow and all of the decorations should be bright and may include a bouquet of yellow daisies. 







Another easy idea for a My Little Pony centerpiece, is one you can easily make yourself. The $1 section at Target has colorful, plastic Chinese food-style boxes that can be your base. Fill the box with streamers and something heavy to hold boxes to table. Print out large cut outs of ponies and possibly the age of your child to glue to colorful sticks that pop out of the box centerpieces. 

Party Food: 



Mott's Apple Juice is now Sweet Apple Acres Apple Juice!




Here are two examples of cake ideas for your party! You can add ponies to the top of your cake or do a simple rainbow design.







Colorful treats are best for your party food table. Fill cups with bright fruits like raspberries, mandarin orange slices and kiwi slices. Surround the cups with rainbow marshmallows to make the table pop.



Label a bowl of skittles "Pony Vitamins."




Every aspect of your My Little Pony Party should be bright, colorful and most of all sweet. A creative spin on caramel apples is to dip them in various colors of icing and then dip the ends in rainbow sprinkles.




Create your own rainbow cupcakes! Use your favorite flavor of cupcake mix and ice the cupcakes a light blue sky color. Create white puffy looking clouds with white icing and use multi-color rainbow sour belts candy as the rainbow atop your cupcake. 



Another cute idea for your party table is to dip pink wafers in white icing and cover in rainbow sprinkles. 

Invites:




Games: 




An awesome way to create a game for the kids to get their party tutus is to make a balloon popping game. Make your one brightly colored balloon popper wand out of plastic, ribbon and feathers. Place a different number in each balloon. Each little girl gets to pop one balloon and get her number from inside. Her number corresponds with a color tutu which prevents the kids from fighting over which color tutu they want. The girls get to take home their tutus! 





A My Little Pony themed guessing game! Have guests use their magic to guess how many jellybeans are in a jar. 




Rainbow Dash's Hoof Decorating Parlor! The girls can paint their nails in fun, rainbow colors at a nail polish station.



Face Paint Station! 

Party Favors:



My Little Pony medal necklaces are a fun party favor for guests!



Create rainbow hats for guests out of tule and glue on round pieces of construction paper. Draw on each guest's name with a sparkly paint pen.

Giggle Bean specializes in children's parties, showers and events of all kinds in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia. 

Credits: 

Drinks: Catch My Party
Jellybean Guessing Game: I don't blog
Table Centerpieces: Etsy
Invites: Party Pieces
Balloon popping game: Chocolate on toast
Pony Cake: Catch My Party
Medals: Etsy
Pony centerpiece: Catch My Party
Rainbow Cake: I am baker
Party hats: Icing designs online
Icing apples: Krazy Kingdom
Face painting: Paintertainment
Nail painting station: Chocolate on toast
Rainbow wafers: Catch My Party
Rainbow cupcakes: Wedding Bells