Adopt a Puppy Birthday Party

This Adopt a Puppy Birthday party was originally hosted by Staci over at Designing & Motherhood.
*reminder…I’m now posting fewer pictures and info in each party post. Please click through to the original party post for ALL the details!*
I love how Staci took the time to thoughtfully plan this party ahead of time so that she was able to be frugal AND FABULOUS! I love all the food items. They look super yummy and they totally compliment the theme. She took the time to share recipes so be sure to check it out on her blog. This puppy party is so cute and I think it would be a fun theme for any little boy or girl.

Have a look, leave a comment, and then hop on over to Staci’s blog to see what else she’s got going on!

Enjoy Staci’s Puppy party…..

There’s so much to see that Staci has two posts. All the backyard party details. All the food details.


I enjoy giving the gift of a theme party to my girls. I view the b-day parties as a gift of love from mother to daughter. (and I do it with a thrifty heart & mind). I am glad I had the energy to do this party in May for my 4 year old daughter.

When I shop I am always thinking ahead. I saw these cute puppies for 75% off at Walmart in late February. They were on the after Valentine’s day clearance and they came to be $2.50 a piece. They don’t scream Valentine’s day red or a “lovey dovey” V-day theme. It was right then I had the idea-How about an adopt a puppy party for my daughter’s birthday? The idea stemmed from the Build a Bear workshop concept. You know the concept-you go to stations in the store with a stuffed animal. I can’t afford to take 9 girls to Build a Bear and this sounded like fun to create my own party at home.

Welcome to the Adopt a Puppy Party in my backyard.

Puppy paw print cupcakes

I used Rasinetes and Junior mints

Puppy bone rice crispy treats

Don’t forget to visit Staci’s blog for a ton more of the party details!

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