Pampered Puppy Birthday Party

This Pampered Puppy Birthday party was originally hosted by Elizabeth over at Pampered Princess Parties.


Ok, so I may lose readers by admitting that I’m not a huge dog fan…HOWEVER even I have to admit that Brooke’s Pampered Puppy Party is Positively Perfect! Everything about it was adorable, fun, and creative. The black dog dishes on the table is one of my favorite touches! How CUTE!

I think her activity was definitely one the girls won’t soon forget. How FUN that they got to stuff thier own puppy. That’s gotta be one of the best party favors I’ve seen! It was a craft, activity, and favor all wrapped into one. GENIUS!

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

Enjoy Elizabeth’s party…..


Last Saturday, the months of planning and creating came together for Wryeton’s 5th birthday puppy party. As the guests entered, they visited the grooming station where they got puppy ears, a puppy nose, and freckles.

Next, it was on to the adoption center to pick out our puppies and stuff them with love.

The guests had to name their puppies and they made a dog collar using stretchy cord and pony beads. We wrote the puppy’s name on a metal rimmed key tag and attached it to the dog collar.
We played “trainer says” but I don’t have any pictures of that- sorry :(
It was then time for cake! The kids sat down to the puppy-themed table. I used dog bone scrapbook paper for the placemats, my 49 cent Ikea dog bowls, the topiary I worked on FOREVER, 2 black candlesticks I found at Hobby Lobby on 80% clearance, and a feather boa.
My topiary was inspired by the topiary Party Planning Mom used at her Strawberry Shortcake party.

After all the planning and creating, I didn’t dare make my own cake! I found a shaggy dog cake from Publix and switched out their red ribbon for a pink and white polka dot bow. I really wish Fig and Ruby lived near me because their sweet puppy cake is So Cute!

For the party favors, I made up little bags of graham cracker bones and velvet color mini-posters with my own label that coordinated with the invitations I created. Thank you Pumpkin Petunia for the idea (although yours are a lot cuter)!!!

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