Stella turned the big 5 and choose to have a Hello Kitty party for her celebration. Her request this year was no boys because well…boys don’t like Hello Kitty. But, I think she secretly wanted to invite a few boys from her class with a few comments she made. So, what do you do at a Hello Kitty party besides plaster Hello Kitty’s face everywhere? Good question.
We started off with the invitations–Hello Kitty face, stars, pink, purple…you get the idea. Stella wanted to help so she glued and glued cardstock on top of cardstock. Gluing is a big thing in kindergarten. It took a long time for those invitations to dry.
So fun! What a bunch of cute, cute girls.
And now I know you wonder how you did without her before you had her. Happy 5th to Miss Stella!
What a perfect party! Happy Birthday Stella! Meow Meow.
So amazing! I love the HK ears and whiskers and cute headbands. Looks like a super cute party. Happy Birthday Stella!
Such a cute idea! Your efforts were well spent.
Too cute! Happy Birthday Stella!
The Cochran Family says
I love that you post your parties on here, b/c whenever I need to have one I consult your blog/party planning advice book and I'm off and running…I mean copying :)THese hello kitty faced girls are adorable, esp your little Stella!
I'm sure it was a huge success. Stella certainly looks happy.
100 Percent Cottam says
awesome as ever! you're the party gal!
Sooooo cute! My oldest had a hello kitty party, but not near as cute as yours, I wish I had your ideas.
You do the best birthday parties for your kids! What lucky ducks they are to have you.
What a fun party! Everything was a hit. You did a fabulous job. Do you want to do my kids parties???
Ohhhh, does it get ANY cuter? Now, that is a great original idea for a little girls party.
Amber Amaradio says
Cute Party! Could you tell me where you got the hello kitty graphics for the buckets and invites? Thanks!