Otherwise known as, a Unicorn themed party for my newly three year old daughters.
So I figured, what else do my children love that will appeal to the same aesthetic?
|See those cookies? Grandma made a heap of unicorn poop cookies!|
First, the favors. I have lots of paper hanging out- it's kind of a side effect of being an artist. One large sheet of watercolor paper and a little rainbow ribbon became...
|DIY unicorn horns and puppets|
|Even RH got to be a unicorn!|
So, the favors for the kids were, unicorn horns to color themselves, unicorns to color and turn into puppets or art, and...
But the most important thing for any birthday party? The cake. We were anticipating eleven adults and eight cake eating aged children, so I figured that making each of the girls their own cake was a safe bet.
SI insisted that she wanted a yellow cake. DD insisted that she wanted a pink cake. So rather than use food coloring, or just color the frosting, I kinda went all in. I made DD a strawberry cake, and SI a lemon cake. From scratch. The only artificial anything that went in was a little yellow food coloring to make that yellow frosting just a *bit* yellower. And to decorate? Unicorns, of course!
|A pink strawberry unicorn cake|
|Lemon sour cream cake- yeah, it's as good as it sounds|
|A yellow lemon unicorn cake|
So how did it go?
|This castle has a few princes and princesses, a dragon, a cat, a gargoyle, and plenty of unicorns!|