Magical Donuts and Unicorns Birthday


What a fun and magical theme, Unicorns and Donuts
what more could a girl want! This party was filled with sweets, magic and lots of fun. 


When my daughter turned 7 two of her favorites were donuts and unicorns, she couldn't decide on a party and then as I was wondering Home Goods one day I stumbled upon the perfect solution. This darling wrapping paper, with you guessed it, unicorns and sprinkled donuts! The theme was set! Toss in lots of pink, some rainbows and you have any 7 year old girls dream.

I reached out to my friend at Jen T by Design for the cutest invitation that matched our theme perfectly. I love her fun and creative designs.




I picked up a naked cake from Jenny Cookies Bake Shop, they added the drizzle and I added the rest. My daughter found this rainbow and unicorn and really wanted to use it. Having a bakery provide a simple frosted cake, is an easy way for you to personalize it, especially if you are like me and baking for a party gives you an incredible amount of stress!


The donuts were special ordered from a local shop, Legendary Doughnuts, and they were amazing!


My daughter loves donuts, and I mean loves! Donut walls are pretty popular and I wanted to have a smaller version of one. My husband made this one for me with supplies from Home Depot. He used a standard already cut size of mdf board and he drilled holes for the dowels. I covered the board with marble pattern wrapping paper and made the "donuts" vinyl using my cricut. I've already used the board several times and just love it. 







No party theme is complete without the sugar cookies to match. Aren't these donut cookies the cutest? A little sugar overload never hurt anyone.



We had a few activities planned for the girls, I did a reading of Uni the Unicorn, we colored unicorn masks, played pin the horn on the unicorn and bean bag toss. 



To make this pin the horn on the unicorn I hand drew a unicorn head and added brightly colored hair strands. I cut out horns from brightly colored paper and the girls could pin them on. Most of the girls at the party were 6 and a couple 7, so for this age group, the game was still a lot of fun. 



I found free color print out sheets for unicorn masks online, I pre-cut them so the girls could just color. We strung string through the holes and then the girls could wear them the rest of the party.


My daughter added her own personal touches by adding unicorn drawings to the craft table. 



This bean bag toss can be used for any party theme. I purchase from Oriental Trading, it originally came in a 4th of July theme. I covered with wrapping paper and then cut the holes out. 


Food was kept simple, all easy for them to grab and snack on.














When the girls arrived they got to find out there magic unicorn name, they all thought this was super fun. I found a free image online and printed it out. My name was Fancy Laughter Bell, what about yours? 



Photo booth was set up for all the kiddos to be silly and have a good time snapping pics and playing with the props. They loved this and each kiddo took home a prop too!



Each kiddo was sent home with a little thank you. Twirly pops, sugar cookie for the road and stickers. I really try not to give parents more "stuff" that they have to toss out when they get home. I find that usually edible gifts get eaten and kids can always use stickers. 






Invitation: Jen T by Design
Cake & Cookies: Jenny Cookie Bake Shop
Unicorn Goodie Bag: With Love and Confetti
Unicorn Tea Towel: Linen and Ivory



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