For the activities we had a "get your kitty on" station with tattoos, bracelets, hair clips, and pink body glitter!
We had a make your own hello kitty candy bracelet and over sized ice cream coloring sheets with hello kitty crayons. The girls played pin the bow on hello kitty.
I think I had the most fun with the decorations and setting the table! I made some carnation sundaes with real cherries on top and some bow straw toppers. The napkins were large bows wrapped around white square plates.
The ice cream sundae bar was a big hit! And, my daughter had fun drawing the ice cream on the chalkboard.
We also served watermelon bows, popcorn, Hello Kitty sugar cookies and pink lemonade.
And for the favors, among other treats, we also gave each girl a Hello Kitty toothbrush! I figured it was the least I could do after sending them home with so much sugar!
This was a very fun party to plan and I think my daughter has been dreaming about it for at least a year. Who knows what she will dream up next, but I can't wait to find out!