Have a kid who loves pink and Pokemon? Throw them a Pink Pokemon Party with these freebie printables.
My daughter wanted to have a party to celebrate the end of the school year. She wanted something pink but she also wanted Pokemon. I said we could do both. I created printable decorations for a Pink Pokemon Party. The party featured a variety of pink foods. Have a pink party for the Pokemon fan in your life.
How to throw a Pink Pokemon Party
No party is complete without great food. I gathered a variety of pink food including ham and cheese, snack cakes, candies, wafers, iced animal crackers, and watermelon.
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The favorite item at the party was the Pink Poke Ball Snack Cakes. I created these by taking round white snack cakes and dipping them in hot pink candy melt, and applying a giant candy eye in the middle. Let the candy melt harden by placing on wax paper. The Poke Ball Snacks disappeared first.
Drink included bottled water and pink lemonade. The water bottles were wrapped with a Pink Pokemon design that you can download at the bottom of the post.
The pink table cover that I used was some pretty pink fabric that I had on hand. The back of the table had a pink feather boa. The backdrop was white lace over light pink. Party decorations that can be downloaded below include a banner with Pink Pokemon on it. Included on the banner are JigglyPuff, Lickitung, Slowpoke, Clefairy, Chancey, and Skitty. There are also Poke Balls with these same Pokemon that can be cut out and displayed however you want. I placed Jigglypuff on the lemonade container and others on the table. There is also a big Pink Poke Ball that I used on my backdrop. I created some small Pink Poke Ball circles, but I didn’t use them at our party. They are great to put on toothpicks or straws. You can grab the Pink Pokemon Party Invitations here.
I created Pink Pokemon Party Paper Plates to serve the food on. I created these with pink and white paper plates and black tape. Cut a pink plate in half, lay it on top of a white plate, and then place a strip of black tape across the middle. I really love how these turned out.
The party was a huge success. The kids had so much fun. Who will you throw a pink party for?