bunny birthday party

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Every year, Izzy becomes obsessed with a fury creature.  This past year it was all about bunny rabbits.  We used to have a wild rabbit she named Flash, that lived under our patio at our Kansas house.  Her favorite thing to do was to watch him hop around our backyard.  About 20 times a day she would ask daddy if he would "scoop the bun" and bring him inside for her to keep.  It was no surprise when she said she wanted to have a bunny rabbit birthday party.
This could have easily gone down the path of your typical Easter pastels, so I steered clear of anything too sweet by pulling out the same black and white striped fabric I used for Samuel's fox party.  The paper fans were a combination of  DIY (light pink and orange) and store boughts (white and hot pink).

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Izzy's great-great-grandmother's bunny rabbits were the perfect centerpiece, along with Izzy's favorite flower - snapdragons.
The party was in the afternoon so we had light (bunny appropriate) snacks.  Baby carrots dipped in ranch dressing and cups of strawberries and blueberries.  With 15 little girls in attendance, we kept dessert simple and went with cupcakes instead of a large cake.  Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, of course.

The girls played Pin the Tail on the Bunny...
and had a bunny hop sack race.  Large white pom poms attached to the back of the sacks made the perfect tails!
We definitely lucked out when it came to finding party favors.  Target's $1.00 aisle already had their Easter goodies out and we scored clip on bunny tails and bunny ear hair clips.  Um, hello adorable!  The tags, "Thanks for hoping on by!" were made on Picmonkey.
And the part that Izzy couldn't stop talking about months before the party?  The part that I just barely pulled off by the skin of my teeth??  Real bunny rabbits to pet and love on!!!

Made for a darn tootin' good time ;)


Sources | bunny centerpiece - antique . black and white stripe fabric . strawswood slice (cupcake stand) . white tissue paper fanshot pink tissue paper fans . light pink and orange paper fans - made by me . Pin the Tail on the Bunny poster - made by me . clip on bunny tails - Target $1 aisle . bunny ear hair clips - Target $1 aisle |
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I'll be linking up to these fab parties!


  1. oh that looks so adorably fun! love the races! and i think it's so cute that one kid had fox and one had bunny. ;)

  2. What a CUTE party! My first word was rabbit so I've collected them my whole life so of course I love this party. Every touch is just fab and I love the pictures of all the littles with their 'bunny ears'. :)

  3. You are on an adorable party roll! Love those party favors and that sack race with tails is the cutest. Mom of the year award goes to......you!

  4. Oh my gosh, so, so sweet. And kudos to you for having THAT many little kids in your house at once!!! :)

  5. Love it!! Those clip on bunny tails are awesome - I'm gonna go stalk my target $1 section now.

  6. What an adorable party! I just want to snuggle with those little buns!

  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE the theme and decorations! So creative. If you have a chance, please link up to http://suburbsmama.blogspot.com/2014/03/sunday-linky-44.html

  8. So cute! Looks like a lot of fun! Love it!

    We would love for you to come and link up at Your Designs This Time, Mondays 8:00am EST.

  9. So pretty and love your dessert table and decorations. I'd love to feature it before Easter!

  10. What a great party Shelly! I just love the bunny theme, and what great color combinations! Perfect for a March birthday! :)

  11. Being the paper junkie that I am I love, love those paper fans! Orange and pink combo completely make my day. Just lovely. Visiting via sunday showcase linkup

  12. Where did you find the graphics for your pin the tail on the bunny game? I'd love to recreate it!

    1. Hi Michala! I googled "bunny silhouette" for the bunny outline and free handed it. The letters and banner were also free handed.


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