I had originally planned to do a Rainbows and Unicorns Party for Mia, but after we saw the movie Trolls, I knew I had to change plans as our whole family loved the movie and the music sooo much.
Lucky for me I was able to incorporate rainbows into this party theme as well. I toned down the colours a bit by going with pastel versions of the vibrant colours found in the movie.
I included as many elements of the movie in the party as I could. One of my daughter’s favourite scenes is the scrapbooking one, but I couldn’t find anyone who was willing to create the scene as a cake topper in 3D. Hence I went ahead and made it myself using gum paste which was a first for me. Allison Sklar of Savoury Sweets Bakery baked the yummy birthday cake.
We love the bunker scene, so I turned a little cabinet into Branch’s bunker with lots of little glass bottles filled with candy and chocolates.
A bird cage served to hold the birthday cards. The scene I recreated here was the one where the Trolls were held captive by the Bergen after Creek had sold them out to save his own skin.
As a craft, Mia and her friends painted Lady Glittersparkles on canvas.
Eva de Blois of Jessika’s Treats made these amazing Trolls cookies that didn’t only look amazing, but also tasted delicious.
Gotta have Trolls….
And a few more pics of some other details…
The kids also really enjoyed the scavenger hunt they did around the house. The goal was to get to the Trolls before the Bergens would.
The game ended in the basement where the girls had a little dance party, singing and dancing to Trolls songs.
Jade McLean of Your Life, My Lens Photography took the great photos.
I am hoping my blog posts will provide you with a bit of inspiration if you are planning a party. Should you live in Montreal or the West Island, feel free to contact me to help you style your next enchanted party of your dreams.
Please visit my Trolls Birthday Party Pinterest board to see (and pin) all 31 party pics.