She’s the girl with the bow in her hair! Everyone loves the Wiggles. And it seems most kids seem to have a particular preference for Emma Wiggle. Who can blame them! She’s fun, she’s great at ballet, and her bow is everything. An Emma Wiggle party makes the perfect theme for any little one, and kids can have so much fun dressing up! Mum Rebecca shares how she pulled together this gorgeous party for her daughter.
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Emma Wiggle Party Set Up
- Start planning early. Have a clear plan, decide what you are going to do yourself and what you’re going to outsource. Starting early gives time to shop around. I’m a terrible drawer, but I find I have so many ideas going on in my head I have to draw it out to visualise it.
- I watched a few YouTube videos. Did a small practice balloon garland. I also did a practice tassel bac’kdrop. I made the backdrop a couple weeks earlier so that was one less thing to do. We also DIY the frame that everything sits on using PVC. Which we have dismantled to use for future events.
- I used Little Wren Prints for invite, drink labels, favour labels and chocolate wrappers. It really tied all little elements together.
- Table setting I sourced from different variety stores. I feel setting a lovely table really sets the theme and is an inexpensive way to continue a theme. You have to buy them anyway. Often buying the license can be more expensive. I like to stick to plain colours.
Emma Wiggle Party Food
How good does all this amazing food look!
- Donuts were made at the local bakery. Rebecca supplied them with the sprinkles and an inspo photo.
- Yellow jelly cups and simple honey joys in pink and yellow patty pans.
- Rebecca’s tip is to get family in on the act. Her mum hobbies with cookies and really did a fab job of these. The cookie cutter comes from Custom Cookie Cutters.
- Rebecca’s sister is owner of Lets Get Grazey, so they always have a grazing platter at their parties. This one looks amazing!
You can DIY your own grazing platter too. Find wooden platters here and add your favorite cheese, crackers, fruit, and charcuterie.
Emma Wiggle Cake
Rebecca ordered a really simple drip cake from Heavenly Hub and added the extras on herself. Using a black cake board for the cake, again sticks with the theme and was inexpensive. Again, saving a few dollars.
For the party favours, Rebecca made yellow play dough and ordered bulk cutters from a wholesale website and a little bag of lollies.
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