Down to this teensy little size. Amazing!
My last game was Pass The Parcel. The children had to roll a six, (the birthday girl's age) and when they did, they got to have a turn unwrapping the gift. They were to unwrap as many layers of paper as they could until someone else rolled a six, and then they had to pass the gift to them, (and so on and so on) until the prize was finally revealed. I had used several different sizes of boxes, all wrapped multiple times, so that as they unwrapped, the prize got smaller and smaller, until at the center there was a tiny box that held a caramel for each of them.
The cake was served on a pink plate with a pink napkin, and was accompanied by a mini-scoop of strawberry-vanilla swirl ice cream.
Each small treat bag contained a mini jewelry box, (I painted and customized it for each guest) a teeny-bouncer ball, a mini gel pen, a sheet of micro stickers, a tube of mini m&ms, and a Littlest Pet Shop toy.
One last hug for each guest, and it was time to say good-bye.
The final picture of the party; the aftermath! I love this picture. The fork is about as long as my index finger. It was my own baby fork when I was tiny, and I thought it would be the perfect thing for my daughter to enjoy her birthday cake with. The final touch!
Be sure to look at all the decorations and details for this party here, and to check out the tiny party food here.
*Thanks again to Nichole Skelton Photography for the completely beautiful pictures! It was so nice to just focus on the party, the guests, and my daughter and not worry about capturing the moments on camera!