Monday, July 13, 2020

American Girl Birthday

Last August (2019), our sweet Karabella couldn't decide if she wanted an American Girl birthday party, cooking / baking birthday party, or an Art birthday party. We had told her that this birthday was probably going to be her last fully themed and planned party so she was allowed to make it BIG, and she was having a hard time deciding exactly how she wanted to go out with a Bang!

So, I helped her come up with an idea that sort of incorporated all three of her favorite ideas into one. We had an American Girl Baking Party that decorated cupcakes and cookies (that was the art part!). If you have followed this blog site or any of my Lucky7s Studio post then you know that this Lucky Momma typically plans her kids' parties from start to finish, and this time was no different....with the exception that my sweet first-born helped me out so much along the way. Take a look below and some of the snapshots of our fun-filled day as we celebrated our sweet nine year old.

(EDIT: Please excuse some of the quality of these photos. They were taken on my old phone and a week after this party I got a new phone mainly in part to have better photo quality!)

Cookies by Cookie Love

Catering by Chick-fil-A

AG Photo Booth made by her Daddy!

American Girl Party Breakdown


  • American Girl Cookies by Cookie Love
  • Chicken Nuggets, Salad, Fruit Tray, Fries, Sweet Tea, Lemonade by Chick-fil-A catering
  • Birthday Cupcakes: Ordered from Walmart Bakery. Because of time constraints on each child baking cupcakes and then decorating them, I had 48 plain vanilla cupcakes made from Walmart Bakery and they included the icing separate in icing bags! All other decorating supplies like sprinkles, candy, colored icing, etc. from local grocery store. 

Gift Bags:

Each guest had their own special bag to help them become their own American Girl Chef!
Red Bags (Dollar Tree) with Lucky7s Studio AG printed labels and gift tags. All bags had these items included: 
  • Chef Hats & Apron link here
  • Artist Tray for decorations link here
  • Cupcake Gift Box to take home their creations, link here

Party Decorations

  • Invitations & Personalized Banners by The Lucky7s Stationery Studio. These invitations (9x4) were made front and back to mimic an American girl box with matching red envelopes! 
  • Table clothes, Dinnerware, and Napkins from Dollar Tree
  • Hanging Pin wheel Party Decor from Walmart
  • American Girl Photo Box made by our very own Lucky7s Daddy, Hunter!
  • Karabella's American Birthday Girl Shirt and matching AG doll shirt made by My Cup of Tee Boutique


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Until Next Time!

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