Who doesn't love Hello Kitty. I know my daughter does. Well, that actually may be in large part my fault. But, come on, it's Hello Kitty. Who are we kidding?
Homemade birthday banner of Hello Kitty
Hanging tissue paper poms and lanterns
tulle tied at corners to table cloth
chairs wrapped in tulle with zebra ribbon
Hello Kitty cupcake toppers and zebra liners
Icebreaker coloring pages for the girls on arrival of Hello Kitty. Check out Google images for great Hello Kitty coloring pages. You can copy and paste the image in a MS Word document and "Welcome to the Birthday Party" at the bottom.
Pink and zebra ribbon topiaries on the table with crayons for coloring the Hello Kitty pages and pink M&Ms to snack on while waiting for the other kids to show up. Check out my topiary how to here.
We also made personalized Hello Kitty necklaces as our craft at the party. Not going to do a 'how to on this one. Hobby Lobby has all the supplies you need though. We were lucky this actually was accomplished. It would have been better suited to a group of 8 to 10 year olds. Mine was just turning 6. And thank God, my friend Brook was there, who actually makes jewelry. This could have been a disaster.