We started the party with a colouring activity for the girls as they arrived and waited for the rest of the guests to get there. This activity also made their party bags to fill and take home later. You can find more information on that, and where to find the printables here.
I found this cute idea to have Frisbees as part of their little gift to take home. I found some mini Frisbees at a local party store, used Cricut Vinyl with a circle punch for the "button holes", and ordered the bakers twine from Custom Cotton Etc. on etsy.
Our creative piñata was definitely a hit! We put the rest of the contents (not including the frisbees) of their party bags in it and after they collected them, they filled their treat bags. You can find out more about making the piñata here and making the button jewellery and hair clips here.
My mother in law came and painted faces for me- they turned out awesome! You can see some other designs that she did here.
And then there was the cake. I saw this cake here, and knew it would be an easy one to make that would look great! My mom happens to have the Lalaloopsy Ferris Wheel toy at her house, so I was all set. :)
Posts with more details about the parts of Talia's Lalaloopsy Party:
How To Make Button Jewellery & Hair Clips
A Different Way to Make a Pinata
An Indoor Pinata!
Lalaloopsy Face Paint
DIY Lalaloopsy Party Bags & Colouring Activity