Pretty In Pink Theme Party

pretty in pink elegant dress party sweet sixteen themeNext to diamonds, pink is a girl’s best friend. No color is more fun, feminine or more fantastic to feature for a prety in pink theme party! There are so many pink party objects that go well with a pretty in pink theme party.

There are any number of decorations you can use with a pretty in pink theme. Cups, glow items, plates, napkins, streamers, lights, food, music, jewelry, drinks, cake icing, tablecloths, shoes, dance floor, paint, chalk, even cotton candy come in shades of pink. Pink is unmatched in it’s energy and ability to evoke emotion.

Throwing a pink party is a great for birthday parties, college parties, sweet sixteen parties, bachelorette parties or any other occasion. Almost everyone has something pink and it goes well with other party colors.

With pink’s close association with breaast cancer awarness and research you might want to consider the proceeds of a party or have guests donate to breast cancer resaerch.

Necessary Pretty In Pink Party Supplies


pretty in pink star invitation for birthday party

Picking the right invitations to your party will help your guests envision your party and get into the spirit of the pink party theme. Make sure to include: date, time, location, dress, what to bring, RSVP information. Make sure to invite guests 30 minutes before you expect them to arrive, this will help your party start “on-time” budgeting time for the fashionably late.

Pink Clothing/Dress

Having pink clothing is the first step in having a pink party. Bright pink works well for younger parties while a darker hue signifies an older more mature party. For guys, pink is a symbol of being fratty, refined, or coming from luxury.

Pink Music – Some pink music selections include:

  • Pink – Aerosmith
  • Pink – Carbon Leaf
  • Geek in the Pink – Jason Mraz
  • Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots – The Flaming Lips
  • Pink Triangle – Weezer
  • Pink Panther Theme – TV
  • Pink Moon – Nick Drake
  • Pink Bedroom – John Hiatt
  • Pink Houses – John Mellencamp
  • Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
  • Pink Champagne – Joe Liggins
  • Artists: Pink, Pink Martini, Pink Floyd

Pink Party Suppliespink theme party lighting setup with dj

  • Cups
  • Utensils
  • Table Covers
  • Napkins
  • Plates
  • Centerpieces
  • Banners
  • Streamers
  • Giveaways (candy, champagne bottles (or apple cider), CDs, picture frames)
  • Leis
  • Hats

Pink Party Food

pretty in pink fauxtini tropical drink party ideas recipePink food items might include, cotton candy, candy, hot dogs, cake, cupcakes, doughnuts, pink spaghetti. Guests will really enjoy the pink throughout the whole party and it will really add to the overall theme.

Pink Drinks

Fruit punch, martinis (faux-tinis), pink beer, pucker, cranberry juice all make great pink drinks for parties. Having something fun with pink umbrellas or some kind of pink fruit (grapefruit) will help add to the pink atmosphere.

Pink Tropical Fauxtini Recipe – The Pink Shimmer

  • 1 Container of Frozen Pink Lemonade Mix
  • 1 Bottle of Seltzer Water
  • Fruit for Garnish

Mix the frozen pink lemonade with the seltzer water just prior to serving. Pour into champagne style glasses. Garnish with a pink umbrella, strawberries and raspberries.

Pink Party Tips

  • Pink party items like hats, leis, boas can help your guests get into the party atmosphere more quickly. Give these items directly to your guests right as they arrive. This will help break the ice as they have something they can use for the evening.
  • Give guests a pink drink and a pink cup as soon as they arrive.
  • If your guests arrive in black, give them a pink accent color, or pin they can wear throughout the evening.

Pink themed parties can be a lot of fun the only limit is your imagination! The more creative and off the wall ideas you can come up with, the more memorable the party will be for your guests. Remember that good food, music, and good friends are the keys to successful parties!

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6 Responses to Pretty In Pink Theme Party

  1. Flowers February 10, 2013 at 10:16 am #

    Thanks for the great content. It helped out one of our clients recently!

  2. Oreos May 31, 2013 at 11:36 pm #

    What if guys come, would it be a good theme?

  3. ThatOneGurl May 18, 2014 at 10:51 am #

    Soooooo, would you just have like everything pink?

    • Brian King February 14, 2016 at 10:54 am #

      We would have everything pink and then we’d add a little more pink on top of that to get just the right amount of pink. If you could take all of the pink and put it in a boat and then have that at the party, that would be almost enough pink!

  4. Peach November 15, 2015 at 6:28 pm #

    Why is pink meant for girls? Why is it more feminine? Why are you saying pink is a “girl’s best friend”?

    • Brian King February 14, 2016 at 10:22 am #

      Generally pink is associated with girls and women and the content we provide is geared towards that demographic. As with everything in life “cum grano salinas”. Personally we love pink for boys, girls, and animals but generally across the world pink is associated with women.

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