This is the first time I’ve hosted a Shopkins-themed party. If you’re a parent and you have little girls, you’re probably familiar with these cute collectible grocery toys that talk and have different personalities.
In terms of decorating and activities, I think this isn’t too difficult to DIY. The colors are reminiscent of 90s’ Lisa Frank–bright pink, aquamarine, yellow and sparkles. Just remember to capitalize on the Shopkins characters (like the grocery cart table centerpiece below) or the over-all look can be slightly confused with Strawberry Shortcake or even Barbie.
The cake and some desserts
We prepared about 10 games for both the kids and adult guests. There’s the usual Bring Me Game (which surprisingly still gets even the parents excited), we let the kids color some Shopkins sheets and gave prizes for the best-colored ones. After lunch, we played “Find the Shopkins” wherein I described the Shopkin and the kids went around the room looking for the Shopkins stickers.
I will update this post as soon as I get more photos from the party. Hope this helped you out in case you’re planning a Shopkins party for your little one.
God bless you!