A chocolate fountain is a great treat for the children....keeping in mind the theme, put out some pink napkins, add some theme'd food on toothpicks...waffer, and also some fruit. Make sure the chocolate fountain is always supervised
Fairy bread goes well with the party theme. Cut them into heart shapes, and add some fairy pink sprinkles to liven them up
Little pink finger lamingtons are easy to make....cut up sponges into finger sizes, dip into raspberry jelly (with a little water) then roll in coconut. Add some little flags to decorate and there you have it.
Balloons give any birthday a festive feel, group them up and cover the roof using string, paper clips to hook the balloons on to the string, and heaps of balloons
Using multiple coloured pink, and other crepe paper you have spare, create a backdrop for your main table that is eye-catching, and effective.
Having a range of lollies suitable for under 3's...might pay to have lids so the kiddies can't go in and empty the whole lot before the end of the day. These were just cheap 1,2 and 3dollar jars from the shop
Lanterns make a good decoration if you have them. They also go with the colour theme (pink), and are quite effective
Paper cups and plates match the colour theme too. Hunt around and see what you can find. Matching colour napkins also can be snapped up at a good bargain
The table set up is all about the kids. Pink table cloths, pink paper cups and plates, multi pink backdrop, and a pink roof inspires the theme
Cupcakes - it's always good to have a different range of cupcakes to suit everyone's taste buds. Apple 'n' cinnamon, Banana, Chocolate and vanilla.