My Little Pony Birthday Party

My little girl is very much into My Little Pony this year so here a few ideas I did for her My Little Pony birthday party. I think she has watched every episode and knows all the pony’s cutie marks. Those are the tattoos on the pony’s butt for those who don’t know 🙂 The ponies earn them based on their traits.

She had a choice of having a large party at one of those jump places or she could have her cousin and a friend and have a sleep over. She loves home parties so she choose the sleep over. We had so much fun searching Pintrest for ideas and picking out all the supplies.

Before the sleepover we had the aunts, uncles, and grandparents over for cake and pizza bar. The pizza bar was so easy, I prepped everything ahead of time and put then in Pyrex containers. When it was time I just put everything out on the counter and clean up was a breeze too since they were already in containers.


my little pony party pin

Here is what we came up with…


We cut 2 plastic table clothes into two strips and taped them to the ceiling. Then put in a few balloons and a My Little Pony hang tag in the center.


My mom made the cake and cupcakes. My daughter made a diagram of all the cutie mark cupcakes she wanted and mom did a great  job following all the directions!




It’s a little hard to read in the photo but the sign above the rice crispy treats says Hay Bales.. they were complete with edible purple sparkles 🙂


Pinkie Pie Punch:

I saw these cute glass milk jars with paper straws and I couldn’t pass them up! I made little paper wrappers to put around them (PDF below).

The glass milk jars and straws came from here



Rarity’s Style Boutique:

This was such a cute and simple idea. I made some hair pins out of ribbons and bobby pins, we did our nails and then had some little sticker gems to put on their face or nails.



Games we played:

  • Guess how much a pony eats:
    Fill a jar with jelly beans and have guest guess how many are in the jar.
  • Pony on my back:
    Get a set of my little pony stickers and put one each child’s back (don’t let them see). Have the other guests give them clues as to which as the traits of that pony and see if they can guess.
  • Find Rarity’s jewels:
    I hid 18 my little pony rings in the house and the girls had to find them.


Licensed party ware came from Party City

My Pintrest idea board

I have a feeling we might be doing this again next year so please share your pony ideas below.



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  1. Stacie on May 9, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    Thank you for the ideas this helps a lot for my daughters party.

    • jen on May 10, 2014 at 7:50 am

      You’re Welcome 🙂 Let me know how it turns out!

  2. Alexis on July 6, 2014 at 10:32 am

    What is the best type of paper to print the milk jar labels on?

    • jen on July 6, 2014 at 11:36 am

      I just printed them on regular copy paper and then used scotch tape to attach them to the bottles.

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