Barbie Dolls have been around for a lot of time now, It is said that a girl will never ever forget her first Barbie doll, No matter how old she get. When you are planning your daughter’s birthday party, remember that girls and Barbie go hand in hand. A Barbie theme party is similar to a princess theme party.
Decorations for the party included two pink curtains hung in the doorway separating the family room from the dining room, black stars hanging from the ceiling, a custom made banner (Happy Birthday, Ryan, along with Barbie silhouettes), and pink/black/white star balloons. The tables were covered in black tablecloths and set with pink plates outlined with zebra print (Hobby Lobby), matching napkins, pink cups and silverware.
Make a Barbie cake using a 2-quart glass mixing bowl or dome-shaped cake pan. Bake the cake 50 to 60 minutes and cool three hours before decorating. You can also bake a cake in a bundt pan or dome-shaped cake pan and add it on top of a round 8-inch cake. Insert a doll into the center of the cake (or add a Barbie head at the top), then decorate the skirt with icing and decorator gel.
If that’s a little too challenging, just decorate a regular cake with pink frosting, and place Barbie and some of her accessories on the top! You can also top your cake with sprinkles and candles.
In addition to basic Barbie party supplies, like plates, cups, napkins and decorations, you may want to consider purchasing, borrowing or renting the following items for your child’s Barbie party such as Pink feather boas, a moon bounce, a Barbie Dream House and other Barbie accessories and Barbie costumes.