Gabby’s Dollhouse Party Ideas
Sprinkle Party and Gabby’s Dollhouse Party Ideas
When my daughter asked me for a Gabby’s Dollhouse party for her 5th birthday I had no idea what she was talking about. Turns out, it is a new and
adorable Netflix original series. Google was able to jog my memory as I recall Nala singing about a Sprinkle Party one or 1500 times. Google did not come through, however, when I tried to find Gabby’s Dollhouse party ideas or party supplies online, so I had to make my own. I posted a TikTok video during making these and quickly it became my most popular TikTok thus far.
Here are a few ideas and tips and tricks that you can apply to any themed party if you find yourself in a similar situation.
Watch the Gabby’s Dollhouse Party Ideas Video
First, here’s a quick video of the party.
Tip #1: Pick a Color Theme
For Gabby’s Dollhouse, I decided on a pastel spring color palette. It makes it easy to style a party with a few colors in mind. It led me to buying the felt flower garland, cat ear headbands, and sprinkle noise makers. I bought the garland and cat ear headbands at Target and the noise makers at Five Below. Sticking to a color palette will give your party a natural cohesiveness.
Tip #2: Use Scrapbook Paper
I gathered all the matching colored and patterned scrapbook I had and didn’t even have to buy anything new. I used it to:
- Cover the Kit Kat bar party favors.
- Cover the water bottle labels.
- Hide the ugly existing labels on some bubbles.
Tip #3: Use Google Images and Search “Gabby’s Dollhouse”
Here is how I made the character circles for the favors, cupcake toppers, and cake toppers.
- Google the image you want and add “transparent” to the end of your phrase. For example, “Gabby’s Dollhouse Cakey Transparent”. Save the images onto your computer.
- Use a free editing software like, com or equivalent (there are a ton of them!) and add your image to a circle n the color of your choice. Save those images.
- Print and resize them as needed. I made mine the size of my craft circle punches so that they ere easy to cut out.
- Glue the circles on the cake toppers, toothpicks for cupcake toppers, or on scrapbook paper to cover the candy bars.
You can also use and print photos from Google for signs or water labels, like I did.
I also made treats for my daughter to take into school. I also used iPiccy.com to make the favor tags with Nala’s name on it.
Here are a couple more pictures.
Great ideas, thank you!
Thank you and how did you do the cake topper?
Hi Ashlee! I actually found it at Five Below!
Live your tips and how everything came together so well! Beautiful!
Thank you so much!