The holidays might be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Winter is here and there’s no better way to keep the kids creativity going, especially during a snow day, holiday weekend, or a kids birthday party, than hosting a gingerbread house decorating party!
Pottery Barn Kids was so inspired by the gingerbread house decorating party dreamed up by Sarah Sofia Productions, that they had to share it, as well as some tips on hosting a similar event for the kiddos.
Kids and adults will enjoy this party, especially with these tips for a gingerbread house decorating party filled with sweet treats and big smiles!
Get all your party planning tips on Pottery Barn Kids here!
Hosting a party and want to make an easy DIY sign as seen in this party? Get the tutorial here.
Planning, coordination, design and DIY Joy garland – Sarah Sofia Productions
Venue, gingerbread houses, sweet treats, and cake favor – Edible Art Cake Shop
Photography – Katlyn Marie Photography
Invitation, gift tags, personalized napkins, Christmas cards, personalized herringbone throw, pillows, and glass ornament – Tiny Prints
Table top décor, Christmas décor, and aprons – Pottery Barn Kids
Custom red tartan plaid signs and straw flags – Little Web Writing Hood
Blue polka dot gable boxes and glitter crowns – Shop Sweet LuLu
Gold and red Christmas paper straws – Creative Juice Cafe
Gold bar cart – Cotswold Marketplace
Red tartan plaid table runner, table cloth, mugs, tea pot, gift boxes, Tis The Season serving tray, snowmen, nutcrackers, plaid reindeer, old fashion wooden skies, Merry Christmas wooden sled, pink and blue Christmas trees, wreath, and arrow seasonal wooden stand – Target
Baby its cold outside wooden sign – HomeGoods