This My Little Pony Party was so much fun to plan, mostly because my daughter was so dang excited for every detail of it. She and I would sit together and browse all the fun ideas on Pinterest and the party practically planned itself! With 12 little friends coming to the party, I knew that it needed to be simple enough that I could manage it all myself. In the end, the My Little Pony Party Games we did were a huge hit!
MY LITTLE PONY PARTY GAMES
As guests arrived I had a coloring page for them to work on while we waited for everyone to arrive. This is my go-to party starter because the excitement level is so high that this gives them something to do those first 10 minutes instead of running wild through my house. 🙂 I printed the coloring pages here.
While they were coloring each girl was invited to come and select a My Little Pony temporary tattoo and we put it on her cute little hand. I purchased this package of stickers/tattoos on Amazon and it was the perfect little pack. Then with the left overs I put a few in each girls favor bag to take home along with a bunch of stickers from the same package.
PIN THE CUTIE MARK ON PINKIE PIE
I purchased this Pin the Cutie Mark on Pinkie Pie game for just a few dollars at Zurchers, but here it is on Amazon. It came with 8 cutie mark stickers and a mask so I just printed out a few more cutie marks and added tape to the back of them to have enough for everyone.
MY LITTLE PONY BINGO
I printed these free My Little Pony Bingo cards from Artsy Fartsy Mama. If you’ve been around my site much, you know that I use her free bingo cards for just about every holiday. They are so cute and bingo is always a hit! As a prize, each girl got a My Little Pony puzzle we found at Dollar Tree to take home.
After bingo we played Pony, Pony, Horse (just like Duck, Duck, Goose) but all of my photos were blurry – thanks to those fast runners!
MY LITTLE PONY FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS
I had a hard time finding My Little Pony charms so I turned to Etsy and found a shop selling really cute charms for just a few dollars! The girls got to string a bracelet with colorful pony beads and a My Little Pony charm to complete their Friendship is Magic bracelets. Also in the bag were two cute My Little Pony Hair Clips and a My Little Pony ring to complete their new look.
After opening gifts we sang happy birthday and ate the delicious treats I outlined in this post. I had planned on playing Pony, Pony, Who has the Pony (like button, button, who has the button), but we ran out of time! It was a simple party to put together because I just turned traditional birthday party games into My Little Pony Party Games!
For all of the details on the decorations and food, check out this post!