Saddle up!  This Pony Party was sent to me by mom Trisha, and I love how she put a unique spin on this theme with fun, preppy colors!  Pink and green are bright and cheery and give the dessert table lots of spunk!  Enjoy these fun ideas!

Trisha made the cake pops and the pink and green strawberries (covered in chocolate melts)…

The fluffy green cupcakes were made to match and displayed on a tiered stand with coordinating ribbon.  I love how Trish ties it all together with pink cupcake liners.  I also love the simplicity of the cake and how beautiful and girlie it is with flowers and ribbon~

Trisha also made the centerpieces for the table- she is quite talented!

The Birthday Girl and her guests enjoyed pony rides and a petting zoo!  What a fun day!

The guests went home with party favors suited for preppy little cowgirls and lots of fun memories!! Thank you for sharing your party, Trisha!  You put together a fantastic day for your daughter!  This little pony will be a fun reminder of her birthday for years to come!

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