Nail Polish Themed Birthday Party



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Happy Birthday…..
To me! No, I’m only joking. It’s not my birthday yet. Or even close for that matter. But I think girls ages, eh, let’s say five and up, would enjoy a nail polish themed birthday party. I would! And I can think of a few other ladies who would too. Though we may skip the piñata part…
Some keys to having a great nail polish party:
  • Line your table with disposable plastic tablecloths, or
    something from Goodwill you don’t mind accidently getting dirty or stained.
  • Stop by the dollar store! You can get TONS of nail supply
    cheap. Not to mention some of the basics, like removers, buffs, cotton balls,
    and glass jars.
  • Set up little stations in various spots where the girls are
    going to be sitting and working with the basics (think cotton balls, files,
  • Get your hands on some nail art glitter and rhinestones! I
    sell some as well in
    my Etsy Shop.
  • Make sure to have lots of ventilation and fans blowing to
    keep everyone safe.


Nail Polish Themed Birthday Party

Images used:
Purple Polish Birthday Cake – by Confetti
Chocolate Nail Polish Favors – by Simple
Nail Polish Bottle Birthday Cake – by Our
Forever House
Mani – Pedi Station – by Itsy
Mani – Pedi Station Tables – by Monique G from Catch my Party
Nail Polish Invitations – by Take
It Personally by Merrill on Etsy
This event is designed by The Sparkle Queen Events. Image sources
are hyperlinked in the text for easier accessibility.
As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I want to inspire you to make your
event extra special. While many of the items I include in my event designs are
tutorials, recipes, or handmade… use your imagination! Sometimes you can’t make
everything yourself, or you can make things that you could buy, but the key is
to find the right balance for you and your event, and strive to make it

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