The invitations were different from any others we have seen. I made meatballs from brown cardstock and added spaghetti colored (off white) yarn. I had a witty saying inside, but it has been a few years and I don't remember what I said. Most of the pictures from the party were accidentally deleted by one of my children, so I am only able to share a few. :(
They were just made out of felt and fiberfill.
When the girls first arrived they were each given a craft foam visor. I had laid out a bunch of craft supplies like markers, paper, glue etc.. so they could decorate them with their favorite foods. I also had them sit in our recliner with a felt fried egg on top of them. The fried egg was made from leftover white and yellow felt. (Sorry no picture, these pictures were some of those deleted.)
We played pin the cherry on the sundae. I made the large white bowl and cherries from poster board, and the ice cream from cardstock.
Another game we played was spaghetti tornado (based on the book) We took several long strands of yarn and wrapped them around our entire play area. Each girl had their own spaghetti strand that had to freed from the spaghetti mess. The first girl who freed their spaghetti without breaking it was the winner.
My daughter chose spaghetti and meatball cupcakes from the Hello Cupcake book as her birthday cake. They really did look like spaghetti and meatballs.
When the party was over, they took home a felt M & M, their visor, and a goody bag full of goodies from the dollar store