DIY Candy Theme Birthday Party | Free Lollipop Invitation Download

When my daughter told me she wanted a candy party, I couldn’t have been more excited!  I mean who DOESN’T like candy?!?!  She was having a small slumber party and we wanted to make if fun.  First we wanted to create invites that were fun and a little different.  We used supplies we had at home!  I asked her to choose a candy that she wanted on her invite and she chose a lollipop.  First I created a file that had the had a photo of a lollipop on one side with the invitation wording and a second that was the mirror image of the lollipop for the back.  You can download the images HERE and HERE.  I printed them and used glue dots to attach a popsicle sandwiched between the two lollipop sides.  Then I took a cellophane bag and put the “lollipop” inside and tied off with a ribbon.  Easy Peasy!

Mariel Reyes Photography


For the decorations, I used balloons that I covered in cellophane tied off with curling ribbon to look like hard candies.  I used them on the wall and also hung some from the light fixture.  I also used some PVC to create a lollipop.

Candy Balloons- Mariel Reyes Photography Round Rock Texas

I used glass bottles and with paper straws. They are just Starbucks frappuccinos bottles that I had saved and removed the label.  I get to drink Starbucks and have fun glass bottles- WIN WIN!  My friend Rachel used her Silhouette to create Riley’s name and large confetti.  Check out her store HERE.  Then we got some candy, cupcakes and viola!  Party decor done.  The girls loved it.

Then for an activity we did a photobooth in my studio.  I went online and downloaded some printable photobooth items. Here are some I used HERE.   This was by far the favorite thing for the girls.  They LOVED it!





  1. Abigail said . . .

    How did you get the words on the circles

    Posted October 18, 2013 at 10:57 pm | Permalink
  2. dana b said . . .

    Hi. For the lollipop invitation, where did you buy the actual lollipop?

    Posted November 3, 2013 at 11:18 pm | Permalink
  3. cynthia estrella said . . .

    hi lovely party decor i was wondering how u did your invites how did you get the wording on the download? thanks

    Posted April 10, 2014 at 11:26 pm | Permalink

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