Safari Birthday Party Part 8: Food

There is no getting around it. I LOVE FOOD. However, I did learn from the Butterfly Tea Party that I can’t do everything.  I decided to focus on things that were easy to make and didn’t require a lot of prep work.

The dessert table for the Girlie Safari Birthday Party. The cake was purchased at Costco and I made some “brownie bites” the night before.  All I did was made a brownie mix and put it in a mini muffin tin to bake. Then I topped the brownies with a few mini marshmallows and put them under the broiler for a few seconds. Drizzle some chocolate, yada yada, yada.

Candy jars for the take-out boxes.  I tried to think of creative names for them but I ran out of brain power after “safari snacks”. I made all the food tags with my Silhouette.

Onto the Safari Party food.  We had a little lunch for everyone after the Safari.  The kids first came over around 10:00 am and we had the safari activities and games then all the adults arrived around 12:00 pm for “Grub”. We served a pulled pork sandwich, home-style Mac & Cheese, fruit, veggies, brownie bites and cake.  Overall it went really well and was delicious.


  1. ooh! I want to come to YOUR parties! Thanks for stopping by Happy Momma!

  2. ahh this party looks awesome! Seeing all these parties on blogs makes me want to have one!!

  3. I am hungry just looking at all of that food! It looks so great!!! So talented!!! It was so much fun seeing you the other day!! Love your house!!!

  4. what fun party decorations…love the colors too…thanks for linking it up!



  5. I want some Safari Snacks! Looks like a fun themed birthday. I’ll have to go back and read your other posts about the Safari party!

  6. What an awesome party! I’d love to feature it on my new blog if you are interested –

    Email me if you are interested – kelsalexandra(at)hotmail(dot)com

    -Kelsey 🙂

  7. Saw your blog on The Girl Creative…I LOVE themed b-day parties! Great job!

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