We’ve had pink coats, pink hats, pink dresses, pink Uggs, pink socks, pink shoes, pink bows, pink tutu’s, pink chairs, pink princess costumes, pink wands, pink dishes, pink sippy cups, pink leotards, pink tights, pink ballet slippers, pink pajamas, pink nail polish, pink blankets, pink tea sets…well you get the pink picture! Last month we had a PINKALICIOUS birthday party where both girls wore pink chiffon dresses and Pinkerella and her ladies in waiting entertained about 25 kids ALL wearing pink. Most adults had pink on too! There was pink cotton candy, pink M & M’s, pink lollipops, pink gummy bears, pink lemonade, pink Prosecco, pink plates, pink napkins, pink balloons everywhere, and more pink than you could imagine.
NOW Halloween has turned into pink – no longer a garish orange and black celebration. Finley Ray and Francesca dressed for this candy-grabbing, mischief-making holiday in what eles? PINK!
Finley was a delicious Cotton Candy Fairy. My daughter’s friend, Michael, a very talented Broadway dresser, created this confection and it was truly pinkalicious. Francesca donned a furry pink Piggy outfit and she was as cute as a pretty little girl could be dressed as a Piglet.