First, you’ll need a catchy invite to send out. My favorites live on Paperless Post. I found the cutest template below and made it my own.
Second, you’ll need a cake. A boob cake, at that. If anyone happens to be in Little Rock, Arkansas, Community Bakery is the one stop sweet shop for all of your sugary needs. I made the mistake of going into Blue Cake prior to Community Bakery and asking about creating this masterpiece below. They said that they were a “family-run business,” that children could be around, and that they didn’t create nudity cakes…all the while looking at me as if I asked them to create porn. Come on, y’all. Let’s be a little more progressive next time someone comes in asking about a double mastectomy cake. Shout out to Community for being part of a bigger cause than themselves.
For more sugary sweets, you can always bake your own boobie cupcakes! One of my best friends made these for the party and they were PERFECT. You can even go the extra mile and place them in the shape of a pink ribbon, the international symbol of breast cancer awareness. More food ideas from my Pinterest page include white chocolate (with light pink food coloring) covered strawberries, white chocolate covered pretzels, heart shaped cookies turned upside down (to form boobs), pink marshmallow rice krispies, and mammo-graham sandwiches (cutest idea EVER).
The drink station comes next with “Pick You Cup Size” cups with hand-drawn bra sizes that people can choose from. My speciality cocktails were Seabreezes. NOM. Find the recipe below.
-16 oz of vodka
-30 oz of Cranberry juice
-12 oz grapefruit juice
Recipe serves 8-10 people. Double the recipe for more!
Party decor should follow with pink everything: Pink solo cups, pink straws, pink plates, pink napkins, etc. These can all be found at your local Party City store.
If you’re into games, a breasty piñata is always a good idea or even Pin the Boobs on the Babe. If you’re wondering where to purchase this, full disclosure: my friend went to an “adult” store, so there’s that.
If you’re feeling in a very DIY mood, you can create your own Bra Pong: get a large board, pin bras to it, stand back, and try to throw a ping pong ball into a cup! Check out my Pinterest board for more ideas like this!
Lastly, a creative donation table for breast cancer research is also an option. I’ve seen some cute ideas on Pinterest such as a pink boot with white writing “Give Breast Cancer the Boot!”