Put together a Vampirina party with these ideas and our Vampirina Kid Drink! I’m also sharing a Vampirina Craft & Vampirina cupcakes for a kid birthday idea, put together by some of my “friends from work!”
During my recent press trip to L.A. for the Thor Ragnarok Premiere, myself, along with several other bloggers had the pleasure to screen two episodes of Disney Jr’s new show, Vampirina, as well as meeting and chatting with Chris Nee, creator and Executive Producer. You can read my exclusive interview and takeaways from the show here.
Vampirina” is a new show on Disney Jr, telling the story of a young girl vampire who’s the new kid on the block when her family moves from Transylvania to Pennsylvania.
“Vampirina” is such an adorable show, and I’m using that excuse to make a fun, girly drink. It’s not often; I get to dabble in pink or have girl toys in the Worthey house. Putting together this idea for a fun, pink and purple drink to go along with “Vampirina” was quite the experiment that turned out to be pretty to look at and delicious to drink.
If your kids are into this new Disney Jr. show, while they are eating some fun snacks and popcorn, whip them up a Vampirina drink!
Karen from Desert Chica made a fun craft to go help us all celebrate “Vampirina,” and something kids will enjoy making! DIY Vampirina Paper Lantern
If you’re planning a birthday party for your child this year, these ideas will help you get inspired on how to put together a Vampirina birthday party!
After going through a few rounds of juice, Zayd’n and I finally came up with a fun and cool Vampirina drink. I liked having the rock candy at the top. However, it messes up the taste of the juice. I didn’t notice it at first, but after Zayd’n finished drinking it, he picked up on the funny taste. So, I would recommend only adding a few pieces of rock candy. When I initially made the drink for the first time, I added a LOT of grape and cherry rock candy at the bottom before adding ice and juice, and at the top. This helps give the drink it’s purplish look, but the taste was off. So, when we made the drink again, we only added a few pieces of rock candy at the top, and the drink turned out fine.
You can order all of the ingredients you need online. It’s hard to find the Blue Curacao (this is a non-alcoholic version) in stores. You can also order the Lavender online, or find it at stores like Home Goods and World Market.
Alternative to Blue Curacao:
I added a few pink and black and white straws for a festive touch!
This new show airs on Mondays and Fridays on Disney Jr. You can check your local listing for times. This show weaves in important lessons for kids and adults, along with keeping you entertained with music and funny moments from Vee, her friends, and family.
If you head over to Disney Jr., your child can find activities to do, as well download a copy of the Chose Kindness Guide.
With Christmas just around the corner (or for a birthday present), here are a few must-have Vampirina items: