Elliotte, her friends and her little sister Olive had a blast eating In-N-Out Burger, watching Home Alone and snoozing in WonderTent sleep masks
Happy birthday, Elliotte Anne!
Marla Sokoloff‘s older daughter, who turned 7 on Friday, celebrated alongside her mom, 3½-year-old little sister Olive Mae and four of her best friends at a sleepover-themed party held at the Fuller House star’s home.
The girls hung out inside fun structures provided by WonderTent Parties, who also supplied them with sleep masks that “made the sleeping part slightly easier,” Sokoloff, 38, jokes to PEOPLE.
The tents were filled with items that any little girl would love to have at a sleepover: stuffed animals, pink lanterns (for late-night spooky stories, perhaps?), sequined pillows and more.
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The birthday girl and her guests had a blast at the laid-back bash, chowing down on In-N-Out Burger (“Her fave!,” according to Sokoloff) and watching Home Alone, “which they all agreed is the best movie ever.”
Desserts from Polkatots Cupcakes included a pull-apart creation decorated with icing to resemble an old-school boombox, plus a two-tier traditional confection with a glittery number “7” on top.
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One standout incident from the event? A visit from the tooth fairy, which Sokoloff describes to PEOPLE as a hilarious escapade that had the girls bright-eyed before the crack of dawn.
“They all woke up at 5:30 a.m. because one of her friends had a visit from the tooth fairy and we were woken up by five girls screaming with delight,” she jokes.
Elliotte’s party theme mirrors that of the one she had two years ago at The Coop in Studio City, California — but this time, the sleepover was a real one as opposed to just a slumber-party theme.
“Elliotte desperately wanted a sleepover for her 5th birthday. Obviously, with her being five, that wasn’t going to happen,” Sokoloff told PEOPLE at the time.
“So, I decided to host a ‘mock’ slumber party for her and her girlfriends: a sleepover vibe without the terrified children waking my husband and me up in the middle of the night to go home,” she joked in addition.