Necco candies and yogos make yummy polka-dots!
The snacks. Purple grapes, round peanut butter pretzels, mini pringles, pink m&m's and more yogos. We didn't serve lunch but if you wanted to, mini pizza's would be cute.
The craft table. Bingo markers make perfect polka dots. Pom poms, round jewels, and circle stickers keep kids busy for 15-20 minutes plus give them something to take home with their goodie bag.
Goodie bags (found at Target) included; bubbles, play-doh, sidewalk chalk(with dots on it), yogos, purple polka dot hair bows(for girls) and little tonka trucks (for boys). If I hadn't of found these bags I would have used plain white gift bags and had the kids decorate their own!
I wanted to use Twister but we didn't have time. I also wanted to have fun kids "polka" music playing that I didn't get around to finding. I know The Backyardigans has a fun "Dance to the Wormin' Polka" song.