It's a Princess Party!
For my daughters 8th birthday we did a
fancy Princess Party.
We decorated the entry way, family room
and dining room to the hilt!
I used my silhouette to cut out lace lanterns
(Rapunzel's floating lantern place cards)
Cupcakes, treats, chocolate strawberries and cake pops!
Yellow, Teal and Pink!
The tulle was leftovers from a wedding
--my sis-in-law gave me. Thanks!
Ginormous paper roses, hung on the ceiling!
Just made from cheap lightweight paper I've had for years!
Pretty cake stands, pinwheels and flowers everywhere!
Everything shiny, sparkly, fancy and crystally...
out as decoration!
Cheap table cloth, paper products and plasticware...
Makes for easy cleanup!
My daughter wanted to make "bake pops"
She loved doing this!
A pretty mini cupcake liner is the
perfect princess serving size!
I bought some super cheap candy
(75% off candy after Easter)
no one complained!
Clusters of balloons, tulle balls and tissue paper
balls strung around the rooms.
Cupcakes with a swirl!
Baked in a white wrapper, then set in a striped
wrapper for ultimate cuteness!
These hanging paper hearts and
lanterns were leftovers
from another friends birthday party...she was just
cleaning up and we snagged them!
Pennant banners cut from my Silhouette Cameo
Princess pinwheels for dinner...and lots of treats!
(confession: there were only celery sticks and carrots leftover...)
Gift basket "thank-you's" for all the girls!
A friend of mine gave me tons of
Hallmark Disney Princess stuff. Thanks!
Perfect and free! :)
The baskets were set out, so the girls could put their
crafts and projects we made into the baskets...
keep all their stuff in one place!
For the gift baskets, I spent $2 per girl. $16--not bad!
Picture frame photo booth for a keepsake.
We printed out 4 by 6 photo's and included
them in a thank-you note for each girl.
This was by far, the best birthday party
celebration we have had!
I love having a girl! :)