Princess Ballerina Party
I found inspiration everywhere, from the Internet, to magazines to places like Party City. Princess decor is everywhere making parties easy to plan.
Guests were greeted with their favors as soon as they arrived.
Girls received tutus that I found on e-Bay and wands from Target’s dollar bin. The boys received swords & shields from Oriental Trading Company. As a bonus I used stickers to put each boy’s name on the shields and gift tags for the girls tutus.
Her Royal Highness, The Birthday Girl
A crown fit for a King
It was important to me to make sure the kids were constantly busy and that no one got bored. We had a craft station where both boys & girls could make and decorate their own crowns.
I repurposed things I had used for other parties for tablecloths & decorations. I tried to include snacks everyone would like. As for the main food we ordered pizzas & chicken nuggets for the kids and antipasto salad for the adults.
As a special treat, sticking with the fairytale feel we hired Magician Tim Hall. He was AMAZING and was great with the kids. Everyone loved him.
In addition to his magical show, Tim Hall made balloon animals for all the children.