Princess Ballerina Party

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.

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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.

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Her Royal Highness, The Birthday Girl

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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.

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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.

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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.

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In addition to his magical show, Tim Hall made balloon animals for all the children.

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