I have these two cute little cousins who ADORE all things princess themed. These sisters have birthdays so close together, that they share their celebrations, and guess who gets to help decorate? ME! And this year, they wanted a princess party for two.
Not just a princess party for two, but one that they could invite their favorite princess character to, Snow White. So, yeah, therein lies my dilemma. Snow White is not something I own any rights to, not something I can use imagery for, not something I’m comfortable recreating. So, I didn’t. Taking the illustration from our Pink Princess party that is already in the shop, I simply changed the colors, and gave our original princess a hair cut. I was able to give the birthday girls exactly what they wanted, and offer our endearing illustrated princess in yet another collection. So, without further ado, our newest member of the princess party family!
Didn’t the table turn out spectacularly? That red table cover is my favorite product from Tablevogue, they are gorgeous, high quality, and SO easy to clean! I trimmed it with a piece of yellow satin ribbon (double sided taped on), and layered on some table runners, burlap and a sheet of moss. Next, I found some old candlesticks from a Halloween party and spray painted them gold, and topped them with some paper honeycomb apples, they look stunning (if I do say so myself)! I used some wooden crates and wood slab slices for risers, placed my cake stands and jars for snacks, then generously sprinkled in some faux gemstones to complete the look.
The plan for this party was to keep it fairly short at a non-meal time. These are 3-5 year old kids and don’t need much more than a couple hours to have a GREAT time (and avoid the after party meltdown). We served little cups of fresh fruit, pre-packaged snacks for little hands, and mini boxes of popcorn.
Keeping in mind that this was a party for little kids, what better dessert than mini cupcakes! We offered 3 flavors, s’mores, lemon and carrot, and that was it for desserts – short and sweet!
The parents of the birthday girls hired a Princess for the children’s entertainment, and she was fantastic! The kids were enthralled with everything she did, just look at their faces. Face painting, story time, magic tricks and she sang the Happy Birthday song with them. Centerpieces for the tables in our covered patio park area consisted of wooden berry boxes, REAL apples (that were all eaten by the end of the party) moss rounds, stand framed signs and more gemstones.
I brought along a Princess photo booth, not just for photo booth pictures, but also to create a magical place for our princess and birthday girls to sit together for their special time. Love, love love it!!
SO cute. I mean every single part of it was just magical. And if you have a little princess in your life who is ready to celebrate a birthday, we’ve got it all ready for you to make it happen! You can choose the complete printable party set, the large backdrop sign (a digital file customized for you), and the photo booth props.
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