(Closed) Amy great ideas for my daughter's princess party?

posted 4 years ago in Parenting
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@ladybugmommy2010:  Depends on where you are. $60 an hour where I live, SE VA, is too expensive.

I’ve been to a princess party and it was cute. There were pink and purple cupcakes, pink and purple table clothes and balloons (Walmart) and a really cute game where they children had to find 10 hidden apples in the room and until they did the princess birthday girl was in a deep sleep.

This party was held in our church’s dining area.

Post # 5
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Buzzing Beekeeper

@ladybugmommy2010:  Princess shaped cake would be fun, or cupcakes to coordinate with the theme. In Toronto, $60/hour for a rental would be cheap, but it depends where you’re from. I was going to suggest having a princess come, but you’ve got that handled already. Party City has tons of themed ideas to check out 🙂

Post # 10
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Buzzing Beekeeper

@ladybugmommy2010:  Okay, I want my next birthday party at your house. I will be 26, but that’s okay, right? 😛

Post # 12
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Buzzing bee

Princess wands for favors

Renting or hitting goodwill or getting colored tulle and making princess dresses for them to wear (gathering some fabric or just knotting it over elastic shoud go fast and be easy)

making those pointy “dunce” type caps with some scarf/tulle coming out the point.

Having a cupcakes in a dress shape

http://pinterest.com/pin/255579347575640683/

Maybe find a way to incorporate a prince charming (depending on age/appropriateness this could be daddy) for the special princess.

Post # 13
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I think getting dollar store necklaces and plastic jewelry so the girls can dress up in their “jewels”  Maybe it someone has a polaroid camera you could take pics of the girls all dressed up for them to take home as well.

And how about a craft for the girls? They can make their own princess hats. Paper cones and attach ribbons to the top. they can choose the ribbon and color paper and have stickers to decorate (glitter etc would be really messy)

You could make a sour cream based dip for some vegetables and use red dye to make it pink (so not everything is not sweet and dessert)

Sandwiches and use a cookie cutter to cut them in a crown shape.

Post # 16
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Buzzing bee

@ladybugmommy2010:  I’m not sure what age you’re going for…but if she’s a little older you could incoporate some of the dress up, and then have a tea party, for a part of the celebration.  You could have the sit down at a table all decked out (with plastic table cloth and plastic ‘china’) with everyone practicing their best manners  etc.  You could have fruit bites, mini cupcakes, PBJ finger sandwiches etc for the food. 

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