Seriously, didn’t I just share our little girl’s Mickey Mouse Party with you like two days ago? Has it seriously been a year? I still can’t believe it! When asking an almost three year old what type of birthday party they want, you often get a lot of interesting responses. Every time I asked, I was told something different, but many times the responses included princesses, so I decided to go with it. It was much easier to make it princesses in general than to plan a Rapunzel party and be told the day of the party that she wanted Aurora. I loved planning A Princess Party for My Favorite Little Girl this year and I hope this inspires you if you are looking to plan one as well!
Each year I try to make things a little simpler than the year before. Her first birthday party was very involved, with weeks months of planning, decoration making, and cooking. Her second party had a lot of cooking involved, which made me feel super stressed the day of the party. This year I scaled down the menu to just a couple things and didn’t worry about having a “themed” menu.
Even with a simpler menu, we had plenty of food and I think everyone enjoyed it. The Birthday Princess really loved the decorations, and to be honest, it’s a week later, and we still have some of them up! Here are some of my favorite details.
This table also held cookie wands incase my little princesses and prince got hungry!
The birthday girl wore this crown from Walmart.
Crayons from HERE, Funny thing about these crayons is that everyone thought they were food! If you buy them, remind your guests they are for coloring, not eating!
I think that’s it! I hope you enjoyed seeing our Princess Party and get some ideas if you are planning your own! I will be sharing two recipes from the party over the next couple of weeks, cinnamon sugar pretzels and caramelized onion dip!
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