My little girl says that she’s a princess all the time, so what better party to have than a princess themed party? She also tells me that her favorite color is pink, so at the party, pink abounded.
My husband thinks I put way too much effort into this party, but in reality, there were sooo many ideas that I just couldn’t execute, or weren’t really feasible to execute since it was just a 3 year old’s birthday party. The important thing is, she had a wonderful time.
I cut Rice Krispie Treats into tiaras and shields. I
totally cheated ran out of time and just put a real tiara on the cake instead of making one out of gum paste. I decided to try my hand at making cake balls, and they must of been a success, because there were none left!
I made the goody bags by embellishing small canvas bags that I bought at Michael’s Craft Store. I cut felt into tiara and shield shapes and glued them to the bags with felt glue. I glued jewels onto the tiaras and painted a red cross on the shields.
Peamite Alpha showing off his knight costume.
I printed off a princess themed coloring page from the internet so the kids could color while we waited on everyone to arrive.
Then all the kids made their own crowns by decorating with shaped stickers and markers.
Princess Katie made a tower of stickers on her crown. This picture doesn’t even show how big it got.
King Comet made an appearance at the party, too.
Time to sing “Happy Birthday” to my sweet princess.
TWINkle Bows made these adorable tiara hair clips that I put in the favor bags for all the girls. (Katie was a little busy eating her Cheetos, so I took the opportunity to snap this picture.)
Gosh, I can’t believe my baby is THREE already!! Time flies.