Tuesday, February 7, 2012

A Party Fit For a Princess


If you’re looking for a way to throw the perfect birthday party for your favorite little princess, welcome to the club. Between the ages of 1 and 3, it’s ok to simply invite a few family friends, bake a cake and buy your special little girl a few presents, but once they reach that 4th year, they enter what I like to call “the pony years.” Invariably they’ll ask for a pony or some variation of a fantastic (stress on the root of that word-fantasy) gift. When they reach that 14th year, they begin to prefer a few pizzas and a movie, or maybe just a few friends in a swimming pool, but for a few years, birthdays can seem like the most stressful and costly events of the year.

Fortunately, you can throw a spectacular birthday party that won’t break the bank. Use a theme package to take care of the party supplies, goodie bags and invitations. ThePartyWorks.com offers many different kinds of party themes. For example, if you’re looking to throw a party for a gaming enthusiast, grab some Super Mario party supplies and throw a video game-themed party!

If you’re little girl is more interested in playing princess rather than rescuing the princess, you can throw a party fit for royalty. Here are a few tips on how to pull off the perfect princess party.

Invitations

Start by snagging some Disney Princess Dreams invitations. These are a great way to set the tone to the guests that this will be a formal affair.

Cake

Are you not completely confident in your ability to decorate a cake with a great princess tableau? ThePartyWorks.com offers a great way to compensate for your own lack of skill with a frosting tube. Pick up a Disney Princess Edible Image to add the perfect finishing touch to your little princess’ cake. 

Party Favors

For party favors, you can send the guests home with a treasure trove of princess paraphernalia. A glass slipper filled with candy, stickers and rubber bracelets are enough to make anyone feel like royalty.

Activities

For a great princess party activity, set up a tiara-making station with construction paper, glue, glitter and jewels. These are the perfect accessories for your guest’s ensembles. Think about playing one of the Disney classics like Snow White or the Little Mermaid while your girls are making their headwear. 

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