Winter Princess Birthday Party

Posted on December 16th, 2011 by Kara
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This WINTER PRINCESS BIRTHDAY PARTY by Eleanor Touchet of Pink Peppermint Paper, LLC will make your heart melt. Such a beautiful and delicate party. I just love the soft cotton snow…and look at the vintage princess doll & the victorian ice skates inside the apothecary jars. What a perfect party for winter birthday’s. I love the theme!

Here is what Eleanor said about the party- “For my daughter’s 3rd birthday we combined two of her favorite things, princesses and snow, for a Winter Princess celebration. We hand delivered the majority of the glitter-embellished invitations so I got a little playful with addressing them. There were Ladies, Dukes and even Barons on the invitation list.

Guests were welcomed inside the castle to find the royal banquet table stretched out underneath a sky of falling snow. We had fur-trimmed snowflake crowns for the boys and tiaras for the girls. The birthday girl’s throne at the head of the table was all wrapped up in a bow and set off with her royal portrait.

Laid out on a blanket of snow down the center of the table were snow globes filled with a different royal and snowy scenes–a royal princess, a crown, a snowy church, a silver slipper, and a Victorian ice skate among others.
Since it was a surprisingly mild day we set up a play table of artificial snow outside. We had a few scoops and buckets and the kids enjoyed a rare chance to play in the snow! Then everyone headed back inside for cake. As party favors, everyone got snow powder so they could make their own snow at home. We had a high time in the snow for our little winter birthday girl’s celebration!”Vendors:Invitations, Paper Crowns, Cup Wraps, Favor Tags – Pink Peppermint Paper
Party Styling – Pink Peppermint Parties
Cake – Dream Cakes
Large/Small Ripple Cups, Clear Favor Boxes – Think Garnish
Artificial Snow – Snow in Seconds

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  1. Elisabeth

    So beautiful and a great idea for someone that's born in the Winter.

    My two daughters were born November 24 & 26th and it can be hard to fit their birthday in with all the holidays going on.

    The extra effort is worth it though.

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  2. Katrina

    Considering my oldest daughters party is on the 29th of Dec. this is the perfect idea for us, decor that is X-mas and party, and can be done ahead of time and left up after. I <3 it!

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  3. Amish Stories

    Greetings from an Amish community in Pennsylvania, I'm just checking out different blogs and thought id leave a comment. Happy holidays to everyone as well. Richard from Amish Stories

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