Princess Castle Theme Birthday Party

Posted on January 12th, 2012 by Kara
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Do you know a little girl that would lovvee a princess party? This PRINCESS CASTLE BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Lisa Komer of Fancy That is absolutely darling. SO much inspiration can be found throughout these lovely photos. I simply adore the vintage inspired princess castle by Melissa & Doug {found at Target.com} and love how Lisa used it as a dessert display! The rosette flowers hanging on the wall behind the table are so cute, too.

Here is what Lisa said about the party- “Introducing our latest party theme – A Princess party in pinks, aqua and purple! Our inspiration started with the Castle Play Set. I was cleaning our my daughters room and saw the castle in the corner and inspiration hit me! Sweets include crown lollipops, cupcakes with a fondant crown and chocolate dipped Oreo cookies. The milk is served in little jars that I dipped in sanding sugar and finished with our paper straws. Favors include lollipops, bubbles , chocolate bars and wands from our new princess favor collection. The craft activity is making a wood bead necklace. One of my favorite details are the cupcake castles at each place setting!”

Vendor credits:

Cupcakes and Oreo cookies- Bliss Bake Shop
Yarn garland and table styling- Inkberry
Photography- Tori Ava Photography
Clear cupcake pedestals- The Pastry Pedestal
Table styling, venue, polka dot cupcake cups, crown lollipops, wands, paper straws, bubbles, milk jars, castle cupcake holders, white vases, custom cupcake wrappers, wooden necklace craft, and favor boxes- Fancy That

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14 thoughts on “Princess Castle Theme Birthday Party

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  1. Carolina

    I love everything about this party, I am trying to get everything but where can I get the castle towers that holds the
    Cupcakes?

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