Princess Jasmine Arabian Princess Party

Posted on July 10th, 2012 by Kara
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This PRINCESS JASMINE ARABIAN PRINCESS PARTY submitted by Julia Shultz is amazing! Just look at all the details! So many fun ideas throughout this whole party!

Julia said- “I am so excited to share my own little princess’ ‘Jasmine’ inspired birthday party! I had so much fun creating this party for her! My daughter absolutely adores all things princess and when she asked for a princess Jasmine party, I was thrilled to get started because I love turquoise and bright colors!

I decided immediately that I wanted to have a dress up area at her party and then decided to make everything in this area party favors for the girls to take home. But I knew I had to come up with something for the boys too.  For party favors, We had crown lip glosses, princess rings, lip gloss rings, necklaces, bracelets, nail polish, nail files, and tiaras. I also purchased blue fans from Luna Bazaar which were a hit on this very hot day! Other favors included bubbles, whistles, bouncy balls, and compass rings (for the boys). I bought blue beaded favor bags from Luna Bazaar and put toy golden coins inside them. There were tutus in turquoise and purple from My Princess Party To Go. The boys also received an inflatable sword which they loved!

To display the party favors, I used a dollhouse bookshelf in my girls’ playroom that once covered with ruffled fabrics I sewed to fit made the shelf look like a tent. I also used a small vanity for party favors and created a tablecloth to coordinate.  In this same area was also the Arabian sand art activity. This was a huge hit with all kids!

I created the invitations, food and candy labels, name banner, and welcome sign in the party colors. I also drew Jasmine’s palace onto a large sheet of Styrofoam which I then cut out and covered with tapestry fabric. This was my daughter’s favorite piece! To add to the theme, I found a really cool incense burner on Amazon that looked just like a real genie lamp.

I custom made all the tablecloths and runners, and added lots of fun ruffles throughout.

I used lots of peacock flare, starting with the peacock feather graphic on the invitation to the table arrangements and the peacock food picks found on Amazon, ending with the cool peacock paper lanterns purchased from Pier 1 Imports. I hung other paper lanterns in various colors, shapes, and sizes that were purchased from Luna Bazaar.

I accented throughout the party using bottles and glasses I found at Hobby Lobby as well as using vintage carnival glass.

The candy table was so much fun for me. I purchased the beautiful peacock sugar cookies and most of the peacock cupcake toppers from Party Creative on Etsy. The beautiful fondant ruffled flower toppers on the oictured cupcake and on the cake and 3 peacock toppers were purchased from Sweet Thing Topper Shop. I also made Oreo pops and the cake. I made the turquoise ruffled cake stands using old plates and dollar store candle holders. Holding the peacock cookies is a vintage framed mirror that I painted to coordinate.”

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  1. Dana

    Love love love the color scheme. I was wondering where you purchased the paisley fabric? Great party, looks like girls had fun

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  2. Julia Shultz

    Oh my goodness! Thanks so much for featuring my party!! :) I found the paisley fabric at Joann, and the sweet treats frame was a TJ Maxx find. Thank you for the compliments!

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  3. Barb

    OMG! I’m holding a Princess Ariel party in 2 weeks for my 4 year old daughter, “Alexa”. And to incorporate the boys, I went with the pirate favors as well. I was worried about how it would all come together and this fabulous party has given me new hope and excitement! Thanks so much for sharing.

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