Fairytale Princess Birthday Party

Posted on January 30th, 2013 by Kara
Comments 6

This FAIRYTALE PRINCESS BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Erin of Strawberry Mommycakes. You would never guess it, but this party is completely budget friendly since most of the decorations are printables!

This party is full of fun Princess Party ideas! Here are some of my favorites:

The Printable princess crowns and wands
The place settings, each catered to a different Disney Princess
The lovely Rapunzel Themed cake

The beautiful but simple princess invitations

Party Styling and Printables- Strawberry Mommycakes
Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:
Apothecary Jars

Ribbon

Circle Paper Craft Punch

Wooden Forks

 

Here’s what Erin said about planning this party- “I love throwing parties and planning parties, but I have to be very budget conscientious…especially since I’m usually the hostess and I don’t get paid. I usually have a few months to plan…that way I can collect items that I like and not have to spend a ton at once. For this party…that wasn’t the case. My sister-in-law didn’t want to make me do anything for my niece’s party because she knows how busy I am, but it just so happened that I was designing a princess printable set and she was planning to make a Rapunzel cake…so we definitely had to collaborate for another fantastic party!  Also, we didn’t want to spend a lot of money, so I came up with the idea to have a ‘Princess Printable Party!’

My sister-in-law made the Red Velvet Cake with REAL Red Velvet icing (contrary to popular belief, it is NOT cream cheese icing). It looked so cute with the Rapunzel printable cut out!

I created 6 different princesses for this set: Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty (from Beauty and the Beast), Frog Princess, Rapunzel, and Cinderella. This party is seriously a great idea for little girls. I created necklaces, bracelets, wands and crowns using my Fairy Tale Princess Printables…and they’re so fun! We also made tutus for the girls and they obviously had a BLAST pretending to be princesses.”

Party Styling and Printables- Strawberry Mommycakes
Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:
Apothecary Jars

Ribbon

Circle Paper Craft Punch

Wooden Forks

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6 thoughts on “Fairytale Princess Birthday Party

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  1. Wendy

    Excellent job Erin! There are lots of lovely, but pricey parties but this shows that with creativity and good taste an amazing party really is possible!!!

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  2. Lynn H

    What an adorable party!! It is possible to have an awesome party without draining the bank account – you nailed it. Personally, I make it my mission to see how little I can spend (clearance items/ seasonal) and still have a great party that looks like I broke the bank. GOOD JOB!!!

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  3. Erin

    I always buy ahead…if I see something that MIGHT work for a party, I get it…it helps in the long run! Thanks, Lynn for your kind words :)

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