Pink Princess Ballerina 3rd Birthday Party

Posted on March 21st, 2013 by Kara
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This PINK PRINCESS BALLERINA THIRD BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Mindy Hong of a {day} with lil mama stuart.

I love how sweet and feminine this princess ballerina party is! A few of my favorite elements are:
  • The colorful tulle pom poms
  • The cupcake stand wearing a tutu
  • The fry boxes filled with popcorn
  • and MORE!

Party Styling and Photography: a {day} with lil mama stuart
Venue: Baby Take a Bow
Invitation: Brightside Prints

Sparkle Tutu Dress: Nordstrom

Glitter Tulle and Glitter Ribbon: Michael’s
Glitter Wands: Target

Star Wands: Party City

Favor Tubes: Pretty Sweet Stuff and Shop Sweet Lulu
Popcorn/French Fry Cups: Pick Your Plum

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Star Wands

Fry Boxes

Gumball Tubes

Striped Paper Straws

Cupcake Liners

         

        

Here’s what Mindy had to say about planning this party- “My 3 year old daughter is such a girly girl who loves to wear dresses, sing and dance around, pretend to do makeup, carry purses, wear jewelry and of course she loves princesses. So, what was more fitting than a Pink Princess Ballerina Birthday Party full of sparkle and glitter??

The party took place at our local dance studio where the invitation and my daughter’s party outfit set the theme for the rest of the decorations. It was all about pink, sparkle, glitter, stars, tulle and of course being princesses and ballerinas!

At each place setting, the 3-5 year olds were served star shaped sandwiches, a fruit cup, pink popcorn, pink M&Ms and pink velvet cupcakes. All the girls had so much fun!”

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Star Wands

Fry Boxes

Gumball Tubes

Striped Paper Straws

Cupcake Liners

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4 thoughts on “Pink Princess Ballerina 3rd Birthday Party

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  1. Brittany

    What I love about this party is that it is definitely for the kids. Some of the parties feel like the parents are kind of trying to show off for the adults. I love how every element of this party is dedicated to making the kids have a great time.

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  3. Mindy

    Thank you so much, Brittany! My parties always have to have elements that make “sense” and not just for the sake of going overboard!

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