Ahhh … here it is … the party I’ve been talking about. Hunter’s princess tea party! Which turned out to be a little unconventional … what with mason jars for tea cups, pizza for finger sandwiches and the birthday girl’s face painting looking more like a member of Kiss than a princess! :)
So without further adieu … the party photos!
If you remember this post, I mentioned I needed some photos for Hunter’s upcoming party … you’ll see in the images below how I framed some and sprinkled them throughout the party decor … starting with a large print on our front door to welcome the party princesses.
This space is our living room, but I emptied out all the furniture and turned it into princess party central!
Another thing I did to work with the pink princess theme, was paint a few cheap photo frames with a flat pink paint … turned out cute!
I was able to convince miss teen to dress as a princess and paint little finger nails. Thank you Tay-Tay!
These are cookies. Very yummy cookies.
This is a shy girl who just wouldn’t blow out her birthday candles.
This is a mom with an inner-Cinderella just dying to come out!
In some of the photos above, there’s a little paper cupcakes in a polka-dotted wrapper? I made those with crepe paper,
japanese tape and a little pom-pom on top. Inside, I wrapped a ring pop and we had a little game
with the girls seeing who could unravel theirs the quickest.
Happy little princesses!!
- favor pails
- personalized cookies
- cake topper
- crown craft, ring pops, candy bracelets, crowns, princess bracelet, princess lollipop
- polka dot balloons, personalized banner, paper lanterns
- paper doll template
- tablevogue coverings
- pink fabric used throughout
- paper wrapped cupcake idea
- mini suitcases