Princess Birthday

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I have the best daughter on Earth, although I may be a bit biased. When I asked her what theme she wanted for her birthday, she told me that she wanted a Princess Party.  I was so excited. One of my favorite things to do is to decorate and coordinate parties.  I wish I could do it full time.  Maybe someday.  Here is how we celebrated my daughter’s special day.

I found the decorations on Etsy from BabyStar Design.  I loved the pink and green color combination and was excited when my daughter said she loved it too.  I’m a big fan of the “print at home” party decor.

Each girl came in either a dress or a dress-up dress.  Some had crowns and some had wands. I set up a craft table where the girls could make their own necklaces using pink and white beads.

Charlotte, Charlotte, and Maddie

The centerpiece of the party was the dessert table.





I covered the dining room table with one of my daughter’s pink bedsheets.  I purchased some green tulle on mega-sale and draped it around the table with a simple tie in the front.  

I made the pink tissue paper “pom poms” using THIS tutorial and hung them from the light fixture above the table.  I also hung green and pink paper lanterns in the dining room and living room.



I made cupcakes with lemon buttercream frosting and pink sprinkles.

I also had pink strawberry “princess” cookies and marshmallow pops.  I had never made marshmallow pops before and they were surprisingly easy.  I used the tutorial HERE.


To drink, I served pink lemonade. The girls had fun blowing bubbles in their drinks with their straws.

Maddie, Jordan, Ava, and Charlotte


After cupcakes and presents, some of the girls engaged in a “wand fight” with my husband.  Sadly I don’t have pictures from that episode.


 Reading her card from Ava

 The girls take a look at the loot.

Each girl got a bag with a princess mask to decorate, some rings, a wand, and a bag of chocolates. 



It was a very special day for my very special 5-year-old.




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