My friend Vicki, who is a pre-K art teacher and mother of 3, is one of the most creative people I know. So it was no surprise that the princess theme party that she threw for her daughter's 4th birthday was enchanting. I asked Vicki if we could feature the party, and a few of her creative and simple DIY projects, on Stylish Spoon and she was happy to share the princess love.
The invitations to the princess party asked all of the little princesses to come dressed in their fanciest princess/party dresses for afternoon tea. Vicki set the scene in her front yard with a table-top bubble machine, lots of pink streamers tied to the branches of trees, a tree swing and music from her daughter's favorite Disney princess movies (including Frozen).
When we arrived there were already a few girls dancing in the stream of bubbles and swinging on the tree swing.
The party was absolutely adorable and so much fun for the little princesses, who loved having a reason to wear their fancy dresses out of the house.Sign up for Stylish Spoon's e-newsletter (add email address to sign-up on on right side of page), or check back this week for follow-up posts with the free printable template for butterfly face painting and the how-to for the tiny crown place cards (links will be adde to this post as they are published). :: sources :: Bubble machine by Gazillion Bubble Outdoor disc swing by Little Tykes Face painting sticks, face paint body glitter gel and face painting brushes from Snazaroo (available in-store at Michaels) Tutus, crowns and wands from Halo Heaven Disney Princess Lip Smacker Party Pack