We were very excited to have a chance to throw another fun party to show off our #DisneySide. Last year, we celebrated with a Mickey & Minnie Valentine’s Day Party. This year, we were asked to throw a Disney Princess themed bash. Considering our house looks like a Disney Princess party nearly every ay of the week: costumes, tea parties, princess dance parties, etc, I knew this would be a fun party to plan. I tried to think of something a little different, as we decided on “A Royal Breakfast”. We had a morning filled with princess pancakes, pink sprinkle donuts and lot’s of princess activities. Of course there were also plenty of princess costumes too! Here’s a recap in photos:
Pancakes: I used frozen mini pancakes. I baked them for a few minutes before the guests arrived and then made glitter heart tooth picks to stick in them.
We got everything else from Dunkin Donuts: Munckins, bagels, donuts with pink sprinkles and a box of joe for the moms.
1. Make Your Own Wands:
Supplies: large popsicle sticks, glitter paper cut into 1 large heart and 1 small heart, ribbon & glue
Directions: prepare everything ahead of time and have a sample out with glue for the girls to make. Our Disney Side kit came with cute Sofia the First zip lock bags, so I put enough supplies to make 1 wand in each bag, so it was really easy for the kids to make the project on their own.
2. Princess coloring station: Disney Princess coloring book, Free Disney Princess coloring pages that I printed at home, crayons and markers
3. Nails & Dress Up: Moms helped the girls paint their nails. The girls also could take cute Disney Princess accessories to dress up and then take home. Our favorites were the Frozen Charm Necklaces and Frozen Hair Clips.
For the favors, I used pink polka dot paper bags I had and stapled on little princess cutouts I made and printed at home. We filled the bags with Sofia wands, stickers, lip gloss and adorable crown lollipops.
My girls love dress up. They were so excited to get dressed for the Royal Breakfast. It was a tough decision on which princess to dress as. Alex decided on Anna and Maggie decided on Sofia the First. Both of their costumes are from Birthday Express. Their costumes are great quality and they have a great variety. A new princess favorite in our house, are the crowns from Opposite of Far. We’ve enjoyed their masks for a long time and the new crowns are fantastic. They are all inspired by Disney Princesses, but are subtle and really very sweet. These would make a wonderful birthday gift!
Can you guess which Disney Princess each of these crowns represents? My favorite is the yellow heart Snow White crown!
Many of the princess items shown were in our Disney Side party planning kit. The other items shown were from Birthday Express and the crowns were from Opposite of Far. You can visit www.DisneySideCelebrations.com for party-planning inspiration and more fun ways to let your Disney Side shine!