Party Fit for a Princess!

Earlier this month Anne turned 3!
She is all about all thing princess right now so we threw her a Princess Party 🙂
We decided to keep things low-key and just did a family party. She loved it!
Most of the decorations were scavenged from around our house and the whole thing cost us about $15
Dollar Tree: paper plates, cups, napkins, crowns, birthday banner, balloons, streamers ($7)
Cake: $4
Party Favors: card stock from my stash and Hershey Kisses ($4)
Decorations: Princess fabric for table, tulle garland and princesses from around the house
The cake was a bit of a disaster but Anne thought it was gorgeous so all in all we’ll call it a win 🙂 Barbie Belle was a bit taller than anticipated…
And then I ran out of frosting and had to make my own which was too runny
Don’t judge 🙂
Instructions from Betty Crocker here
Luckily it was tasty!
The party favors were my favorite part. I made “glass slippers” using this free printable from the Daily Digi
I filled the toe with a bit of tissue paper and then we loaded them up with kisses. To save on time I used double-sided cardstock so the insides were already pretty 🙂
Not a fancy affair by any means but Anne was ecstatic all night long!
So don’t stress when planning parties for 3 year olds… they are pretty easy to please 🙂

4 Responses

  1. Adorable! I can see why she was so excited. I love the cake and didn’t see a problem until you pointed it out. Good recovery! Happy 3rd to your little princess.

  2. Yep we had the same problem w Cinderella with my first….but with three girls I bought the hobby lobby Wilton Barbie pan second time around….I used to joke Cinderella was stuck in cake screaming to get out….at that age tho all they remember is how wonderful it was 🙂

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