This is a post done by Lisa who is a lovely member of the HappyMoneySaver team.
For my daughter 5th Birthday she decided she wanted a princess party, so I decided that I would start on all the decorations. We choose her favorite Disney Princesses; Frozen sisters, Ariel, Belle, and Tangled (Rapunzel).
I designed everything with her approval. The banner, cupcake tops, invites, princess juice, water labels, and even some of her party favor labels. We had fun and it was definitely magical for her.
As a backdrop for the pictures we were even able to use wrapping paper, made it inexpensive and fabulous. Every little girls dream is to have a princess party, and for that reason I have decided to put all my printables on the blog so that everyone can have an opportunity to decorate and feel as special as my little girl did that day.
We did labels for everything and I even revised a poem I had found on-line to each of her party activities. I used some of her favorite treats including the yogurt pretzels, her favorite juice (princess juice), and ect. She loved every minute of it and honestly it was a lot of hard work, but to see her smile made it all worth while.
During her party I grabbed some of my regular everyday decorations and used them for all the party treats and favors. It was a success in every way, all the girls loved it and were dancing to the princess tunes. What a great memory for my little 5 year.
If you would like the printable for a princess party I will be including them in links at the bottom of this post.
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See more fun free printables from Happymoneysaver here.
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