Maxi’s Princess Birthday

Two weekends ago we celebrated our sweet 5 year old! She said she wanted her favorite things: princesses, dancing, and her friends! We had the party at her dance studio where a teacher could teach them all the moves for a Royal Ball and Princess Ariel could visit! 😉 It was the sweetest day and when asked if she wanted to wear a new princess dress or my old Ariel costume from the ’90s, she chose mine. Way to tug on a mama’s heart! I love a party detail, so I couldn’t finish February without sharing a few of the small businesses I purchased party decor from.

Let me know if I missed anything and I’m happy to source for you! As you plan your little ones’ parties, I had to share one of my favorite memory books for you to fill out. This one by Honey Bear Pages is so sweet and easy to fill out {some are so tedious they’ll never get finished!} and will be a treasure to look back on for years.

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3 Comments

  1. Ana wrote:

    Such a beautiful party! Thank you for sharing!

    Published 28 Feb 22Reply
  2. Annette wrote:

    So so cute! Do you have any suggestions on what food to have for a 3 year old party ? The sweet treats are easy , I’m looking for the regular food . Thank you for sharing her party!

    Published 28 Feb 22Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Annette! Not sure the time of day, we have done breakfast and lunch times before! For Maxi at three she had a “barbie brunch” and we did Chick-Fil-A Chicken Minis, pancake bites, and fruit salad. Here is a post: https://www.chroniclesoffrivolity.com/2020/02/barbie-toddler-birthday-party/

      For this party, it was 1:30-3 and we did sweet treats, and then vegetable charcuterie boards, and a regular charcuterie. So they had fruits, veggies, cheeses, and sweets since it was more afternoon. But with traditional lunch parties before, I’ve done Chick-Fil-A trays, mini pb&j sandwiches cut out with cookie cutter shapes, and fruit.

      I hope that helps! For the adults, I always like to do a mix of charcuterie boards they can munch on and if afternoon time tea sandwiches.

      xx,

      Katey

      Published 28 Feb 22Reply