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At some point in their young lives, most little girls go through a princess phase. They might be enchanted by the ideas of castles, horses, ball gowns and sparkling tiaras or they could have seen a Disney movie that captured their hearts. If your daughter asks for a princess party when her birthday rolls around, here are some ideas to make the day unique and memorable. Just remember: although there's a plethora of princess products on the market, you don't have to go with a commercial princess theme. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to throw a princess party


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How to Throw a Princess Party
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  • At some point in their young lives, most little
    girls go through a princess phase. They might be
    enchanted by the ideas of castles, horses, ball
    gowns and sparkling tiaras or they could have
    seen a Disney movie that captured their hearts.
  • If your daughter asks for a princess party when
    her birthday rolls around, here are some ideas to
    make the day unique and memorable.
  • Just remember although there's a plethora of
    princess products on the market, you don't have
    to go with a commercial princess theme.

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Princess Party Invitations
  • Princess parties should be announced in a royal
    fashion. Send invitations that use a fancy text
    and glitter. They could be shaped like horses,
    unicorns, tiaras, glass slippers or rainbows.
  • You could paint your own pretty princess
    picture or make something simple, like a cutout
    of the age your child is turning with a tiara
    perched on top of the number.

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  • Speaking of tiaras, how about delivering one
    plastic tiara to each party guest with a tag
    attached that lists the who, what, where and when
    of the party? Somewhere on the card, ask the
    girls to wear their new crowns to the party. If
    boys are invited, replace the tiaras with crowns
    or inflatable toy swords (compare prices).

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  • You could also make an old-fashioned looking
    party invitation by printing out the party
    information on paper using an elaborate font,
    dipping the paper in dark tea to age it, letting
    it dry and rolling it up like a scroll.

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Princess Party Decorations
  • When it comes to princess party decorations,
    think pink! Pink plates, pink napkins, pink
    streamers, pink balloons.
  • Or, go with a regal purple or the birthday girl's
    favorite colors.
  • Here are some other princess decorating ideas

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  • To give basic party hats a princess touch, cut a
    piece of tulle that's about six inches by 18
    inches long. Tie a double knot at one end, then
    pull the unknotted end through the small opening
    at the top of the hat, creating a tail of fabric
    that flows behind the guests as they wear the
    hats. The double knot should catch at the top of
    the hat, preventing the tulle from sliding out.
    If the opening at the top is too wide, though,
    staple or tape the knotted end of the tulle in
    place.The boys can wear crowns or black or silver
    party hats to resemble knights.

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  • Hang a unicorn or rainbow piñata that's filled
    with small toys and candy.
  • Order an arch of rainbow-colored balloons from a
    balloon business or make one yourself using
    a balloon arch kit. Display it over the food or
    gift table or place it near your front door so
    the guests must walk under it to enter the party.
  • Purchase a bubble-making machine and let it run
    throughout the party so soap bubbles constantly
    float around the party guests.

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  • Cover chairs with organza slipcovers, which you
    can purchase or make yourself following
    directions in the book by Kaari Meng.
  • Cover tables with pink tablecloths, then drape a
    layer of organza on top. Boys' tables could be
    covered with black and silver.
  • Hang tissue-paper pompoms from the ceiling.

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