Friday, September 14, 2012

Pink Princess Party

Grace Olivia's Pink Princess Birthday Party





























My daughter and I share a very special day...our birthday. Grace was born on my 25th birthday and she is the best present I have or will ever receive. This year, on September 1st, she turned 5 and I turned 30 (eeeekkk!), so I wanted to host a birthday party for her that she would never forget. 
 Grace dresses up as some sort of princess almost every day, so what better than a pink princess party for her birthday? I started planning for the party back in May and got a little obsessed with every little detail of the party. I blame Pinterest really lol. I came across many many wonderful websites and Etsy shops and I wanted to be able to feature their items at the party for you all to see. I love checking out party websites like Kara's Party Ideas for party inspiration, and I am a bit obsessed with Pinterest and Etsy. I wanted to be able to show you all everything I had at the party and where you could purchase it all, or make it yourself. What took me months to compile, is all listed and linked below for you if you are interested in a similar party. 
The Dessert Buffet Table:

  1. Ruffled Shower Curtains for backdrop: Simply French Market
  2. Happy Birthday Banner Printable: Cupcake Express
  3. Cake: Friend of family Amy Ness
  4. Tiara on top of cake: Ebay
  5. Pink Marshmallow Pops: The Sugar Co.
  6. Chocolate Princess Star Wands: Fifi La Rue Chocolates
  7. Pink Princess Wands: Paula Wells Studio
  8. Cupcake Candy Jars: The Fakery Bakery Shop
  9. Gold Scoops: scoops-scoops.com
  10. Chocolate-covered Oreos: Never Dessert You
  11. Princess Treat Bags: The Party Bakery
  12. Pink Damask Frame: Posh Paper Decor
  13. Pink Polka Dot Candy Cups/Balloons: Snippy Lou's
  14. Pink Shabby Cottage Picture Frame (Grace's photo): Vintage Accents Studio
  15. Pink Royal Crown Cookies: Sweet Ambs
  16. Small Glass Apothecary Jars: Simple Life Vintage
  17. Pink Candlestick Pedestal Candy Jars: Gifts By Gaby
  18. Light pink fleur de lis vase, frame and jewelry box: Bea Unique Designs
  19. Pink French Macarons: LeBonbon LA
  20. Candy: CandyDirect.com
  21. Crown paper confetti: Heathers Blankets  
  22. Pink Polka Dot Scalloped Circles:Jaime Crafts

  1. Mason Jars: Giant Food Store
  2. Daisy Cut Jar Lids: Candlesoylutions.com
  3. Pink & White Striped Straws: The Tom Kat Studio
  4. Paper Chandelier: Perpetual Motion Decor
  5. Grace's princess ballgown: milanoo.com
  6. Pink frame: My Magnolia Bell 
  7. Water Bottle Labels (Not pictured): So Sweet Party Shop 
  1.  Princess Canopy: Made by me, blog post to follow (Fabric Banner attached to top of canopy: A Little Frayed)
  2. Princess Throne: Click HERE to see how I made it
  3. Princess Dress Up Costumes: Tootie Tots
  4. Pink & Purple Princess Capes: The Tree House Kid
  5. Princess Cheval Mirror: KidKraft

  1. Antique Gold Lace Crown: Love Crush Bowtique
  2. Makeup Kits: Amazon.com
  3. Crown Hair Clip: Masterpieces Of Fun Art
  4. My dress: Dorothy Perkins
  5. My bubble necklace: Ebay
  6. Table Cloth & Chair Covers: Tableclothsfactory.com
  7. Pink Clutch Purses: Kye Bags
  8. Personalized Princess Bracelets: Star Gazing Lily
  9. Crown Pony Tail Holders: Princess Hair Bling
  10. Pink Jeweled Clip-on Earrings: My Princess Couture
  11. Princess Crown Necklace: Sugar Lane Shoppe
  12. Princess Bling Ring: The Doll House Couture
  13. Small Lace Crown: Adam's Blankie
  14. Personalized Princess Makeup Mirrors: Whimsy Woodcrafts

  1. Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) Dress: Amazon.com
  2. Princess Aurora's Crown: Couture Princess Wigs 
  3. Pinkalicious Book: Amazon.com
  4. Princess Aurora: Kara Jester (Thank you so very much Kara!)  

***I want to thank the fabulous websites and shops who graciously donated their items! I also want to thank Shores Photography for taking all of the photos! The party was a huge success because of each and every one of you! ***
I hope you enjoyed this party, and I hope it inspires you for your future party planning.


Here is a slideshow of all of the individual images (set to music) if you wanted to see all of them with a little more detail:

(I would recommend changing the video quality to 720p HD)

If you have any questions about any items or if I left anything out, please leave me a comment in the comment section below and I'll get back to you asap!




















  • 5 comments:

    1. Mandy, you did such a wonderful job! You're little girl is just adorable and both of you are truly blessed!

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    2. too expensive for most Moms to do this type of party. glad you were able to get this organized

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    3. Most items were donated!

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    4. Yes most of the items at the party were graciously donated to me and for that I am very thankful. This post is more for party inspiration and ideas than trying to host something like this on a tight budget. I wanted to be able to showcase all of the shops who donated and show off their amazing items. Most were handmade! The bulk of items that I did purchase were on sale, used or inexpensive. I made a lot of items myself as well. If you get creative enough, the sky's the limit! :)

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    5. how did you go about getting people to donate? this is the party i want to have for my daughter!

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