Throw a princess party for that adorable little girl in your life
July 30, 2010
While all parents adore their sons, there's something special about having a daughter. Most little girls spend their childhood rummaging through their mother's makeup and sprinting to the door to greet their daddy when he comes home. Truth be told, girls really are made of sugar and spice and everything nice, so it's no wonder we're putty in their hands.
If your daughter has a birthday approaching (and she's six-years-old or younger), why not throw her a super-duper princess party? Bringing a bunch of Disney films and princess paraphernalia into your home or outside venue is bound to put a gargantuan smile on her face. And, you can guarantee your little sweetheart will remember it for the rest of her life.
To begin, try to pick out some incredible birthday party invitations. These should be pretty easy to coordinate - the key is to figure out your daughter's favorite Disney film and go from there.
For example, if she adores The Little Mermaid, try to find some spectacular stationary that has Ariel on it. If you can take this a step further and locate ones that call attention to an Under the Sea theme, be sure to snag those up immediately. Of course, if your daughter is a bit older and is about to enter her preteen years, try to find ones that have a prince on them as well. The small detail is bound to leave invitees with a blush and a smile.
Next, try to locate some fabulous birthday party decorations. This should not be too hard to accomplish - the key is to look ahead and stick with the appropriate theme.
For starters, there's one color that must be used in every facet of décor - pink! The rosy hue is synonymous with all princess ideals, and it's bound to have guests feeling extra girly on your daughter's big day. Try to find banners, streamers and lights that are adorned in this extra-special shade. If you're throwing a nighttime shindig and really want to have some fun, consider purchasing some pretty pink balloons with LED lights in them.
Finally, you must not forget about birthday party supplies. The last thing you want to do is clean up after a bunch of little ones when the princess party is kaput!
Supplies can go from simple to spectacular - the secret is to ask your daughter what she likes best. No matter what, make sure to use princess as the general theme. If you can find paper cups, napkins and plates that have images of Belle from Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine from Aladdin and Sleeping Beauty on them, all the better.
Remember, having a little girl is one of the best things in the world. Still, parents should make sure to cherish the earlier years in their life - before you know it, they'll be begging for the car keys and driving off into the sunset. Throw them a princess party now and cherish these memories when they're older.