Tangled Birthday Party

My little girl turned four on Saturday.  I can hardly believe she is 4 already.  Some of you have been around here long enough to remember when she was born.  I know the move Tangled is so 2010 but Kayla is still way into it.  So I again hit up Debbie from Wants & Wishes Design and used her Printable Rapunzel Tangled/Princess Collection party.  I am a huge fan of printable parties.  It is so much cheaper and easier than trying to figure out décor items myself.  Plus well designed printables make any party food look adorable!

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After making all the sweets for Isaac’s 6th Lego Ninjago birthday party I got smart and spent $16 at Kroger for 12 cupcakes and a cake.  It was so worth every penny to me to not have the stress of decorating a cake.

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One of my favorite details of the party is adding some ring pops to an old jewelry gift box.  So cute!

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Besides cake and icecream they had apples (Maximus’s munch) and Princess Pretzel Wands made with the Wilton Princess Pretzel Mold and Wilton Pink Candy Melts and Lavender.  I also used the rest of the candy melts to make the candied popcorn.

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Of course course we can’t have a party at the Farrant house without a paperbag pinata. Not only does it only cost a couple of bucks, by kids are so accustomed to them they’d be sorely disappointed to not have one.  I have a feeling I am going to be making these even when they are an adult. I used the leftover ruffles from my Ruffled Streamer Wreath.

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Since the kids were plenty sugared up I sent them home with a little stretchy bracelet I had made for each of them.  I used the bags from the Party by Amy Locurto line from American Crafts tied with a sheer ribbon and the thank you printable from the Wants and Wishes Collection.

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The party princesses were very pleased.

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Thank you to Debbie at Wants and Wishes Design for providing the printables to make this party perfect.





Comments

  1. That is absolutely gorgeous – I love how you have created the theme! Love the pinata – would love some details on how to make something like that. I haven’t seen a bag pinata before – very cool! And loving those ruffles!!

  2. Everything looks so beautiful! I really like the ring pops and the pinata. :) Megan

  3. What a fun party! I remember when she was born & you posted her nursery & I drooled over it! :) My “baby” is turning 6 this month & I really need to figure out what I’m going to do for her party. Thanks for the reminder about your easy pinatas. Might have to make one of those! Looks like it all turned out amazing.

    • Your baby is 6??? Unbelievable! I always say I would never be one of those moms that goes all out on birthdays. Well guess what? I am eating my words. GAH!

  4. your so funny, making the cake and the treats are my favorite part of doing my kids parties! ;)

  5. Cute little faces! What a fun time :)

  6. Is it wrong that I want a princess party for myself? Great ideas. Love your site.

  7. That is such a cute party. I love the paperbag pinata idea. I will have to do that. Yes, I do remember when your daughter was born. That is when I started reading your blog and realized you were in Indy! Yippee!

    xo rachel

  8. You are such a fun mommy! Those little girls were blessed. What a lovely party! Even grownups would have fun with some of those ideas.

  9. My 2.5 year old LOVES “Punzel” from Tangled, thanks for sharing!!!

  10. Beckie, this is SO cute! I LOVE the ring pops, and how have I never see the famous Paper Bag Pinata? Genius! My little girl turns 4 in March…I better get planning! Hugs :)

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