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{Under the Sea} Princess Mermaid Party

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Princess mermaid birthday cake

Welcome to Princess Lagoon where the starfish have sparkles, seahorses are pink and mermaids wear princess crowns! Mommy, Alexandra of Enchanted Events & Design must have been swimming in creativity to dream up such a magical 5th birthday for her daughter Taline, because this Princess Mermaid Party is an under the sea wonder!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • DIY paper lantern jellyfish with crepe paper tentacles + hanging fish nets filled with balloons
  • “Fish-scale” table runners made from circular place mats
  • Birthday girl photo table with big pink brass ship centerpiece
  • Creative “sushi” roll up sandwiches, crab apples, goldfish snacks and a adorable Princess Mermaid cake

Fish net filled balloons

Princess crowns drink stirrers

Under the Sea goldfish snacks

Under the Sea princess mermaid party

Mermaid Party Decorations

Mermaid party drinks

Mermaid margaritas

Seahorse and starfish cookies

Ocean themed dessert table

Mermaid party food

Blue Chocolate Fountain

Under the sea birthday party

Colorful jellyfish paper lanterns

Red Flowery Five

Birthday princess

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Alexandra

My daughter was turning 5 and she loves water and princesses! I knew I had to throw her a Under the Sea party with lots of mermaid princesses. For inspiration I scoured the internet and dollar stores for budget friendly ideas! I then searched through her room and the rest of the house looking for anything resembling a water theme… And I scored big!!!

At the dollar store I found all the favors for the party. I set out a few options for kids to choose from since we had an array of ages. There were some amazing water shooters (watch out parents), mermaid puzzles, and glowing rubber sea anemones. I also grabbed a bunch of pink, green and blue oval rubber place mats and layered them down the tables as runners so they resembled fish scales.

I decorated the inside of my husbands giant (and forever empty) fish tank with a fun water scene to help decorate the dining area where we were serving all of the adult drinks (“Mer&