- Jacksonville, FL
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Tinkerbell Party (16 photos)
This year my youngest baby wanted a Tinkerbell for her sweet 8th birthday theme. This is really the first girly party (sorry if that's no longer politically correct or offends anyone) she herself has asked for and I was ready to pounce on it and make it big on a budget.
Everyone loved the streamer wall I did. I love finishing things with details. I've seen other cute streamer walls but they look so unfinished to me personally. I'm a little OCD at times so details matter to me more than others sometimes. I added duct tape and masking tape to the top and bottom of them then added ribbon, hearts and butterflys to it. I left some straight and twisted others. I loved it, had to give myself a pat on the back for that one.
My splurge for this party was the Tinkerbell backdrop, about $6, I put over my window and added streamers and DIY flower balloons. (I'm getting pretty good at balloon making these days, I can't beleive what others charge for it and I enjoy it often). Streamers was the next splurge at about $5. The cake was the biggest at $25, I found it at publix and loved the theme that matched the lastest Tinkerbell movie my daughter always watches. (If I had found the cake first I would have went with both the frozan Tink and regular Tink ideas). I found Tinkerbell balloons, yes you guessed it, at my fav place Dollar Tree. About $3 for them. Invites for a $1 at Big Lots, Lime green square plates for $2 at Big lots and Tinkerbell desert plates and napkins on clearance for $1 either Target or Walmart I beleive. The centerpeice I left simple using green moss found at Dollar Tree and the butterflys from there too. Had the little ladybugs and star wands already from past parties.