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Whimsical Tangled Birthday Party Ideas

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Birthday girl Ashlyn requested a princess Rapunzel party for her 4th birthday and mommy, Shannon of Very Pretty Parties, got creative & playful with it! She designed a Whimsical Tangled Birthday Party decorated with yellow yarn “braids”, magical lantern centerpieces and flowers galore! And the princess herself even came for a visit while the adults enjoyed the Snuggly Duckling Pub! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS, to look out for:

  • Donut tower, pink candy bar with cinder blocks, floral vines and a blue ombre ruffle cake
  • Princess Punch, “Let’s Tangle” stamped forks, yellow yarn wrapped letters & ripped fabric bunting
  • Bright polka dot fabric table runners covered with moss runners and yellow daffodils
  • Princess Wand and Tiara girls favors and Flynn Satchels for the boys

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Shannon

This year was the first year that I didn’t have complete say in what my daughter’s birthday theme was going to be. She had a very strong opinion on the subject and decided she had to have a Rapunzel/Tangled Party. Although I have to admit I wasn’t super excited about the idea, she was, so we went with it. I wanted to make her party bright and fun and wanted to include a lot of enchanted forest aspects. I designed the invitation, all of the coordinating party printables, and made most of the party decorations.

For the cake table backdrop, I draped floral vines and hung a frame with my daughter Ashlyn’s initial in it that I “tangled” with bright yellow yarn. I also found some amazing decorative cinder blocks that looked like Rapunzel’s Tower Bricks at Lowe’s that I used as bases for some of the sweets.

The drink table was also decorated with Tower Bricks as well as the word FOUR tangled in yarn. The kid’s tables had bright polka dot fabric table runners covered with moss runners and tons of bright yellow daffodils. Each child was given a personalized gable box with snacks in it and a Pascal straw cup. All of the princesses also received a tiara and handmade wand while the boys received Flynn Satchels.

They all had fun bouncing in the bounce house and climbing “Rapunzel’s Tower” which was our outdoor play equipment draped with a 10 foot braid. The highlight on the party was the look on the children’s faces when they saw Rapunzel walk through the door. They were so excited to read books and sing songs with her while the parents relaxed at the “Snuggly Duckling” Pub. It was a beautiful day and everyone had so much fun, especially the birthday girl! She is still talking about her party and how much she misses her new Best Friend Rapunzel!

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By |2017-03-05T15:07:41+00:00May 7th, 2013|Parties for Girls, Theme Parties|

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Alyssa, and I love seeing all the inspiration on HWTM! Aside for my obvious love of design, parties, and blogging, here are a few random things about me…

1. I’ve done 3 triathlons.

2. I just got married on 3.14.15

3. I’m from Miami, Florida.

4. My 4 favorite Hostess INK collections are Birthday-saurus, Farm birthday, Baby Bistro, and Retro Rainbow.

5. I love to cook but hardly, if ever, repeat dinner recipes.


  1. @fineartofcakes May 7, 2013 at 10:43 am

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  2. Kelli-Print & Cut Your Printables May 7, 2013 at 11:42 am

    That donut cake is just too awesome! How creative! Mom did so good with all the little details!

  3. Lauren May 7, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    What a cool theme for a party. I know my kids would love that giant mound of donuts!

  4. laurie May 13, 2013 at 1:32 pm

    I would love to know where you got the Pascal cups!!! Presh party!!

  5. Jennifer September 3, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Where do u get the “let’s get tangled” forks?

  6. Jennifer September 3, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    Also the small glass mason jars?

  7. Kristina October 23, 2015 at 7:21 am

    Hello, I would like to know which font on wooden forks was used? Or where I could get this informatyion? Thank you

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