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I’m loving the trend of showcasing not just one, but all the Disney Princess into one magical party and this Disney Princess Birthday Party for Cami is colorful, cute and a perfect balance of inspiration from each fabulous princess! Michelle of I DO invitations by michelle celebrated her daughter’s 4th birthday with Rapunzel’s chocolate covered oreos, Tiana’s Mardi Gras popcorn, beautiful dress cookies… there are just too many incredible details to mention here, so be sure to read her party details and check out her incredibly talented vendors!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Enchanted Sweets Table (with desserts displayed in the order of the princesses!)
  • Colorful floral centerpieces, rainbow tissue tassel garland & Princess “Take Home Sweets” Favor Boxes
  • Cinderella cupcake toppers with fondant sewing thread, pumpkins, mice, and cheese!
  • Snow White “Poisonous Apple” red velvet cake pops + Belle’s “Red Rose” Lollipops
  • Princess crown decorating station + Story-time with Cinderella

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Michelle

This year, Cami wanted a Disney Princess party — “All of them mom, not just Cinderella!” OK, you got it! :) I decided to host it in the afternoon and have an “Enchanted Sweets Table” only instead of serving food as well. I like styling a fun sweets table for the guests but it often goes untouched b/c people are too full, etc. so this way it wold help eliminate that and it definitely did! Everything was gone – thanks to the handy little Take Home Sweet Boxes I made and encouraged everyone to fill up before they left. :)

The “theme” for the dessert table was that everything was displayed in order of the princesses going from left to right on the table: Carmen from The Flair Exchange even made her tassel garland in that specific order: Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Tiana, Rapunzel.

For Snow White, I ordered apple shaped cake pops from Lillycakes. For Cinderella, Lynlee from Lynlee’s Petite Cakes made the most amazing fondant toppers for the cupcakes and I also ordered elegant piping on more cake pops. For Aurora, I used hot pink and yellow Gumballs from Polka Dot Market to signify Aurora’s “GEMballs” in Sleeping Beauty. For Ariel, I purchased red, purple and green sixlets and displayed them in a glass jar to resemble Ariel herself. For Belle, I purchased rose lollipop printable favor boxes from Piggy Bank Parties to signify the enchanted red rose in Beauty and the Beast and filled them with Tootsie Pops. For Jasmine, Kelly from Lillycakes made aqua, black and gold Cake Pops for some “Arabian Nights” magic. For Tiana, delicious popcorn in Mardi Gras colors made by Oh Goodie Designs was just perfect to signify the New Orleans feel of Princess and The Frog. Lastly, for Rapunzel, Maria of Love & Sugar Kisses made the most perfect {and delicious} chocolate covered oreos using the popular sun image seen throughout the movie along with Rapunzel’s long braided hair. SO cute! The most beautiful {and super tasty} dress cookies I’ve ever seen were made by Sandy of Firefly Confections and more amazingly perfect cookies (crowns, shoes. stars, wands) were made by The Cookie Jar. Cami’s cake was oh so pretty – made by Paige of Polka Dot Bakery. Beautiful vintage frame fondant toppers with the #4 made by Brittany of Edible Details also topped the chocolate cupcakes.

After everyone arrived, the kids decorated their own crowns using gems, stickers, etc. I ordered the crown making kit from Shop Sweet Lulu and the supplies to decorate the crowns were from Michaels.

The best part? Cinderella made an appearance (and brought along Spiderman, too). Cami LOVED Cinderella who read all the kids a story and played parachute with them. She got a little scared of Spiderman though but the boys had fun shooting webs with him. I used all of Cami’s Princess dolls to display on the mantle along with some of my favorite photos of her.

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