A Party Fit for a Princess

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My daughter has a summer birthday, which can be a good thing, or a challenging thing. It’s a good thing for my husband and I because we don’t feel obligated to provide a class party or invite everyone in the class to an elaborate private party. But it can be challenging for my daughter because she’s at an age where she has’t really started exchanging phone numbers with her friends at school, and getting in touch to invite them to a summertime birthday party can be a challenge.

This year, thanks to Walmart and Disney, what we couldn’t deliver in numbers, we delivered in atmosphere and fun. We received a veritable TON of Disney Princess party products to create a fairytale castle in our living room.

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We got everything from a tablecloth and cupcake tower to table decor, party bags, favors, bottles of bubbles, a princess photo backdrop, plates and cups, party games and a ton more. We plan on getting a photo booth here’s more Information. Find more interesting ideas on how to make your holiday or party unforgettable at Inside Out Booth website.

It felt great to see my princess really get into setting up for her party. And she did get to invite about 5 friends and we had family stop by to fill out the roster.

The cupcake tower was the centerpiece of the table.

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Pretty awesome, if I do say so myself.

We also dressed up the front door…

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…along with a gift table.

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We set up a princess photo booth area so the kids could take fun photos “with” their favorite princess.

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And we had cake. Lots and lots of cake. Well, cupcakes, anyway.

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More than that, we had a great time.

I love this series of products, because you can stick to just the basics, if you prefer (goody bags and cake plates, or example), or invest in the whole line to create a completely immersive party experience. Due to space restrictions and the fact that this was a small-ish party, I’d say we probably used a little more than half the products we received. A lot of them could be saved and reused, including the cupcake tower (which we used as a great alternative to a cake that had to be sliced and served), tablecloth and photo backdrop.

By next year, my daughter will probably feel like she’s too old for a princess party, but we can definitely pass all of this on to a friend or family member who has a little girl. This year, this great line of products made her princess party feel like the real thing, and that works for me.

DISCLOSURE: As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received product samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Kristina Daniele August 5, 2013, 8:27 pm

    You daughter is absolutely beautiful!

    Princess parties are so much fun, although I do relate to the summer birthday issues. My birthday is August 30 so I never had many school kids at my parties. And my daughter is homeschooled so that limits our number as well. But truthfully, what matters is that she knows she is loved, right?!

    I love the decorations and they make great tea-party decorations after too.

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