Earlier this month Anne turned 3!
She is all about all thing princess right now so we threw her a Princess Party
We decided to keep things low-key and just did a family party. She loved it!
Most of the decorations were scavenged from around our house and the whole thing cost us about $15
Dollar Tree: paper plates, cups, napkins, crowns, birthday banner, balloons, streamers ($7)
Party Favors: card stock from my stash and Hershey Kisses ($4)
Decorations: Princess fabric for table, tulle garland and princesses from around the house
The cake was a bit of a disaster but Anne thought it was gorgeous so all in all we’ll call it a win Barbie Belle was a bit taller than anticipated…
And then I ran out of frosting and had to make my own which was too runny
Instructions from Betty Crocker here
Luckily it was tasty!
The party favors were my favorite part. I made “glass slippers” using this free printable from the Daily Digi
I filled the toe with a bit of tissue paper and then we loaded them up with kisses. To save on time I used double-sided cardstock so the insides were already pretty
Not a fancy affair by any means but Anne was ecstatic all night long!
So don’t stress when planning parties for 3 year olds… they are pretty easy to please
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Amy is the founder and owner of Peek-a-Boo Pattern shop. She is a wife and mother to 3 children. Amy loves to sew, read and spend time outdoors.
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