Pink Princess Party Part 2-The who, what, when, where, and how-to

As promised I gathered all the how-to info from the girls Pink Princess Party!

I will start off by saying I am a hoarder…I love to go thrift store shopping, and a lot of times I buy a lot of crap for no reason what so ever. BUT when a party rolls around I am able to put all the crap to use :). So I would say 90% of the stuff I used for the party was bought either at a thrift store or on clearance! Otherwise my kids would be eating canned beans for the next 6 months due to party expenses… 🙂

I think it goes with out saying that my goal for this party was to make it pink PiNk PINK! That was including the food :)!

So here it is! If there is anything I missed or anything you would like to know just comment below or email me! 🙂

Sweet Pea’s Frilly Dress: I found this at a kids boutique in Las Vegas // Boo’s Lace Dress // Matching Headbands

A lot of my decorations were either re-used from last years birthday, OR I bought them on clearance or at thrift stores. For example, the pink crystal circles in the vases were only 50 cents on clearance at Hobby Lobby :). The sticks were a house decor item that was in my garage not being used. I spray painted them pink and used them for the center pieces.

I also used $1 store table clothes and draped them from the ceiling. Note: if you use a staple gun…it will make holes! 😉

The chandeliers were made from lampshade that I bought at the thrift store. You just take off the fabric from the lampshade, and wrap ribbon around the wires.

I also tied beads that I stranded, ribbon, and tulle bows.

 

These candy filled jars I originally saw on Pink Pistachio. I of coarse gave them a pink makeover! 🙂 I used old baby food jars that I had been saving, spray painted the lids pink, and glued silver crowns on top.// Silver Crowns from Party City.

The pink drink table was thrifted, and I seriously contemplated whether or not to paint it because I loved the original! We spray painted it pink and my mom dressed it up in fancy tulle!

The mason jar cups were tied with a piece of tulle and a strip of burlap. We then made tags to go along with it.

Princess Crown Stamps // White Tags // Pink Stripped Straws (I found them at marshalls, 100 for $5!)

Cinderella Stamp // Princess Cookie Cutters

Princess Cake Mold //

Princess Wands from the $1 store // Fruit Princess Wands

Strawberry Basil Chicken Salad: I didn’t really measure but I added chicken, strawberries, dried cranberries, grapes, chopped basil, and strawberry puree to make the dressing pink. I also added mayo and a little honey and dijon.

Goat Cheese Bruschetta

Wood boards from Michaels // Paint Pen from Michaels // Wood Stain from Home Depot // Yard Sticks from Home Depot

I think my princesses, included me, are all partied out for a while! Maybe when they are 16 right?? 🙂 I have to give a special thanks to my wonderful family that helped a lot, especially taking care of the kids while I turned my parents house into party central. And I’m sorry dad that I used a staple gun in your walls to hang almost everything. I’m such an awesome daughter… 🙂

Now…Let’s get back to some healthy living shall we??

 

 

 

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  1. I used to shop at thrift stores all the time! It’s fun because you never know what you will kind. I love how creative you are! Those wooden signs are adorable!

  2. Love everything!! So detail oriented!! I have to plan my little one’s first birthday for oct. It’s so overwhelming where to begin:) Do you have the recipe for the strawberry basil chicken salad?? Looks delish and so does the bruschetta!! Btw where did you get the white framed blackboard? Love it!!

  3. Love the pink jars! Everything has so much detail, you are such a great mom Ari 🙂

  4. Thanks for linking to our fruit kebobs! Your blog is adorable- if you ever want to guest post on Somewhat Simple, we’d love to have you! 🙂

    • I should thank YOU! I loved the idea, and it worked PERFECTLY with the part :)!
      And thank yo for the offer, I might have to take you up on that!

  5. Does your candy smell like spray paint tho???

  6. No it doesn’t :). If you let the lids sit outside for at least 24 hours and completely dry they work well.

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