This week we’re excited to share a lovely princess themed party from Sarah at SurreyMama. Here’s what Sarah has to say about her daughter’s 4th birthday party!
Amelie has three things she would love to be, a Princess, a Mermaid or a Fairy so when I asked her what kind of party she’d like this year I wasn’t sure which one we’d be having…
She chose a Princess party so with the help of Party Pieces who have what I think are the best range of decorations we ordered and were so excited to look through everything that would bring Amelie’s Princess Party to life.
On the day of the party Amelie was keen to help with the setup, she desperately wanted to blow up the balloons and help hang the decorations, she was just so excited to see everything come together!
Amelie’s birthday falls in July and it’s usually warm and sunny, this year even more so than any other birthday so we were absolutely fine with our bets for a garden party.
We decided to use half the decorations outside and the other half inside around and on our kitchen table where the party food and Amelie’s cakes would sit.
The party theme was a Princess party so I used some of the inspiration and products in the Party Pieces Princess section which were all a pale pink and then added rose gold accessories and decorations.
On the main party table I used a plain white table cloth we already had and then added the decorations. We added Princess wands, party hats in rose gold and Princess cups, plates, napkins and matching paper straws.
I baked some pink cup cakes and used some beautiful cake toppers which were a mixture of Pom Poms and pretty dresses all made out of a tulle material.
Behind the table we had a giant four balloon in rose gold which looked stunning next to all the pale pink and a bunch of pink balloons inflated with helium the other side. We had a lot of balloons at the party, they are Amelie’s favourite thing. She especially loved the confetti balloons that looked like huge bubbles with pink glitter inside.
The girls had been busy making unicorn balloons with a super kit from Party Pieces so these were played with before the party started and displayed around the living area.
Outside we had a rose gold ‘happy birthday’ balloon on our main wall surrounded by the confetti balloons and a giant pink balloon. As guest arrived into our garden there was a giant pink banner from the Princess range personalised with ‘happy birthday Amelie’.
Party Pieces also have lots of party entertainment, we chose a pink piñata which the children loved! I’ve never seen such excitement.
We had a wonderful birthday party for Amelie and everyone had a brilliant time. I loved the mixture of the rose gold and Princess decorations and all the little ones were thrilled with their Princess party bags filled with goodies.