By Delit Lemonnier. Birthday Decorations. Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 00:52:18 AM.
Princess Party Invitations – Since princess themed birthday parties are so popular these days, many stores have capitalized on it. A huge array of princess invitations can be found in almost any stationary store, and if you decide to go with a Disney princess theme party your options are even greater. Still, there's something to be said for creating your own invitations. If you decide to go that route, rather than being an extra pre-party chore you can make it something fun and exciting to do with your little girl. The internet is an unlimited source for great princess images. With some construction paper, glue, glitter, and color-printed cutouts, you and your little one can create your own personalized birthday invitations. A simple roll of princess stickers from a stationary store or online auction can be used to decorate and seal the envelopes. If you check your local post office, you may even be able to find matching stamps.
In 3rd place we have yet another Disney franchise, Disney Princess. There are so many of them now that it's hard to keep track, but Cinderella, Ariel, Snow White, Mulan, Aurora, Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, Jasmine and Pocahontas are the current members of the troop. The princesses are a great choice of birthday party theme and all the party supplies and accessories in this theme look really pretty. The most prominent characters are Cinderella, Belle, Snow White and Jasmine wearing their gorgeous dresses, but Arielle and Aurora also feature strongly. Again I would recommend the lovely tiaras, also check out the decorations and the balloons. This theme can easily be mixed with a plain colour theme as long as you choose pink, purple or some other pastel colour that matches your favourite princess.
Princess Themed Arts and Crafts – Your choices here are near limitless. Make a quick trip to the craft store for beads and string, and have each party-goer create his or her own royal necklace. Use different colored pearls and jeweled beads for girls, shaped beads and small amulet pendants for boys. Crowns are another excellent choice – buy some plain plastic crowns and tiaras and allow the children to decorate them using a glue stick, glitter, stickers, washable markers, and whatever 'jewels' they want. Once fully adorned, another fantastic idea involves each partygoer creating his or her own treasure box. Beforehand, stock up on some empty baby wipe containers and spray paint them silver or gold. Allow each child to decorate the box the way they decorated the crown, writing their name on the bottom. Finally, each princess should have her own magic wand, and each prince his own sword (if you forsee swords causing problems, boys can be given ribbon sashes instead). Kits are available or you can do it yourself. Decorate these as well, and everyone will go home in their absolute finest royal trappings.
Having been around for even longer than what Bob the Builder has, Thomas the tank engine is amazingly still very popular. Boys love this Thomas, especially the younger boys and in the age group from 2 to 5 Thomas is a safe bet. You are able to get a vast variety of table ware, party decorations and accessories for this theme, balloons, cake tins, edible cake images, you name it. Look out for the cool bouncy balls! You will also be able to get many nice trinkets and gadgets for this theme to put in your loot bags. Thomas is always smiling and happy and will make a great theme for any boy's birthday party.
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