The invitations have been sent, the party location, entertainment and cake are ordered. So many big details attended to, and SO many more to put together. This year our princess so predictably decided on a Frozen birthday party theme. Here is our plan so far!
I created these using Picmonkey and am really happy with how they turned out! I am getting pretty good at designing these things. To save money the dimensions were set at a 4×6 size and printed using Target Photo! $5.60 for 30 invites sounds perfect to me!
I decided to splurge on some fun entertainment. Mainly because the tiny princess told many folks that Anna and Elsa will be at her Birthday party. So I found the Princess Ever After AMAZING princess company here in Denver with wonderful reviews and booked a queen and a princess to join us for the day. I am elated to see the little girls (and boys) eyes light up when they meet these two!
I need to admit two things. First, I can bake very well and I could probably make this cake with no problem, however that brings me to the second thing. I love the dang whipped frosting from Target. It is a bonus that they have this super adorable cake for the princesses ideal birthday party. So no I am not baking, and yes I will break diet just to eat the frosting off this cake.
I am happily pinning ideas over on Pinterest for decor, goody bags and other fun. Follow along and send me some ideas!
So what do you think? I know my princess is going to love every second of it and I bet that I can keep it under our $300.00 budget!