Warming: photo overload.
I posted last week on Facebook a sneak peak of my daughter’s birthday party. My daughter is very much into the princess. Her favorite of the day always changes but the all time favorites are: Rapunzel, Cinderella, and Ariel. So I wasn’t surprises when asked she wanted a Rapunzel party. As soon as she said that I went on a hunt for everything “Tangled”.
After weeks of preparations, we celebrated Madison’s birthday with a “Tangled” Party. There are so many great ideas out there for a “Tangled” party but due to budget restrain and location we had to keep it simple. Of course it’s all about DIY when it came to the party and believe it or not everything that I had planned didn’t make it into the party due to time restrain.
We had one very special guest come to the party:
She read the kids a story.
She sang them songs.
She did face painting.
She played games with them.
She took photos with the kids.
She sang “Happy Birthday” to Madison.
She was fantastic.
I think that sums it all up. I know that you are probably burning up with more details about the party so here it is:
* The banners were done by me. Very easy to do but very time consuming. I used construction paper instead of printing a template from my computer. I love how they turned out.
* My husband built the wooden boxes. They were so easy to do and we had four of them done in two days, that’s including the staining and sealing. The flowers on top are made from paper napkins.
* Since the party was later in the day, I made sure that I had plenty of healthy food to eat (not photographed) and kept the dessert table to a minimum.
* Since I knew that Rapunzel was coming to the party (a huge hit with the kids by the way), I kept the party favors to a minimum as well: a bucket filled with crayons in a cute packaging, a diy coloring/activity book, an artist palette cookie.
It definitely was “The Best Day Ever”