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Planning a Toddler Princess Party

Kiddie Soiree: Planning a Regal Fete

It's that time of year again — my daughter's birthday is on the horizon. I've got one month to pull a fabulous fete together and I'm bringing you all along for the ride. A princess adoring darling, I've decided to deck our home out with crowns, scepters, and bejeweled cupcakes. But before I can do anything, I must order and send out the invitations.

A popular theme to boot, the options are endless. The pink and purple castles would be enticing if we had a jumpy house but alas, we won't. The tiaras clearly indicate the type of party to expect but I quite like the silhouette with the pigtails and crooked crown to the right. It shows the playfulness of a 3-year-old best.

Which of the invitations below do you like best?

lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
Super cute. We had a princess party for my youngest and did that Barbie cake, where the skirt us the cake and the doll is in the center. I glued a crown to the dolls head so it was a princess cake. Got the crown off one of those feather crown pens that are sold about everywhere mow: come in pink or purple :)
jenni5 jenni5 8 years
I like the Pink Princess invite.
Zivanod Zivanod 8 years
Little Princess by Tiny Prints is my favourite. The silhouette one is my second favourite.
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