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Party was great. SO it started with about an hour to mingle and say hello. Then the girls sat we served tea, and snacks. Then we started the games first we decorated a crown, then we played princess bingo, and then we played pin the kiss on the frog, then was musical chairs, which was kinda scary because at the 3/4/5 age its really iffy as far as losing but they all did really well. Then we did cupcakes, presents and the candy buffet. It was about 3 hours long and dd loved it all. I made most of the decorations myself which was nice but received lots of help from family and friend because of all the help it didn't cost more than 100$ but I borrowed tables and chairs, and a few friends made food, took pics so it didn't cost alot but looked really pretty. I didn't get enough pics of the tea sets they were so cute wish I would have.
Arianna saying thank you for coming to everyone, and hugging her friends goodbye
Most Touching Moment
the hugging good bye they are soo adorable at that age
When the kids were playing musical chairs, I was shocked at the competitiveness and the cuteness they all really wanted to win.
they all were soo cute.
What People Ate
We had tea party foods so tuna sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly, , tea, crackers, cheese, salami, pigs in a blanket,
What People Drank
The cutest princess tea party ever!!!!!
pretzel with chocolate, cake pops, brownies, cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries,
Activities / Games
pin the kiss on the frog, decorate a crown, musical chairs, and princess bingo
100$ made everything myself and borrowed lots of stuff
princess accessories, party bags from candy buffet, cake pops