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I finally get my chance to organize a girls Party. In our family there are 10 boys, including my own and only two girls.This year our little “Foofie” (as we like to call her) is turning 3. It was hard to figure out what type of Party to plan for a 3 yr. old. Sophie is your typical little girl but she is surrounded with boys. So when I asked her what type of Party she wanted, she went from Superheroes to Princesses. Rather than choose a Disney theme, I put something together that reflected Sophie. Her room is apple green and pink. She loves to play with dolls, Lego Duplo Princess’s, Barbie and "pretend". She also tends to want anything that her brothers are playing with but I wanted to keep this Party “girly”.
What People Drank
Although this was a 3rd Birthday Party it was also a family gathering so my sister and I decided to make bottle wrappers for the adults as well as for the kids. It was pretty funny watching the men walk around with “girly” beers!
Although most of the kids attending were boys (mostly family), I went with the pretty and pink theme anyway. The boys would just have to suffer through all the “girly” stuff for the day. After all it was Sophie’s day!
I created a pretty pink and green banner with Sophie’s name on the ends and then made some tissue pompoms to hang around the house.
I found glitter scrapbook paper at Michaels and used it behind the cupcake toppers. Who doesn't like icecream cake! This was not only a party for my nieces 3rd birthday but also a celebration for another family members 39th birthday. On the cake was written "Happy Birthday to the Princesses"
I printed out the Favor Bag circles with a Thank You message from Sophie. At the back of each one I glued a scalloped circle that I cut out on my Silhouette. I found the polka dot ribbon at the Dollar Store and the bags at the local party store.