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The inspiration for this party came directly from my daughter, she was very clear on what she wanted for her 4th birthday. She loves everything Princess and Pink. I directed her towards the Princess and the Pea, rather than a Disney theme and she fell for the book instantly. We added the pajamas and pancakes for flair and fun. I also chose to have a home party because she doesn't do as well at other party venues. She loved it and was completely comfortable and oh so excited.
Each girl arrived dressed in their PJ's and were directed to 3 activities....craft station, face painting, and quick toe/finger nail polishing. After activities they all (20 little girls) sat down for a yummy pancake breakfast. They then were treated to the Princess and the Pea Story and 3 or 4 games. After, we all sang Happy Birthday and had our cupcake treat!
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All of them dressed up in PJ's.
Yummy cupcakes and cake
Activities / Games
Craft Station, Face Painting, Nail Polish station, Story time, Find the Pea game, freeze dance.
When my daughter first saw the room setup. She was so excited and happy, grateful. It made me cry.
What People Ate
All the kids ate pancakes and fruit. The adults had a bagel brunch spread.
What People Drank
Kids had adorable little mason jars filled with apple juice. Adults had juice, soda, water.
Most Touching Moment
When she told me that her birthday party was so gorgeous.
The freeze dancing.