Monday, December 10, 2012

Snow White Birthday Party

So I decided to throw my daughter a Snow White themed 1st birthday party.  I did my research by looking online to see what I could find.  I had went to stores and looked but Disney does not make Snow White party items only for the Princess all-together.  And if I found Snow White, she was in the background.  So I had to get a little creative with my party.  Check out my daughter's 1st birthday pics:

I had the seven dwarfs made out as cut outs.  We attached them to stakes and put them in the entrance.  Also if you look way down, there is the entrance to the seven dwarf cottage including a mini door that all the guests had to come in through.

My friend made her this wreath that said Princess Gia!
A magic mirror at the entrance.  I also had a photo album with pictures of her in a Snow White costume.  I had a basket full of apple.

We had salad, veggies, mushrooms, candy apples, candy apple lolli pops, rice krispie apples, red velvet cupcakes, and a Snow White cake, and pinata.
The favor bags for the little girls were felt apple bags I found at Target.

It was alot of work but the party turned out great.  I used the red, blue, and yellow colors everywhere.  I also printed 8 X 10 pictures of her and used them as decorations, thanks to Walgreens free 8 X 10s.  I found cute little forks and spoons at Party City that come in multi colors.  The menu was simple: salad, chicken salad, chicken salad sandwiches, 7 layer dip serve in small cups for individual serving portion, and chips.  The desserts also were joined by rock candy, ring pops, pixie sticks, and chocolate covered pretzels.


Anonymous said...

Adorable. I can't believe it has been a year already. Happy Birthday little G.

Linda@portable loos said...

The best theme for a girl’s birthday party. I ‘m sure she loved it. I like the menu, especially the poison apple juice.