Each of the girls received this princess invitation a month before with their own mini wand to get them excited.
At the front door they were greeted with this princess crown door sign.
My daughter was absolutely thrilled that the "real" Cinderella came to her party. It was the hit by far for all the girls. She did their make-up, they danced, and she read a princess story.
The princess crown happy birthday banner going into the party room.
Another view in 2 layers.
The Princess table.
Each girl had their own special seat with a crown, place card, and gift bag full of goodies to use at the party. Jewelry, lip gloss, nail polish, and more.
A close up of the princess crown place cards.
A close up of the princess crown party bags. So cute and easy for each girl to have their own. Who doesn't love their name on something.
Tissue poms above table.
Mini table poms and crowns found in the craft store dollar section. A little paint and a cute decoration for very inexpensive. Amazing where you can find inspiration.
A close up look at the princess crown centerpiece.
A boa at each chair added so much color.
Nail Polish station. I found these silver trays at the Dollar store. It was a simple way to make it look a little more royal.
Cinderella's make up station and wands for each girl.
The princess cake.
Even pink inside.
My little girl and her bestie. They both turn 4 a day apart. We get to attend her ballet party tomorrow. So excited to see it all come together.
Happy Birthday Girls!