Family Fun Feature: Disney Princess Party

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Boys, boys, boys…that’s all I talk about, right? Well, I’m a boy mom so cars and trucks and dirt and bodily functions…this is my life. Well, truth be known, I want a girl. I need  a girl. I would love to have a girl to throw girly parties and play with our hair and nails together. I would dress her in frilly dresses and put bows in her hair (which my boy would totally love because he has a thing for girls with bows) and we would have tea parties all the time!

A couple of weeks ago I told you about my little sister having her baby girl and I have been doting on her as much as I possibly can, but I haven’t stopped there. I’ve been looking around the internet for girly things (and praying more for my baby girl to come along as well) and I am once again inspired to share a dream party with you all.

Check out this Disney Princess Dream Party from my friend, Randi from Dukes and Duchesses…


Disney Princess Party #DreamParty

A Princess Celebration #DreamParty 

I created this Princess celebration as part of a sponsored post for Collective Bias® and their client. #DreamParty #cbias
I love hosting themed playdates and parties for my kids, making a celebration out of regular days.  Like most girls, my younger girls love the Disney Princesses so a princess-themed morning sounded ideal to them.  We invited a couple of friends over and, using Disney-themed items found at Walmart, had a very pink, very fun time!  With an entire line of decorations and activities from Hallmark, hosting a themed playdate was simple and convenient.  I made one stop at Walmart and found everything we needed to create our princess party.
One of the easiest ways to create a playdate is by setting the table according to the theme.  I wanted the girls to feel as though they had walked into the Princess Zone when they saw the table…read more here!

Do you have a special girl in your life who would love to have a Disney Princess Party?


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