My sweet little girl is turning two and when trying to decide what to do for her party, i just had to go with a Cinderella inspired birthday because she is quite obsessed with all things Cinderella and Disney princess. Pastel blue is Cinderella’s color so we went with a pastel princess birthday party theme. I thought blue was a bit too boyish so i incorporated some purple in the theme to make it a little more feminine. Our local inflatables shop had a Cinderella castle so i booked that, booked the face painter, and got to designing the printables.
This party was a little rushed since it’s only been 4 weeks since i had my newborn son so things have been a little lot hectic around here. I was looking for the perfect carriage that i could keep as well and found this little gem. Isn’t it precious? We’ll be using this in her room as part of the overall decor. Can’t wait to reuse it in future years as well. It’s just the perfect princess table decoration!
Other blue and purple decor goodies are from the ever amazing Hobby Lobby. I wanted to use plastic mason jars and plastic kiddie cups so i wouldn’t have any broken glass to clean up. There is just too much commotion at birthday parties to have to worry about that.
I designed party circles which we used on our gumball favors and on the table banner as well as the tent cards for food labeling and water bottle labels around mini bottles. All candy was purchased from Oh Nuts, our favorite candy supplier.
Our adorable cupcake/straw pop stand came from our friends at Cupcake Stand. isn’t it perfect? You can use however many tiers you need and each shelf is reversible to go from cupcake stand to straw pop stand in just a turn of your wrist. What an amazing idea!
To match the printables, we use the stripe light purple, stripe light blue, and stripe gray paper straws along with the chevron light blue and dot light blue goodie bags and damask aqua and damask purple baking cups.