When I asked Little Miss what kind of birthday party she wanted, she answered without hesitation. A Princess Birthday Party!
Little Miss is your typical 3-year-old girl. She loves anything princess and dress-up. I wanted to save the Disney princess party until she was a little older, so I went with a more generic princess party. And she had a blast!
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Princess Birthday Party Food
When we party, we BBQ.
Hubby grills up some amazing chicken legs, including his own BBQ sauce.
The sides can be round-up from gardens and farmers’ markets.
Little Miss’ favorite foods are Mac & Cheese and Watermelon, so I made sure to include those on the menu.
I used a crown-shaped cake pan for the cake.
To make the pink frosting, I added some beet powder to our go-to frosting recipe from Can You Stay For Dinner.
And what is a princess cake without sprinkles? The sprinkles that I used have been discontinued. But here are some other natural ideas.
Princess Birthday Party Activity
Yep, that’s a cardboard play castle. Filled with princess dress-up accessories.
And it was a success!
Check out the step-by-step instructions for this giant cardboard castle.
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