Cinderella Party


On Saturday we hosted a Cinderella Party to celebrate the Disney Cinderella Diamond edition movie release. Our Royal Party was filled with plenty treats, games, and a whole lot of fun.We had a great time inviting friends over for a movie watching party and the girls dressed in their fanciest ensembles.

Cinderella Party Ideas

Planning this party was a lot of fun. We were headed on vacation and I knew I wanted to keep things as simple as possible. But that didn’t stop me from getting a little creative with the decor! The best part about it is I used items I already had on hand from my daughters Fancy Nancy party.

While browsing pinterest for Cinderella party ideas I found several Cinderella pumpkin carriages and I instantly fell in love with the idea. My main inspiration came from this Cinderella pumpkin. I didn’t actually assemble a carriage, mine was mainly just for decor. I simply purchased a glittered pumpkin and sat two mini white pumpkins against it. I added rhinestone scrapbooking brads to the center of each one to give them a little sparkle.

Cinderella Party Ideas

The pomander balls were from her birthday party that I’ve been using as decor in her room. Luckily the pink and glittered pins worked perfectly with our Cinderella party.

DIY Pomander Ball

Then there’s the Cinderella glass slipper party favors I shared a few weeks ago. The boys were even excited about them, not that they would ever admit to it. I think the fact that there was candy inside the bags might have had something to do with it.

Cinderella Party Ideas

The pink feather boa wreath is also from her birthday. I simply tied blue ribbon from it to hang on the wall. I found the cups at Walmart when I went shopping for party supplies a few weeks ago. I have to say I’m really impressed with the design and the pink straws matched our theme perfectly.

Cinderella Party

Cinderella Party Ideas

Along with all the party fun we’ve been playing the Royal Ball app which might be the cutest app ever. It’s an interactive app that allows you to take pictures and see yourself within the app. You can design your own gown, carriage, and even dance in the ball room! It’s really cute, the app will tell you to spin left or right and spins with you. My daughter who loves to twirl around is really enjoying this on my iPhone.

To learn more about the Cinderella DVD release connect with Disney on:
◦ Disney Twitter – Cinderella Facebook – Disney Princess Facebook

 

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  1. says

    You did a great job! Love the Cinderella. At Target, they have so many of the diamond edition themed things right now! We are going to Disney for Christmas and trying not to buy too much before then, but man is it hard! :D

  2. Shannon Russ says

    Very cute! I’m planning on having a Disney Princess party for my daughter’s 3rd birthday in March and this gave me some great ideas! I love the glittery pumpkin, pomander balls, cinderella slipper favors & pink feather boa wreath!

  3. says

    I love the pumpkin carriage! I am your newest follower via GFC and would be so happy if you could visit my blog and return some of the “blog love.” Have a great Tuesday!

  4. says

    I love this party! i will have to keep your adorable ideas in mind for my daughters future big days. Those glittery pumpkins are so cute and the tiny pink flowers…i am in love.

  5. Danielle says

    I am in LOVE with the crowns and glass slippers! My daughter is turning three soon and I would love to have these at her party! Help me please haha, how did you make them?

    • says

      Danielle » Hi Danielle, I used my Cricut machine and the Princess Party cartridge to make them. I hope that helps, thanks for stopping by!

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