Princess Belle – Birthday Party Theme
I have one more special Birthday party to share with you.
The theme of this one is Princess Belle. The party was filled with little Princesses, and little Beasts.
The party area was creatively decorated with characters from Belle’s Story, which I will share with you in this post.
As a special treat, Princess Belle visited the party.
She read the Beauty and the Beast story to everyone.
Demonstrated the princess wave and curtsy, and answered many questions the curious princesses showered her with.
There was a 7 foot Princesses wall mural, as well and swags with huge tissue paper flowers all over the house, and another mural over entry door to the party.
Here we have a display of Belle, Beast, Lumiere the candelabrum, Mrs. Potts, Chip, Gaston and Maurice’s horse.
The Birthday Girl’s mom was creative with recreating the Enchanted Rose, Chip, Mrs. Potts, and Lumiere.
These two wardrobe stands were stocked with tutus, crowns, and jewelry for the Belle Princesses, as well as face masks and capes for the Beasts. There was bubble soap for boys and girls, to use during one of the activities at the party.
The costumes and accessories were part of the favors to take home, by the Princesses and Beasts.
The Princesses wardrobe included lots of costume jewelry to choose from, such as crowns, necklaces, bracelets and rings.
The Beasts wardrobe included face masks, and custom-made capes (creative use of XL tea shirts)
The visiting Princess Belle, catches everyone’s attention with showing the magic bubbles to wish upon while waving the magic wand.
She also very gracefully demonstrated the princess curtsy, while all the little girls practiced diligently, of course.
Face painting by Princess Belle, was another fun activity the little girls enjoyed.
While the older princesses enjoyed themselves outdoors on the playground, the youngest princess modeled her princess party outfit, indoors.
Here ares only some of party foods I captured on my camera, as I was too busy photographing everything else.
Chip and Mrs. Potts look absolutely lovely! Wouldn’t you agree?
What a creative way of turning a small watermelon into a cute teapot full of fruits, nicely carved out by the Birthday Princess’s mom. Great job!
I just had to share a close-up view of the Princess Belle Birthday Cake.
I hope you enjoyed this post.
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