Snow White Birthday Party Ideas
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We can’t think of a better Princess to help celebrate your birthday than Snow White – she is the Fairest One of All after all. When it comes to creating a magical party for your guests that is full of wishing wells, seven dwarfs and poisoned apples we have found some amazing ideas to make sure the birthday child and their guests have a wonderful time as they celebrate with a smile and a song.
When it comes to making your Snow White Party truly magical, you should consider hiring an actress from your local princess party entertainment company (like Dancing Princess Parties) to portray the character of Snow White. Remember that Snow White is a copyrighted character so you will be requesting a character that may be inspired by Snow White like our Princess White as Snow. If you are not able to locate a company locally, you may even be able to request a Virtual Party visit.
You will want to be sure the birthday child is dressed for the day in their royal attire. If you are celebrating a Princess, we love this Snow White Princess Gown and it’s multiple accessories. If your birthday child is a little Prince Charming, he can also look the part in his very own Royal Prince garment.
Snow White has some of the best color schemes (in our humble opinion) and finding the perfect rich gold, apple red and royal blue decor is just what any Snow White themed party needs.
Take this backdrop for example. We can’t think of a more beautiful motif to set behind your Cake Table to welcome the birthday child and their party guests. You can also add a cardboard cut out of Snow White and her Seven Dwarfs to sit in front of your cake table. Your party guests will love to take their photos next to the cutouts until your Character Entertainment arrives. No Cake Table would be complete without a Table Skirt! We love this Yellow Tulle Table Skirt made by BaileyHadaParty Shop on Etsy. If you want just the right finishing touch, contact a local balloon decor service like Denver Balloon Decor to create an amazing Balloon Archway to highlight your lovely cake table.
No Cake Table would be complete without…the cake itself! The cake can be commissioned by a local bakery like the Honeycombe Custom Cakes and French Macarons located in Denver to create a character or theme based cake. You could also choose to purchase a plain cake from your local grocery store and decorate it with a cake topper. You also have the option to forgo the cake completely and hire a local bakery to make cupcakes or cakepops for the occasion.
When it comes to thanking your guests for their participation you have an assortment of ideas at your disposal. One option would be to send each guest home with one of these adorable apples full of treats and candies. They could also whistle on their way home with these fun plastic whistles. You could also double up your party games and party favors with a magic mirror craft that your guests can take home!
With Stay at Home orders in place across Colorado, parents are struggling with how to make their child’s birthday extra special. Dancing Princess Parties has been spreading magic across Colorado since 2015 and we are excited to provide your family the perfect opportunity for a birthday celebration that your child will remember forever: A Princess Driveway Visit!
A Driveway Visit is $60 and includes:
- 1 Princess
- Princess Meeting and Dance
- Gift Mailed to the Home
- Princess Greeting emailed to your child
Your princess can even stay and wave to your friends at your birthday parade!
We can also help you celebrate these special events as well:
- Celebrating your Child’s Achievements
- Just looking for a “Pick Me Up”
We are here to brighten your day!
We currently are limiting our Princess Driveway Visits to residence who live in Parker, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Littleton and Southern Aurora.
Hello November! With November arriving, we are feeling the excitement of the Holidays fast approaching… starting with Thanksgiving! Being Thankful and Grateful is important throughout the year, but Thanksgiving gives us the time to come together and celebrate what we are thankful for! We thought about all the Princess Characters in our library, and the one that we thought fit with our November Vibe: Thankful the most, was Classic Belle! Classic Belle sacrificed her freedom to save her father and was thankful that the Beast didn’t keep her locked in the dungeon. During “Be our Guest” the enchanted objects served her a marvelous feast – similar to one we may have on Thanksgiving. She was also thankful for all the Beast gave her while in his care and she grew to love him. We are excited to feature this Classic Beauty in our November Vibe: Thankful Post!
November Vibe: Thankful
If you’re planning a November Themed party, we recommend a “Be our Guest!” inspired party from Beauty and the Beast! We love Pinterest and wanted to share with you some Pin-spiration for your next “Be our Guest!” inspired party! We even found this pin with the full “Be our Guest!” list of recipes! How about this adorable “Be our Guest!” Dinner Party! Or have you considered a “Be our Guest” inspired Breakfast Soiree? Don’t forget, our Classic Belle would love to entertain you at any of your “Be our Guest” inspired parties! In fact, she would be truly thankful!
You’re probably gearing up for your annual Thanksgiving feasts. On our list of recipes, we have our turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato hash, green bean casserole, butternut squash soup, apple bacon salad, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, cranberry sauce, and more! What was on the menu of the first Thanksgiving feast that happened in November of 1621? Records show that the Colony governor sent men on a “fowling” mission. Turkey was a common fowl in the region, but it is not known if turkey was in fact the fowl that was eaten on that first Thanksgiving. What is known, is that fish and shellfish made up the majority of the first Thanksgiving meal, which is uncommon in modern time. What was absent at the time was potatoes – it wasn’t popular among the colonists and they did not bring any potatoes on the Mayflower. Also in November 1621, the colonists celebrated their first autumn harvest. They most likely ate the newly grown fruits and vegetables from that first harvest which likely included onions, beans, lettuce, spinach, cabbage, carrots and perhaps peas. Corn may have also been served but in the form of a porridge. Fruits consumed may have included blueberries, plums, grapes, gooseberries, raspberries and cranberries. What about pumpkin pie? While the colonists and Wampanoag tribe ate pumpkins and squash- they didn’t have butter or wheat to make the pie crust.
Obviously all of the food we eat today at Thanksgiving, is much different than what Belle ate at the Beast’s Castle when the enchanted objects served her the great feast…that’s because it all took place in France! If Belle were to celebrate a Thanksgiving meal (which would also be unlikely since France is not a country that celebrates a Thanksgiving). She would eat beef ragout, cheese soufflé, pie and pudding en flambé as the song mentions! She’d also probably enjoy duck or pork over a turkey, she may even have a Foie Gras. Snails, sardines, olives, mushrooms, chestnuts, and beans might be popular side dishes. She would probably use a mustard or a simple oil and vinegar as sauce. For dessert, she’d probably enjoy truffles, pâtes de fruit, nougats or even bonbons.
You can witness for yourself what a French Thanksgiving may look like by joining Dancing Princess Parties for Belle’s Enchanted Tea Party. We hope you’ll “Be our Guest” for this enchanting and magical Tea Party which we host each year in November!
Beauty and the Beast Dance Party at Home!
At Dancing Princess Parties we focus on the Dancing. Our Princesses can’t resist moving their feet when they hear a familiar tune. Classic Belle loves to twirl to is “Tale as Old as Time” while performing her favorite dance move…the princess twirl. She invites you to be her guest at your next party! We’ve also put together a Spotify Playlist complete with the many versions of Beauty and the Beast music from the original film, the Broadway Musical and the newest live action movie soundtrack. We’ve also added some of our favorite Thanksgiving songs we use in our Dance Exploration classes.
Belle’s Enchanted Tea Party
Classic Belle is the host of this Tea Party celebrating Thankfulness! Be her guest as she takes you on an enchanted adventure. Belle begins her adventure by reading her story. She loves reading and can’t wait to share her story with you. Next Belle will teach you a dance to the song “Be Our Guest!” After dancing, Belle will take you on a step by step guide on how to make your own Magic Mirror! After craft time, Belle hosts an enchanted tea party full of French delicacies such as quiches, croissants, chocolate truffle, petite fours, and madeleines. Prior to guests departing Belle poses for a photo that guests can cherish as a keepsake.
We hope you will join us for Belle’s Enchanted Tea Party – Space is Limited.
What did you think of our November Vibe: Thankful post? Leave us a comment below! What is your favorite thing about November? Don’t forget to save this post by pinning our Thankful Vibes Pin to your own Pin-spiration board! This way you can quickly return to this blog every time!
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October is here, which means Fall is officially underway! Pumpkin Spice Day, National Pumpkin Pie Day, National Pumpkin Day and Halloween all happen in October giving us a serious Pumpkin Vibe! One of our Princesses that loves pumpkins is Classic Cinderella! Read all about Cinderella and our Pumpkin Vibes!
October Vibe: Pumpkin
Classic Cinderella loves her pumpkins thanks to her Fairy God Mother! With a little “Bippity Boppity Boo!” Cinderella’s Pumpkin turns into a beautiful Carriage! If you have an October birthday celebration and would love to combine a little bit of October and a little bit of Disney, why not throw a Cinderella’s Magic Pumpkin Birthday party? If you love Pinterest as much as we do, here’s a little Pin-Spiration for your next October Party! Don’t forget to invite Classic Cinderella to bring an added bit of wonderment and whimsy!
For most of us, our schools may celebrate Halloween with an in-class Halloween party or an ever popular trunk or treat event! Have you ever wondered where trick or treating started? It began in the Middle-Ages, when children and sometimes poor adults would dress up in demonic costumes (as a way to trick evil spirits) and go around door to door during Hallowmas begging for food or money in exchange for songs and prayers. Now a days we dress up in costumes and ask for candy. Did you know, you could invite Classic Cinderella to your Halloween Celebration with a Bobbity-Boo Package! These short visits allow our Princesses to Pop-in and visit your classroom for a short 20-30 minute visit. She will bring with her some pumpkin treats for you and your classmates to enjoy! We can’t think of a more magical way to celebrate Halloween!
Dancing Pumpkin Fun
We love dancing here at Dancing Princess Parties and our Classic Cinderella is no exception! In fact, when she throws a party, she will dance to the song “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.” Cinderella will also bring her own pumpkin and will challenge all of her party guests to turn the pumpkin into a carriage by following along to a “Bippitby Boppity Boo!” dance. One of Cinderella’s favorite moves is the Pumpkin Plié. You hold your hands like you’re making a pumpkin and then bend your knees. Want to have a little dancing fun at home? We’ve created a Pumpkin Vibe Playlist on Spotify of our favorite Cinderella and Pumpkin tunes!
National Pumpkin Day
October 26th 2017 is National Pumpkin Day and we cannot wait to celebrate with our 2nd Annual Cinderella’s Magic Pumpkin Tea Party! The celebration will begin with Cinderella story time. She is so excited to share how she came to know her Prince with the help of a Pumpkin and her Fairy God Mother. After Story Time, the Cinderella will teach a princess ballet dance to “A Dream is a Wish your Heart Makes.” After dancing, Cinderella helps the little princes and princesses and Queen Mothers and King Fathers make a glittery pumpkin craft to take home. After craft time is over, it will be time for a Tea Party spiced with pumpkins! Guests will enjoy pumpkin scones, pumpkin snaps, pumpkin cupcakes and more! Before the tea party ends, Cinderella will take lovely portraits as a wonderful keepsake of the Magic.
We hope you will join us for National Pumpkin Day Celebrations at Cinderella’s Magic Pumpkin Tea Party! Space is Limited.
What did you think of our October Vibe: Pumpkins post? Leave us a comment below! What is your favorite thing about October? Don’t forget to save this post by pinning our Pumpkin Vibe Pin to your own Pin-spiration board! This way you can quickly return to this blog every time!