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« on: March 24, 2007 09:31:44 PM »

I need some serious birthday planning help!  Both girls have summer birthdays, I have a limited budget, I live in a condo barely big enough for us to be in, and it is so hot here in the summer to ask people to come to a park and sweat through a good time!  I want it to be so cool and fun,though. What do I do now?  I do know that I want them to have super girly parties.
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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2007 10:33:45 PM »

Every little girl loves a princess party!  What about a summer princess theme, swimsuits and tiaras.  Flip flops and tiaras? You could use beachy decorations and add some princessey details, ribbon wands and wrist streamers are tons of fun for littles and can be used in a tiny space.  Or you could have a tiny party, serve tiny cakes, tea in tiny cups.  Make your tiny condo into tiny fairy land.  Lots of tulle and fairy lights.  I have boys, but it sure is fun to think about girly parties!


« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2007 08:39:30 PM »

This helps, thank you!
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« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2007 12:00:16 PM »

Here are some very girly themes:
-Barbie/Doll Party-
Have them bring their favorite Barbie/Doll.
You can give out clothes or accessories for favors,
or you can give out baby blankets.
A doll cake should be easy to make,
a circle and a triangle (for the dress).
Use candy as buttons.

-A Tea Party-
How about one big tea party?
With Iced Tea of course.
Or try Pink Lemonade.
Try little sandwiches,
just cut normal ones into 1/4's.
Pb&J is great for kids,
for a girly touch use strawberry jam.
Have them dress up.
I love this idea, it's really simple.

-A Movie Night-
Get movies geared towards little girls.
Make some pink pillows, super easy.
Have a fabric marker/fabric stickers,
 and they can decorate them.
Use a big pink comforter on the floor, or two.
Buy pink M& M's, jellybeans, gummies, etc.


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