Every little girl dreams of being a princess so why not throw your little one a royal-themed Pink and Purple Princess Party that will make her feel like royalty.
This post is sponsored by Color it Candy. All comments and opinions are my own.
Princess birthday parties are one of the most popular themes for little girls and it’s easy to see why. With fluffy tutu’s, sparkling tiaras and enchanting castles, it’s not surprising that this theme is popular for girls.
A friend recently asked me to help her with her daughter’s princess-themed birthday party and since it’s been ages since I’ve had a princess party I was more than happy to oblige. I’ve teamed up with Color it Candy™ to show you how to create a simple yet dreamy Pink and Purple Princess Party Candy Bar.
When it comes to birthday parties I like to have a special station where I can display all of the sweet treats. Not only does this act like a focal point for the party, but it also sets the tone for the entire celebration.
I started by making a pink and purple balloon garland to frame the candy bar. I love the impact a giant balloon garland makes, and it’s such an easy and inexpensive way to save time and money on decorations.
Next, I made a tulle tutu to go around the small dessert table. I love how light and airy it makes the dessert table feel.
Now it’s time to fill your candy bar. Use small glass apothecary jars and fill them with candy. Color it Candy has a shimmer princess mix that is perfect for any princess themed celebration. The princess mix features silver, blue, white and purple Sixlets, and Gumballs. I add pink to bring in the colors of our party.
That’s one of the things that I love so much about Color it Candy. You can customize your candy for any season, holiday, party or birthday celebration to make it extraordinary. Use star-shaped bags and let your little princesses fill them with their favorite candy to take home.
You can’t have a birthday celebration without cake or cupcakes! But why serve boring cupcakes when you can add a little pizazz to you sweet treats. I used the shimmer princess pearls and sprinkled them on top of the cupcakes. Add an edible princess crown embellishment and you are all set with simple and pretty cupcakes.
Add a few more sweet treats, like white chocolate covered pretzels and shimmery princess Sixlets and then you are all set and ready for party fit for a princess.
It’s easy to see why princess parties are a timeless classic when it comes to birthday party themes. With lots of whimsical and pretty details, this pink and purple princess party is just what your little princess needs to feel like royalty on her birthday!
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