My daughter’s name is Hannah Sofia. She turned 6 last month. She is obsessed with all things princess and Sofia the First. She had a Leopard Princess Party 2 years ago. She can’t get enough of her princesses! I’m super excited to share this “Sofia the First” inspired party with you all. Be ready for an overload of photos! You might want to grab a cup of coffee while reading this post!
My friends over at Petite Party Studio designed the perfect invite for this party!!
This is what the desserts table looked like after it was all set up.
The cake is the beautiful work of Inspired Sugar.
The sparkly candle #6 is from Lori Watt Blingy Birthday Candles
Princess cookies by Inspired Sugar.
Candy from SweetWorks. You can find in any color to match your party!
If you see any decorations on here that you like, contact me. I am willing to sell most of them. Send me an email at email@example.com
This white frame was purchased at Kirkland’s.
I made these marabou centerpieces. I have the white metal stands too if you are interested.
This canvas princess was in Hannah’s nursery when she was a baby. It was hand painted by one of my friends from church.
Sofia the First princess pinata is from Party House Supplies on etsy.com
Let’s talk about the Castle in our backyard! I love how it turned out.
The girls loved their royal tables!
A beautiful “Princess Hannah Sofia” banner from Charlie Thyme hang on the purple backdrop. She carries other gorgeous banners!
I purchased flower garlands from JoAnn Fabrics that matched this theme perfectly!
I made carriage centerpieces….I love how they turned out! I’m willing to sell each one for $50. They are like brand-new.
The lavender table runners are all sparkly! Ready for the next party if you’d like to purchase as well.
Each place setting included a cardstock placemat cut into the shape of a flower, lavender plates, white napkins and handmade princess napkin rings embellished with a princess crown.
I bought plastic wine cups from The Dollar Tree. Grape kool-aid was a hit. Girls even toasted…so cute!
I set up a small drinks station…….
There was this pretty princess wall art hanging right above the drinks station.
Made the flower on top with coffee filters and I spray painted it in lavender…
Wrapped bottle water with scrapbook paper and cut out crowns.
This pretty ribbon garland was hanging on the table as well. You can find these pretty garlands on Postscripts etsy shop.
Activities included, coloring pages, making a magic wand and decorating crowns.
A fun and pretty vanity was set up for the girls to get their nails done, put on some make up and get some glitter on their hair…..what fun!
“Every girl deserves to be treated like a princess” sign on the vanity table……
Lemonade StandRemember my ? I got to dress it up for this princess party! I named it the Princess Beauty Station.
Pretty crown banner from Postscripts!
The personalized canvas is from my daughter’s nursery! I’ve kept in storage for over 6 years. I love how old things can work out for my parties!
Princess Mandy came to paint the girls’ nails and glitter their hair…..
Our friends set up the gifts on this table. I hang a “THANK YOU” banner on the table. You can get one like this from Niu Designs.
There was a table set up next to it that had all the fun favors for the girls. We gave them princess rings from Gil’s Market, crowns from Party City, castle boxes from Bits of Plaid & Paisley, pretty crown hair clips from The Party Perfect Princess and Sofia the First necklaces from The Little Green Wagon.
“Lift your head princess if not the crown falls”…..
The girls loved their rings! Buy these from Gil’s Market.
They were true princesses with all these girly things! Sofia the First necklaces can be purchased at The Little Green Wagon.
We had a fun photo booth as well….
Breaking the pinata was one of the funnest things at the party! Girls enjoyed it 🙂
With mommy and daddy! We love you, Hannah!
A HUGE THANK YOU to all of my vendors and Nikki from Tikkido for taking photos!
Check out my Sofia the First Pinterest board for more ideas!
What do you think friends? Did you like the party?