This party was inspired by a Kentucky Derby Lily Pulitzer print. The client requested bright greens, hot pink and pops of gold for a sophisticated, fun look. All centerpieces were cut on a Cricut Explore machine and assembled by hand. This was such a fun party to style!
Although Sleeping Beauty is one of the rarely booked princesses, she still merits a beautiful gown! When a good opportunity presented itself, I just couldn’t resist.
The dress is from Angel Secret, purchased NEW from a separate seller on eBay for nearly half of the cost new. The tiara and necklace were made using foam sheets, gold paint and crystal rhinestones. You can purchase a set of your own from our Etsy store. The wig is actually a restyled Barbie wig I had in the costume closet. A few curls, some bobby pins in the bangs and ta-da! I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
This beautiful shower was planned by my business partner, Elsy. As the owners of Girly-Girl Partea’s, the premier children’s event planner in North Florida, it was almost guaranteed that this shower for the unborn princess would be fitting for royalty. The printables are currently available in my Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/listing/232359361/princess-baby-shower-themed-printables
Photos by the talented Madi Mack Photography
Nothing is more girly than a ballerina themed birthday! In this tutorial, we’ll show how we made these adorable silhouette cupcake inserts for a Prima Ballerina themed birthday party. To get started you’ll need:
- Pink Tulle
- Lollipop Sticks (purchased from Hobby Lobby)
- Cricut Explore Cutting Machine (or similar product)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Your choice of 12×12″ Cardstcok (I chose light pink)
- Rhinestones (optional)
I purchased cardstock from Hobby Lobby and used a svg file I created in Illustrator to cut out the ballerina silhouettes. Click here to download the PDF file I used. *Note: this is saved as PDF, if using with Cricut, you will need to save it as a svg or as a jpg in order to upload it.
Utilizing my Cricut Explore cutting machine I was able to cut out the ballerina shapes very quickly! (I am not endorsed by Cricut in any way, shape or form, I received the machine as a Christmas present and LOVE it!) After a little trial and error (the cardstock ripped on the tiara and hands the first time), I was able to successfully cut out the shapes using the “Light Cardstock” setting.
Next I used my hot glue gun on low temperature to secure the lollipop sticks to the back of the ballerina shapes. Make sure you glue the stick at least halfway up the shape for support. You don’t want a floppy ballerina!
Once glued on, I then cut two little inch long strips of tulle. I placed a small dot of glue in the center of the figure’s waist (right where the top of the stick was). I secured each piece of tulle on the glue and then creased and folded it over until I had a tutu textured look. I overlapped the front and back piece to give it a more uniformed look. Lastly, I added another small dot of hot glue to the front for a rhinestone. After all, you can never have too much sparkle!
Your daughter can steal the show at her birthday with our Prima Ballerina themed printables (all designed to match this same silhouette design). Click here to see the listing on Etsy. Enter coupon code BALLERINABLOG to save 10% on your order!
Based on a picture of the centerpiece, custom Hello Kitty inspired printables were created to match including: water bottle labels, circle decals for cups, candy buffet and lollipops, candy buffet sign and small Hello Kitty images to place where needed (i.e. on the plate setting). Photos supplied by client.