Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Margo's Snow White Party

On Saturday we had Margo's birthday party.....a Snow White Party!!!! Here is the cake I made for the occasion. This was my first time making a doll cake. It was actually pretty easy. Thanks to the internet, I was able to get all sorts of cute ideas for the cake and the party.

Margo wore her Snow White dress for the entire party. I was surprised that she kept it on the whole time becasue it was HOT!!!

Here's Snow White posing with her party decorations prior to the guests arriving.

sweet girl :)

She had lots of her little friends come to the party. Here they are enjoying some pizza.

After pizza, it was time to sing Happy Birthday and cut the cake. Here she is blowing out her candles.

Next up: presents! She got lots of cute things and fun toys.

The kids then headed outside for fun and games. This was Doc's Dig, where the kids could dig for treasure in the sand. Lydia decided to dress up as her own version of Doc (using an old elf hat and pirate costume) and supervise.

The trampoline was a big hit! It was also known as Happy's Hopping House!

We had a station set up for painting birdhouses and they all seemed to really love this activity. You know toddlers LOVE PAINT!!!!

I got this idea online....Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

I had window markers for the children to write on the mirrors.

I think our three year-old princess had fun at her Snow White party. All the kids seemed to enjoy themselves. You can see her sweaty head in this pic. Again, it was HOT and that was around 7 or 8pm. It would have been unbearable had we had the party mid afternoon.

After the party we went to see the fireworks downtown. On the way home we were talking with Margo about her big day and her party. When we asked her if she had a good time, she said, "Yes. Thank You!" I'll take that :)


Catherine said...

We loved the Snow White party, Caroline especially liked painting the birdhouses!

curtis03 Lewis said...

I am in love with white party. All these details are extremely nice and I will surely use these ideas for my daughter’s upcoming birthday. She is turning 5 and wants an outdoor bash so we will book some local garden themed Seattle venues for that.