This party was definitely a favorite! Our client had some china from her grandmother and decided that she wanted to do a princess tea party for her daughter. They hired 5 singing princesses to come and entertain the girls. They also had all the guests come in costume- including the parents! The party space had really nice tall ceilings and they moved all of the furniture out of the room so we had a blank slate to decorate.

Guests were greeted at the party entrance with a tulle/boa curtain and frame – a perfectly royal entrance!


Balloons also lined the hallway to the party room.


Due to weather, we later moved the entrance frame indoors to welcome guests.

31The party was in the morning so there were a few desserts and some breakfast items too. We used a pink tulle canopy embellished with a pink boa to cover the light fixture and drape over the table – fit for a princess!  Since the main colors were the birthday girl’s favorite pink and purple, we used a purple pintuck tablecloth to enhance the look.  Our serving platters were silver so we also used a silver sequined table runner to make the table feel royal.



The dress cookies match each of the five princesses represented by the Singing Princesses of San Antonio- Rapunzel, Elsa, Anna, Cinderella, and Belle.  You will also notice some decor in the back, we have mini glass slippers, a star wand and a mini crown displayed on a blue silk pillow which sits atop an acrylic box filled with tulle.


Mini Kolaches


Mini Powdered Sugar Donuts

24 23 Princess dress cupcakes to match the 5 princesses- Elsa, Rapunzel, Anna, Belle, and Cinderella.
21 20 19 Fresh fruit wands- the watermelon is cut out in the shape of a star and the pineapple in the shape of a heart.
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Let’s take a closer look at the party room details.


The singing princesses performed in front of this fun backdrop.  We used strips of pink and purple tulle as a base and then added silver shiny stars and a pink boa outline for the frame to complete the look.

The party room ceiling was the most dramatic part of the decor.  We used pink and purple tulle to create a canopy feel which centered in the middle of the room at the ceiling fan.  We also used balloons, and tissue balls on the fan for some added fun.

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The little princesses ate and did crafts at our decorated tables.


Each table had a pink rosette table runner as well as centerpieces and the chairs were also embellished with organza and crown pins.



Here is a better view of our chair decor.  We draped a white organza fabric over the chair back and created a pink and purple princess crown pin to gather the fabric together.  So dainty and perfect for a princess!


These centerpieces were created using wands from the party store, a glitter box and some glittery tulle.  Yes, we love the sparkle!


The middle centerpieces were created from carriages and a hand-sewed satin pillow as well as a mini glass slipper and crown.


Another adorable feature is the milk bottle glasses complete with a festive straw and personalized drink label.  You can also see the china and royal table setting.  The girls had so much fun at their breakfast princess party.

7 We also placed light pink paper doilies under the plates to bring additional color to the tables.


And the final decor addition was the purple and pink confetti added by the birthday girl and her brother.  They had so much fun decorating with it and it was a great festive addition.