A #DisneyKids Party Fit For A Princess

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I was provided with the supplies to host a Disney Kids party. All opinions are my own.

My little girl turned 7 this month and we had a super fun Disney Kids party to celebrate it. I threw it with Krystyn from Really Are You Serious. We set a big table and with a princess theme with tiaras and lots of Sofia the First and Disney Princess place mats. Photo Nov 22, 10 50 02 AM copy

I made fun Trix krispies treats and we ate lots of fruit. Cute little tea sandwiches and crackers. Clif protein bars and Disney Fruit snacks.  Photo Nov 22, 10 58 12 AM

I also made cute cupcakes that look like Sofia’s dress. They have Marshmallow frosting with little pearls on top. It was the first time I’ve made cloud frosting and it was stickier than I thought it would be. Tasty but a sticky mess. I used my Silhouette Portrait to create the crown cupcake wrappers.  Photo Nov 22, 5 56 39 PM

The kids played outside most of the time. Playing with the bow and arrow and fetch with the dogs. We made fun fortune tellers together. Which was a blast from the past. I haven’t made one of those in a long time. All the moms got a kick out of that little craft. Photo Nov 22, 5 56 18 PM

We played bingo together and everyone went home with a prize. The kids loved that.  Photo Nov 22, 5 55 48 PM

It was funny because all of the kids weren’t happy until they were able to sing Happy Birthday for JaMonkey on her big day. One little girl was about to leave when she broke down crying and said, “We have to sing happy birthday to the birthday girl. I can’t leave until we do!” It was the sweetest thing. Afterwards, there were a few little ones that said, “Now that’s better.” Photo Nov 22, 5 54 50 PMJaMonkey had a fantastic birthday party and all the kids that came said that they had a blast playing together. It’s hard to believe how big she has gotten. Life is moving so fast, I’m trying to suck up every moment I can with them before they don’t want to hug and kiss me in front of their friends. I hope that day never comes. I wish my sweet girls could freeze right where they are for a few years. To slow down so I can enjoy them being little just a little longer. 

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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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