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    I think imagine the princess gone bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 113854
    I never had one.
    We'll have one next time you visit

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    I didn't have a bachelorette party either but I have been to many of them.

    Are you having it at someone's house or will you be going out? I need to think a bit....












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    We'll be doing a bit of both...start at her maid of honor's house and then go out later in the evening...




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    ok then you could definately do a disney theme at the house. The going out part might be a problem.

    Of course, you could get her to dress up like a princess. DB has a lovely Snow White dress you might be able to borrow!












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    http://www.invitationsbydawn.com/Pro...TOKEN=75426957

    they have slipper favor cups, castle candles












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    I NEED another wedding!






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    •invitations rolled and tied with ribbon like a scroll

    •Balloons, streamers, and confetti in the royal colors blue, purple & gold

    Food ideas for kids but you could spice it up for adults

    PARTY FOOD IDEAS- place pretty placecards in front of each food item you choose to make your treats special

    PINK PRINCESS PUNCH- strawberry sherbert and gingerale

    DAINTY PRINCESS SANDWICHES- make these with a heart shaped cookie cutter. Make lunch meat and strawberry cream cheese sandwiches with wheat bread on one side and white on the other.

    STRAWBERRY DIAMONDS -strawberries dipped in white chocolate

    QUEEN OF HEARTS-Make heart shaped cookies and have girls decorate them

    PRINCESS PRETZELS- dip pretzel sticks in white chocolate. Add pink or red sprinkles

    PRINCE CHOCOLATE KISSES- every princess needs a kiss

    POPCORN, CHIPS,OR PRETZELS- served in tiara shaped bowls. Birthdaydirect carries these cute party accessories.

    STRAWBERRY ICECREAM- pink for any princess
    REMEMBER- When kids are excited they don’t eat much. Have simple fun foods. Also, we all know that sugar will get kids MORE hyper. Unless your birthday party is in a gymnasium, or a playground, think about the foods you will be serving!

    Be-deviled Eggs are a yummy and filling treat for the Disney Princess party or even a family labor day picnic. You’ll need; four boiled eggs, mustard, mayonnaise, onion, pickle relish, salt, pepper, and chili power or hot sauce. Slice open the boiled eggs and remove the yellow yolks. Squirt a small amount of mustard and a small amount of mayonnaise in a bowl with the yolks. Its better to ere on the side of caution and use less of the liquid ingredients when starting, because you can always add more later. However, few people enjoy a runny deviled egg. Mush together into a smooth paste. Add diced onions, diced pickles, and about a half teaspoon of salt and pepper, and a few dashed of chili powder or hot sauce. Mix together until smooth and spoon back into the boiled egg white halves. Serve at room temperature for a delicious Disney Princess treat. Have a great party and keep lots of paper plates on hand












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    i think the pink princess punch needs a little 'punch'














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    Some vodka would add a nice kick












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