November is one of our slower birthday months, but that didn’t stop us from having a party! We celebrated princess style with Meghan’s family from JaMonkey for her oldest daughter’s birthday. Because who doesn’t want to celebrate a birthday with Sofia the First and friends?
I was provided with the supplies to host a #DisneyKids party. All opinions are my own.
We set the table with princess placemats and Sofia tiaras and table toppers so all of our little princesses and friends were treated with style. Meghan made super cute cupcakes with a marshmallow fluff based “icing” and use Sofia the First pearl candies to complete the look.
While she got to provide the fun food, I did the healthy stuff. Yay! Amazingly, the kids did really well at selecting from the rainbow of fruit.
We also set up some things like black bean hummus and lentil-based chips along with the cheesy Crunchmaster crackers which are also gluten free.
The kids enjoyed playing together. The “fortune-tellers” really brought the parents back to their day of making them at school. It was a fun treat for us to put them together and help the girls play with them. Turns out most of us got Jake and the Neverland Pirates!
It was a nice and mild day outside, so they were was some snacking and playing outdoors, too. Our princesses are all a little more country:)
We finished off the party with some Disney Kids bingo with the characters, parks, lodges and more. And we made sure to have prizes for everybody that each child was able to select.
It was a lot of fun combining a birthday party with a little before Thanksgiving party. They played, ate, and acted just like kids should act. The parents (I think it’s safe to say) had a good time, too!