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Take advantage or Premier Princess Parties’ Holiday Offer 2015

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We all want to have a special holiday season and Premier Princess Parties has a special offer this year to add the special magic of character visit to your party or event.

 

 

A great character for an Alice in Wonderland Party

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alice in wonderland birthday party  So many fun options for an Alice in Wonderland Party for your little birthday child. With many wonderful characters in the story and movies, you can alter the party for an older child or the younger child. Premier Princess Parties offers wonderful characters for an Alice in Wonderland Party. So down the rabbit hole for a fun birthday celebration for your child. The perfect addition to your Princess Tea party is also the Alice in Wonderland Character. So call today 877-844-8547 or visit PremierPrincessParties.com to book your character today!

 

How to arrange a princess party

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Most princess parties are based on popular princess fairy tales. It is therefore advisable to choose a theme from such popular characters as it gives one customizable options for one’s party. Asking your daughter about her favorite character would help you in choosing and appropriate theme that pleases your daughter.

Once a theme has been selected it is necessary to select a costume if everyone can afford it. A costume complements the theme of your party. In some instances based on the theme of your party a costume is not necessary. Instead it could be replaced by a single item featured in your chosen theme princess tale. For example a glass shoe for a Cinderella theme.

After determining one’s theme and costume it is necessary to make a suitable budget for the party. This helps to estimate a clear number of the people one could manage to invite for the party. It also estimates the quality of everything that will be used for the party. This includes the cake, deserts and the intensity of decorations.

As earlier mentioned a budget will give a clear estimate of the number of people to be invited. Send out invitations according to your budgeted number of guests. If one’s budget is flexible enough one could buy ready made invitation cards. The cards could be customized if the theme chosen is a popular one. Have them sent out early enough to make your guests aware.

Plan on the decorations and other supplies required in the party. Again if your budget is flexible enough you could consider hiring professionals to decorate the venue. Explain the theme and more details of the party to the decorators to give them a clear understanding of what you expect. Also order other the various supplies needed. They may include complementary drinks for a princess party for example pink smoothies and milkshakes.

A princess party is never complete without a cake. Order a cake that fits your budget. Decide on the design of the cake that the bakery is most comfortable with. A cake not only ends the party in a good note but also leaves memories of a party well organized. Always order your cake early enough as cakes have great demand and most bakeries might not be able to meet all the deadlines for a specific day. Also avoid ordering your cake too early as it is more vulnerable to damage in case of accidents.

How to Throw a Surprise Party

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Any occasion can warrant a cloak-and-dagger affair — but first, use these tips to plan the perfect sneak attack.  These are some tips from Premier Princess Parties.

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First, ask yourself these questions:

Do I Have the Right Candidate?

Certain people — let’s call them “fastidious” — don’t like surprises. “I am one of them!” Dallas event planner Steve Kemble says. “I want to know everything about an event before I go.” Also rule out anyone who gets really excited about milestones and birthdays. Trying to surprise these types is almost mean, he says: They’ll just think you’ve forgotten to plan anything.

Do I Have Enough Time?

Ideally, that’s six weeks for a party of 25 or more, says Kemble. One month out, consider reserving a room at a restaurant or bar — a good idea if it’s a place your guest of honor frequents, or that will best accommodate everyone. The biggest time sink, though, will be figuring out whom to invite (including any surprise guests!), then tracking down their contact info.

 Am I Up to the Task?

Here’s a dirty secret: “Many times the people being surprised find out; they just don’t tell you,” says David Tutera, host of WE TV’s My Fair Wedding. Evaluate yourself as a potential host: Can you keep your cool? (Hint: Don’t stop talking to your best friend two weeks before her birthday.) Are you prepared to improvise if things go off-script? If not, stick with a non-surprise party.

 Get Creative — Just Not Too Creative

“If you do something too funky, the person is going to know something’s up,” Kemble says. “If you go to Chili’s a lot, say, ‘Let’s go to Chili’s.'” When Kemble helped Lori, wife of Dallas Cowboys executive Jerry

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Creating the Atmosphere  Like a Frozen Princess Party 

Once you’ve selected a party theme, it’s time to think about how to give your home (or party space) a matching atmosphere. When decorating, simplify by making the party table the centerpiece of the room. If you want to go all out, decorate the floor, ceiling, walls and doorway too. Here are some tips to turn tables into fables and walls into a wonderland!

Chances are you and your child will pick a theme that matches their interests. Themes could include a  princess party Chicago,cartoon character, favorite animal or hobby. Try decorating with all the matching pictures, stuffed animals, toys and games you have already purchased for your child. For instance, if you’re having a Toy Story party, you can decorate your child’s room to look like Andy’s room with Buzz Light-year bedding, Toy Story action figures and movie posters.

If you don’t have a particular theme in mind consider decorating the party with a simple concept such as all pink, polka dots or inside out (bring things that are normally outside indoors!). This type of theme is common for first birthdays since, more than likely, your child has not developed specific interests yet. Have fun. Get inspired by a color, pattern or wacky idea that encompasses things you already own or your home’s decor. Then, use that idea in every aspect of your decorating such as tableware, food, favors and even craft activities.

Include your party guests in the decorating! Ask everyone to arrive in costume or give all the guests a hat, headband or costume accessory to wear as they arrive. This is a great way to make everyone feel more involved and who doesn’t love playing dress up?

Remember; think outside the box when considering the location of your party. A garden party doesn’t necessarily need to take place in a garden. You can create your own garden indoors with the help of tissue paper flowers, plastic butterflies and a child’s tea set. Create a winter wonderland on a hot summer day by decorating with fake snow and serving frozen treats. So don’t let the time of year affect your choice of theme!