Pink Princess Birthday Party @shindigz

Disclosure: I was sent the following items from Shindigz for review. All opinions are 100% my own!



Kenzie has been obsessed with princesses of late so it seemed natural when she asked for a pink princess birthday party at her preschool. Since Shindigz had all the perfect birthday supplies for Mason's party, it was the perfect place to search. They are the ultimate party supply source as the theme and color selection is endless and the prices are spot on for every budget.  



The long table was covered with a candy pink plastic tablecloth ($1.49) and place settings for each child was set with Classic Pink 9 inch paper plates ($3.79/24), Classic Pink napkins ($3.49/50), Juice boxes, Hot Pink Party Hats ($1.49/8) and Birthday Princess tiara for Kenzie ($1.99). 

The princess spinning wands ($3.99 each) were the hit of the party. These can withstand being thrown and banged. If it stops working, try banging it as Mason does to make it start up again!


Balloons are a must have for a birthday and Shindigz's rose and white / pink polka dot balloons ($19.99/50) were just perfect. Blow them up using a portable helium tank and tie a piece of twine from the balloon to the child's chair. The jumbo silver number mylar balloon ($5.99) is just amazing. It's huge and awesome for photos. It retains the helium well as it is still floating strong after over a month! This is a must have for any birthday/anniversary photo opportunity.


The favor bags were torn into before the food was served as the kiddos were excited to see what was inside. I took simple glassine bags and stuffed them with Disney princess stickers ($1.19/4), candy necklace ($.39 each), silver and pink buttermints ($2.99/50) and princess lollipops ($4.99/dozen). Fold over and close with some fabulous washi tape and stick on a name tag for each guest.


After dessert came the fun with the Tiara Pinata ($14.99). This is a bit different than the ones that you attack with a bat (like at Mason's party) in that you pull ribbons until the one lucky child grabs the ribbon that is attached to the release. It was stuffed with Watermelon Frooties ($4.99/360) and the kids had a blast scrambling for candy until the teachers intervened. 


Thanks to Shindigz, Kenzie had a blast and is itching for another party soon!

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2 comments:

  1. Those are some really cute decorations.

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  2. What a cute party! I love all of the pink everywhere!!

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