February 11, 2009

Real Shindig


Just in case you haven't spent time with Natalie over at Little Shindigs I thought I'd share just one of her many adorable parties with you today. It's hard to pick just one, but something about the details of this one just really grabs me. Maybe it's because I'm still just a girl that loves to play dress up myself!

Natalie went all out for this Little Mermaid party for a group of 2-6 year olds. Take a look.



Centerpieces were Little Mermaid bubbles blowers made all the more magical with the addition of a large bubble blower to fill the area with plenty of bubbles while The Little Mermaid soundtrack played in the background.

The little guests were all treated to mermaid makeovers (which included mermaid costumes, pearls and flowers in their hair) and mini manicures with glitter nail polish and an assortment of shimmer body sprays. What girl doesn't love a little shimmer?

The menu consisted of fresh fruit, mini sandwiches and gold fish. They sipped on pink lemonade from fancy cups (or so they thought).

Activities also included the chance to make little shell necklaces to take home and lots of swimming. Just before the girls left the party they got ready for their closeup and got glammed up one last time!

Thanks for the all of the great party ideas, Natalie. Make sure and visit her blog for more inspiration.

4 comments:

Sugar & Spice Event Design said...

This was a beautiful set up... I am sure every girls' eyes lit up when they walked into this fun day! Much kudos to your great work!

Natalie said...

Thanks Amy! BTW congratulations on the nomination:)

Kate Landers Events, LLC said...

what a darling mermaid party, i love the rich blues-greens and the shimmer of the mermaid tails! just precious!
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