This year we decided to throw a party for Kitana because she turned 2 on August 2nd and we didn’t have a big party for her last year. To be honest I don’t believe in 1st birthday parties, so last year we just did smash the cake which was awesome! It was still a celebration but with immediate family only.searched a lot on the internet to get ideas for a Royal Princess High tea. I knew what I wanted from Day 1 but honestly I could not do it on my own. I decided to contact Melinda from Pretty things for you to assist me in making my vision a reality.
I’m so glad I called her because she definitely achieved what I wanted. Melinda is creative, she adds that extra touch to make it perfect. Together we worked on ideas and planned what I wanted for the day. We hired a magician, face painter and build a cupcake for the kids while the adults indulged in high tea treats. To be honest, the party was a last-minute decision because we thought we would be overseas but we managed to pull it off in 2 weeks.
I did want to add my personal touch to the party so I created the invite, posters and worked on the DIY printables which I found on the internet.
For my baked goods, I only wanted one person and that was Rezana from The Whimsical Whisk. She is amazing at what she does, the cakes and sweet treats was so yummy that Vije and I didn’t taste the birthday cake 🙁 …
Thank you Ladies for helping me create the perfect Royal Tea.
Sofia the first templates:
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Read about my DIY Princess printable: https://www.youbabyandi.com/glamorous-princess-diy/