One of our most frequently asked questions is “Should I keep the princess visit a surprise from my child?” While it is incredibly magical to watch the look of awe and wonder on your child’s face when an unexpected visitor waltzes into the party, it is important to think of your child’s temperament as well!
Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you determine whether or not you should keep your princess party a surprise.
One of my favorite moments in all of Disney princess history is when Briar Rose is surprised by Prince Phillip and the two begin singing together—it’s pretty much impossible not to swoon at the romance, but for me it was also the sound of her singing voice. Aurora has one of the loveliest voices I have ever heard, as well as one of the most beautifully animated movies ever produced by Disney. Those attributes alone make it easy to love Sleeping Beauty—and it doesn’t hurt that Phillip is arguably one of the cutest Disney princes. But Sleeping Beauty is more than simply beautiful visuals—this movie features a heroine who is quieter than her Disney princess predecessors, but who still manages to display immense strength. This time, however, our princess doesn’t immediately face her antagonist, although Maleficent certainly makes an appearance. Instead, we see Aurora choosing to sacrifice her own happiness for the good of others.
If your little one loves Princess Aurora, you probably will be hosting a Princess Aurora Birthday Party this year. It can seem overwhelming at first, but it is actually quite simple. Throwing a princess birthday bash is less intimidating than it seems! Here are tips to help you host the perfect Princess Aurora Birthday Party in Utah!
Many young girls love the idea of mermaids, the ocean, and all creatures under the sea. If your little mermaid insists on taking her party Under the Sea, we can help you out! Here are tips to help you host the perfect Ariel Birthday Party in Utah!
Mermaid invitations are quite easy to create. All you need is a scale-like background, a picture of Ariel and all the party details. If your party will be by the pool, remind your guests to bring their swimsuits and towels!
Thirty years after making Sleeping Beauty, Disney came out with The Little Mermaid—the movie responsible for inspiring the mermaid obsession in countless young girls everywhere. Bright, excitable, and fiery, Ariel swam onto the scene and stole our hearts. Ariel was the beginning of the new generation of Disney princesses—and certainly the first mermaid. It’s pretty easy to see why Ariel is the favorite of many, with her spunky personality and the fact that she took control of her fate with hope and independence. She was also a mermaid, which is pretty magical and exciting, especially to all of us land folk. There’s a lot to love about our favorite little mermaid, so let’s dive in for a closer look.
If you are having a Utah mermaid birthday party, you might think it is a brilliant idea to get your child their own mermaid tail so that they can transform into a mermaid for the day! Here are a couple of things to consider before you take the plunge and buy a mermaid tail.
So you’re throwing a Utah princess party, and you want all ends and odds to be perfect, but you’re not sure what the perfect party favors are? Look no further! Here are five creative party favors that your guests will be sure to DIE for.
What little girl is not OBSESSED with the Frozen Franchise? Anna and Elsa stole our hearts with the first movie and yet again with Frozen 2. If you really want to blow your party guests away, here are some tips and tricks to help you plan the PERFECT Utah Frozen Birthday Party! Whether its a Utah Elsa Birthday Party or a Utah Anna Birthday Party.
This is the last post in our series about lessons we learn from the Disney Princesses! If you missed any of the others, check them out!
Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora (Part 1), Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan and Tiana (Part 2).Rapunzel, Merida, Sofia, Anna (Part 3)
Elsa – Be True to yourself
We cannot mention Elsa without the song “Let It Go!” Elsa spent her whole life trying to “Conceal, don’t feel. Don’t let it show.” However, she was so much more than a normal child. She was born with incredible powers of ice and snow, and in trying to hide them, they began to control her. Suppressing who she truly was brought more harm and fear to her than good. Once she “let it go,” she was able to discover what she was capable of. Elsa became a beloved ruler only after she embraced herself. We, like Elsa, need to embrace ourselves (flaws and strengths) in order to live a full and happy life.