{Sweet Celebrations} Princess Project Runway

This week's Sweet Celebration comes from Hostess with the Mostess and is one of the most creative little celebrations I've seen in a while. (Anddd of course it's Disney themed so my love for it skyrocketed.)



So if you love Project Runway and all things Disney Princess get ready for the party of your dreams!


This fashionista party was put together by Nicole of Million Dollar $mile Celebrations for her daughter Charlotte. I love how the Project Runway Workroom was decorated with these couture dresses that looked like classic Disney Princess gowns!



I love the use of the Disney Princess Couture prints and doll clothes as decor! What a great idea and so cost effective. 


Mannequins modeled candy belts and necklaces and jewelry cases displayed cupcake stilettos and cookie crowns!


Using black and white copies of the Princess prints, the girls could design their own gowns before assembling their own creations. The put together process was SO perfect with boxes of snap on accessories to apply however the child wanted to a t-shirt and tutu!


I also loved the makeup table full of desserts! From power cinnamon buns, to macaroon palates, and cake pop lipsticks!


You can view Part One and Part Two of this post on HWTM!

Thanks for looking!

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

{Sweet Celebrations} Princess Project Runway

This week's Sweet Celebration comes from Hostess with the Mostess and is one of the most creative little celebrations I've seen in a while. (Anddd of course it's Disney themed so my love for it skyrocketed.)



So if you love Project Runway and all things Disney Princess get ready for the party of your dreams!


This fashionista party was put together by Nicole of Million Dollar $mile Celebrations for her daughter Charlotte. I love how the Project Runway Workroom was decorated with these couture dresses that looked like classic Disney Princess gowns!



I love the use of the Disney Princess Couture prints and doll clothes as decor! What a great idea and so cost effective. 


Mannequins modeled candy belts and necklaces and jewelry cases displayed cupcake stilettos and cookie crowns!


Using black and white copies of the Princess prints, the girls could design their own gowns before assembling their own creations. The put together process was SO perfect with boxes of snap on accessories to apply however the child wanted to a t-shirt and tutu!


I also loved the makeup table full of desserts! From power cinnamon buns, to macaroon palates, and cake pop lipsticks!


You can view Part One and Part Two of this post on HWTM!

Thanks for looking!

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