Friday, 11 November 2011

Real Party - Tangled 4th Birthday

Morning! I hope you are all well today and I'm sure glad to get to Friday.  The Les Enfants team are incredibly busy with preparations for Christmas parties and much more besides, including a cute Minnie Mouse themed party.  Remember to get in touch with the London or Manchester offices to book for Christmas, there is very limited availablity now. 




I am thrilled today to share a fabulous real party, inspired by the Disney movie, Tangled.  Brigett, of Perideau Designs, contacted me a couple of weeks ago to share her daughter, Kendall's fourth birthday party.  Inspired by the scenes in Tangled when Rapunzel & Flynn are having fun in the centre of the town, Brigett set about creating a party to remember. 




Brigett designed all the party stationery and favour bags herself.  However she found the menu more of challenge as the food available at Street Fairs tends to be fried and Brigett didn't want to be stuck behind a fryer for the whole party.  Although she managed to enlist the help of her sister who did a short stint frying  and the guests enjoyed doughnuts, popcorn, pretzels and churro's.






Brigett also designed the cake but it was made by Dee's One Smart Cookie.  Here is the reason Brigett choose Dee's - "Dee and I are on a first name basis since I’ve become nearly a weekly customer picking up allergen-free (delicious I might add!) cupcakes for all of the parties Kendall attends. Dee’s cakes are just as outstanding and she never fails."




The cake looks amazing and I love the large plait flowing down the tiers of the cake.  The sunflag banner around the tables was designed by Just A Little Favour and the sun flag banner above the food table was designed by L'il Bumpkin.





The young party guests had fun bouncing around on a bouncy castle and had their faces painted and all put a painted handprint on a blank canvas which now hangs in Brigett's daughters bedroom.





The favour bags that Brigett had designed for the party came in handy when the sweets fell from the pinata, shaped like Pascal from the film, brought from Birchangel


I'm sure you will all agree that his looks like a fun party and shows perfectly that choosing a film theme does not necessarily mean using the liscensed party goods available.  Again a little bit of imagination goes a long way! Thank you Brigett for sharing this adorable party.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend an please get in touch if you would like to share your childs party here on Let's Plan A Party.

Zoe
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