Thursday, May 5, 2016

Party decor fit for a princess!





Picture courtesy of
www.thegirlinspired.com

Another very popular little girl theme for parties is "princesses!"

Pretty dresses, crowns, magical wands, fairies, and even frogs! There are lots of fun ideas for us to work with.













Anne McGovern, CBA, of Elegant Balloons in New York, U.S.A. captures the essence of this theme perfectly with her princess, centrepiece designs using the 18" ‟Princess Tiara” Microfoil® balloon, dressed with tulle & feathers!



I created this fun princess castle entrance backdrop for a photo shoot to promote the Rachel Ellen - Birthday Princess range of balloons and Partyware. 



The colours are vibrant and bold. For this decor, I used Caribbean Blue, Pink, and Wild Berry as these colours complimented the balloon and party range perfectly! 

I have also made a version of the lovely ‟Birthday Princess” that stands approximately 4ft tall (1.2m).




Rachel Ellen 18" ‟Birthday Princess.”
#51167
© Rachel Ellen Designs Ltd 
www.rachelellen.co.uk 
Licensed by KJG Ltd 



The Rachel Ellen Princess partyware is the perfect match for our princess party. 
Please note that the Partyware range is not available in all countries. Please check with your Qualatex distributor.

Here are some more great ideas that would be perfect for a princess party! 

Sparkling Princess Centrepiece
11" ‟Glitter Princess” - Assorted White & Rose
#90395 (25 ct.)



The Grand Princess Bouquet

The Royal Arch





11" ‟Princess” - Assorted Pink, Rose & Spring Lilac
#76815 (50 ct.)


For a Disney princess party, we have so many fabulous balloons that we can use. Here are just a few. To see the full range, check the online catalogue.




22" ‟Disney Princess Royal Debut” Bubble Balloon. #41191
U.S. Patent No. 6,782,675 
Licensed products may not be available in all countries.
22" ‟Disney Cinderella's Royal Debut” Bubble Balloon. #41192




22" ‟Disney Sofia The First” Bubble Balloon. #65577


Lily Tan, CBA, of My Airtitude in Singapore, shows us how to make one of her amazing Princess dolls! In this video, Lily will demonstrate how to add hair and some great distortion techniques too!






And don't forget to check out the Qualatex Pinterest board - Create magical birthdays with a Disney Princess theme - for some fantastic ideas.





Oh yes, I mentioned frogs! We all know that the princess kisses the frog prince! I love this wonderful design by Cam Woody, CBA. I first saw this at the World Balloon Convention in the Welcome Centre - a room filled with many inspiring designs! 


For full instructions on how to make this "Friendly Birthday Frog," click HERE for a direct link or visit www.qualatex.com, Qualatex Quick Link Instruction Sheets.






There are so many other great ideas for girls parties!

Connie Iden-Monds, CBA, of Party Animals TN, in Tennesee, U.S.A. shared this great arch design. I love the flower Garland that swirls around the arch and the central focal point! I could see this being used at a Sweet 16 or a QuinceaƱera party. 


This very pretty decor pink decor was designed by Bob Armstrong, CBA, of Doctor Bob Balloons Unlimited, in Barry, Wales.


To conclude this blog, I would like to share with you another amazing design from Bob Armstrong. Bob created this beautiful princess castle for a very special little princess in his life; his adorable granddaughter, Layla-mae. I am sure that this would be every little girl's dream party decor!


I hope that these last few party posts have given you some great ideas and inspiration for childrens parties. A huge "thank you," to Bob Armstrong and Connie Iden-Monds for sharing some of their stunning designs.

Happy Ballooning!

Sue


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