Disclosure: I received free products to host a Disney Side @ Home Celebration via Disney Parks and MomSelect. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Our daughter, like any other girl her age, is OBSESSED with Disney Princesses. She’s pretty much obsessed with everything Disney related. When I received confirmation that I was chosen to host a #DisneySide @Home Celebration Disney Princess party for pre-school girls, I instantly became excited for her. However, I was boiling over with nerves on the inside because prior to this, I haven’t ever hosted a party for a bunch of pre-school aged girls. Yikes!
It took a few weeks after I received the confirmation for our #DisneySide @Home Celebration Disney Princess party package to come, however, it was well worth the wait! Our daughter screamed with excitement once she walked in the house and saw the huge box, “Mommy! This box is for me?!?” She couldn’t even wait to take off her coat before trying to open it. Unfortunately for her, we made her wait. Mean parents, right? She had homework to do, and she needed to have dinner first.
The package included everything, I mean everything needed to host a Disney Princess themed party for little girls – from invitations to tablecloths and table decorations, even party favors. The majority of the items in the package were Princess Sophia, which my daughter watches on her downtime. The only thing I had to do was pick up the snacks, which consisted of pizza, potato chips, pretzels, juice, Oreos, and chocolates.
As I previously mentioned, invitations were included in the huge #DisneySide @Home Celebrations box. I handed out the invitations to our daughter’s friends at daycare, and to our neighbors that have children around our daughter’s age. On the invite, I noted to have each girl wear their favorite Disney Princess outfit. The day of our #DisneySide @Home Celebration Disney Princess, I was surprised that out of all of the girls there only one didn’t wear her Disney Princess costume, and that’s okay. I’m all for individuality. However, it was nice seeing my home filled with mini princesses like Cinderella, Elsa, and Princess Tiana.
During the party, with the help of my sisters and niece, we entertained the mini Disney Princesses with activities. I was so lucky to have a guide along with activities to do to keep these girls entertained during our 3-hour party. The first game we played was Bingo, and following that we took a break, and polished the girl’s nails. After their nails were dry, we played pin the smile on Mickey. Our smallest Disney Princess, who was dressed up as Princess Tiana, won!
|Pin the smile on Mickey
Overall, hosting the #DisneySide @Home Celebration Disney Princess wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be. Although we started a bit late because I had to take mini-me to her dance class that morning, and then try and get everything setup without her finding out about it, it turned out great. All of the kids had fun, and now my daughter is insisting we take her to Disney World and so that she can see the Disney Princesses in real life, and show her #DisneySide. You know what that means? We’re planning a trip to Orlando!
Big thanks to Disney Parks and Mom Select for allowing our family to participate in the #DisneySide @Home Celebration Disney Princess, and allowing us to make what have been a regular Saturday afternoon for our daughter turn into a magical Disney Princess experience. Oh and, we are now the coolest and best parents of all time!
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Disclosure: I received free products to host a Disney Side @Home Celebration via Disney Parks and MomSelect. The opinions expressed here are my own.