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#BDayOnBudget #CollectiveBias August is a crazy month for me; its my wedding anniversary, my daughters birthday, and were taking a week long camping trip. With that said, my daughter will be turning 2 and I thought it would be fun to have a mini party at home with just our immediate family. We still plan on having a larger party with more family and friends a couple of weeks after her actual birthday; which I’ll share more on that later. But, today I’m giving some ideas on how to design a table-scape on a budget plus some free printables!
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We decided to go with the Disney Princess theme by American Greetings because she LOVES all the princess’ right now. We actually have annual passes to Disneyland since we live pretty close, so shes quite familiar with the characters.
I purchased my party decor from Walmart! They have a amazing party selection that’s really well organized by theme, and of course the low price’s help!After I bought all the party supplies, which only cost me $25, I got into the party planning mode.
I made custom invitations, water bottle labels, cupcake picks, and more. See below to print out your own!
For the cupcake picks, all you need to do is print out the design. Cut them out, and tape a toothpick to the paper. Sometimes I also like to tape on a back side in-case your table can be seen from the back.
Next, I put together the goodie bags, which I actually used the Princess cups. This turned out so well and was really easy to make.
I actually took the tablecloth and cut it in half. I used 1 half to drape at the front of the table, and the other half I used as a backdrop. I love how it turned out.
I then used the Disney princess drinking cups as popcorn holders.
Here’s the finished goodie cups. I kept them pretty simple with gold pencils, candy, and a little toy.
Well that’s it! I only spent $25 for Disney Princess Supplies, which some I didn’t even use. Then about $15 for food and drinks and $5 for the hydrangeas. Fortunately the rest were items I had on hand from previous parties. So my total was under $50! Not too bad!!!
Here is the Free invite printable: Princess Invitation
**This is for personal use only, do not re-create and sell**
If you would like the rest of the Printable package visit my ETSY shop Here.
Have you thrown any budget friendly party’s lately? Feel free to share yours tips in the comments, I’m always looking for new ideas!
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