We had told the girls to come in their princess costumes, and we had plenty of extras if someone needed to borrow one or forgot, so Juliette got ready for her party in her new Anna costume (thanks Madgie and Patch).
Abbey went as Elsa
It was a gorgeous day, so we decorated the back porch and had the party outside for the most part.
Juliette and her cake.
A few shots of my practice day to show the kids what I could do, which wasn't much! I offered a butterfly...
Rainbow with a pot of gold on one side and a cloud on the other (this was the popular choice)
Or a puppy dog
We did the crafts
Ben and Caroline were on hand to help (notice Ben's camo face painting I did)
When we were planning it, I kept coming up with cute Frozen games to play, but all she wanted was to play Feed Sven, which we borrowed from a friend who did that at her daughter's party and Juliette was thrilled.
After the crafts, game, and face painting, it was off to play!
Our backyard was filled with adorable princesses!
The snowflake decorating craft. And this was a fun thing for us to do before the party. Ben and Abbey really got into making all the snowflakes that we would decorate!
Then it was cake time!
After cake, we still had about 20 minutes left before parents came and all Juliette wanted to do was bring her friends into the basement and play with toys. So, easy enough birthday girl, go have fun! After everyone left, Caroline and Aunt Domi stayed around to open presents.
Aunt Domi did some pink camo for Caroline - these two are so silly :)
So many gift opening helpers!
Then we ordered some pizza and put on a movie.
Matthew slept through most of the party, but eventually woke up and had fun celebrating in his own way.
Juliette said it was the best party ever. It was exactly what she wanted and it was very easy on me and my wallet! Win-Win!