My Party: Princess M

New Jersey

You can't go wrong with these three "P's." Jodi describes this delightful party: My 4-year-old is absolutely in love with anything Pink and everything Princess. Last year we did a Princess & Knight birthday and this year I wanted to still steer clear of a Disney Princess Party. So we chose the theme Princess and the Pea, with the added flair of Pajamas and Pancakes.

Almost the entire party was a DIY. I love making and creating all of the little details. Lots of sewing and gluing going on for this event!

Each girl came dresses in their pajamas. They had fun at the arts and crafts table, got their fingernails and toes polished and face painted. After gobbling down a yummy pancake breakfast, they all sat down for the Princess and the Pea story and some fun Princess and the Pea games. At the end of the party they enjoyed their cupcakes and each girl was given a handmade party favor bag, filled with goodies.

My daughter still does not do well at other children's parties, a bit anxious. This home party was perfect for her and she loved it!

Thanks Jodi! Readers, you can visit Jodi at Paintchips and Cupcakes.

(Images: Paintchips and Cupcakes)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.