This party is one of those parties that everyone should see!    I am very excited to share with you the Birthday Wish Party that  Paula, from Frog Prince Paperie, designed for her little girl.  It is a fabulous wish come true!

The colors are beautiful- pink and silver were requested by the birthday girl because she says those are the colors of wishes!  The invitations included the party information and an overlay of wishing traditions…

The desserts were everyone’s wish come true…beautiful and yummy!


The children had a wonderful time making wands and snow globes- and playing with the balloons that decorated the floor.  They also enjoyed a magic show with a dove as an exciting highlight!

The party favors were displayed in such a gorgeous way~

A beautiful party and a most beautiful birthday girl!  May all of your wishes come true~


Vendors and Credits-

Party by Frog Prince Paperie

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