Today we are celebrating my sweet daughter’s birthday by giving her a Sofia the First Birthday Party on a Budget.
You are going to love all of these Sofia the First Birthday Party Ideas!
Our little adores Sofia the First.
Sofia is one my favorite princesses too. So I was super excited to start planning her purple princess birthday party!
Sofia the First Birthday Party on a Budget
Let’s start with the invitations.
I looked everywhere for a free printable to use as a Sofia the First Birthday Invite.
The good news is I found the perfect printable. The bad news is that it is no longer available.
But don’t stress!
One of my favorite DIY projects for this party is this Sofia the First Wreath. It’s the perfect way to greet your royal guest!
The next thing you are going to need are pink and purple princess party decorations.
Princess party decor doesn’t get much cheaper than plastic tablecloths. That’s just what I used to make tons of fluffy pompoms and garlands for the party!
Simple princess party favors are a must have for a Sofia the First Birthday Party on a Budget.
Our party guests loved these easy DIY party favors:
Ever since we revealed her First Princess Dress, Tootsie has been over the top excited about her birthday.
She has been Princess Sofia for weeks. There may have been a few spats about not wearing her party dress to bed.
Tootsie loves to wear her Sofia the First Princess Dress daily!
What’s a party without some yummy food to eat?
The table was set with crystal and dishes gathered from the party girl’s Grandmother’s house.
Decorating with photographs and a framed party invitation is a fun and easy touch. So is wrapping a recycled can with paper and adding an accordion paper rosette.
Then there’s the Pièce de résistance. Hope you said that with your best French accent.
It’s the Princess Cake.
I wish I could say this cake was as easy as the YouTube video said it would be. But that would be a teensy weensy fib.
Tootsie got her own smash cake!
On the way home, the children grabbed a bag of Princess Play Dough and a Twirly Ribbon Wand.
This party was a wonderful way to celebrate our baby girl. The sparkle in her eyes when she blew out her three little candles… precious.
I hope I have encouraged you to make it yourself and use what you have to create a celebration your little one will not forget. Thanks so much for sticking through all these Princess Party Posts!
- Simple Princess Party Favors
- How to Make Princess Play Dough
- How to Make Pompom Garlands
- Sofia the First Birthday Party Wreath
- DIY Princess Cake for a Sofia the First Party
- Sofia the First Birthday Party on a Budget
More Princess Birthday Party Ideas!
- Princess Party Hats (An Ice Cream Treat) from MomDot
- Disney Princess Tutu Favor Bags from Laura’s Crafty Life
- Princess Pink and Gold 3rd Birthday Party from Pizzazzerie
I link up with these fun parties!
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