I made an invitation using Photoshop, and printed it off on card stock. We sent the invites to her friends in the mail. This was fun because we could talk about how to address an envelope, and learn to write our address. Plus who does not love getting something in the mail (that is not bills).
What Tangled party would be complete without Pascel? This Pascel is made from foam shapes. I had each pascel ready in a plastic bag to assemble for each kid. I found this idea on Pinterest, but I could not find the original source, it was just a picture!
The highlight of the party was the pinata! I don't like buying expensive pinatas, I would rather put the money into fun stuff inside. I saw this idea on Pinterest from Scott and Maran and Three Cuties! We made a pinata out of a box, covered in a little duct tape, wrapped it in white paper, and put a Flynn Ryder Wanted Poster on the outside!
The best part was beating it with a frying pan! It took them quite a while to bust the pinata open. I filled the pinata with school supplies... shameless I know. (I did have a small amount of candy). But the kids enjoyed it, and I didn't have to worry too much about my sweet diabetic niece.
The birthday girl had fun opening presents!
To complete the party we had Rapunzel Tower Cupcakes, I know I am not the best decorator, but the kids enjoyed them!
The birthday girl choose to have Aebleskivers for our family birthday dinner! I love this toothless girl!
I like to LINK to these great parties!