Kara's Party Ideas Knights & Princess Birthday Party! | Kara's Party Ideas

today’s winning feature goes to this amazing
knights and princess birthday party
wow, they didn’t miss a thing!
so cool how this party was for both boys AND girls!
i love all the attention to detail!
and look at the dessert table in the fireplace! brilliant.
what a great party!
thanks for your submission! congratulations on winning today!
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11 Comments
  1. 1 Funky Woman

    Oh my heavens these are adorable! No detail was forgotten, great job!

  2. Kim @ Frost Me!

    she did a fantastic job! And I love her backyard too!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
    party inspiration

  3. Wendy @ Whimsy & Wise Events

    What a beautiful party!!!! Such a great job! And I LOVE the chandeliers outside!

  4. Two Bees Tutus and Events

    Thank you so much Kara for featuring us today. Such an honor, I follow your blog daily. It's the best!!!
    Ladies, thank you so much for your comments. We really do put alot of work into the set up and are thrilled to receive recognition for it!!! The backyard we had to work with was amazing, how could you not use the fireplace as a candy buffet. It was awesome! Thanks to City Cradle for the chandelier inspiration!!! – http://thecitycradle.com/

  5. Brittany @ GreyGreyDesigns

    This is SO sweet. Love incorporating the outdoor fireplace for that perfect medievel touch!

  6. Collections from my Heart

    I love the chandelliers, the fireplace, the place setting, absolutely everything I love every detail. AND i love how the girls are all dressed up, I wonder if my friends would let me throw a party like this for a girls night and get dressed up too??? Great Job!

  7. jessica muir

    I want to do a knight theme for my son’s birthday similar to this but i cannot find affordable shields. Can you please tell me where you bought those or if you made them what supplies did you buy and from where? Thank you so much!

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