Kara's Party Ideas Ballerina Ballet Dance Tutu Girl 5th Birthday Party Planning Ideas

The gorgeous BALLERINA FIFTH BIRTHDAY PARTY was styled by Amanda and Simone of invite me in Australia. Ballerina parties seem to be so popular right now, but I love that no two are alike. While most of them share the same color scheme (PINK!), each one is full of unique, beautiful ideas.

Here are some of my favorite elements in this ballerina party:
The stunning pink ombre ruffle cake
The stamped mini wooden spoons
The embellished paper party hats
The mini tutu-wearing dress form
and MORE!

Ballet printables + partyware: invite me
Photography: White Spark Photography
Cake: Cake Envy

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:
Push Up Pop Containers
Ribbon
Wooden Utensils
Glass Dessert Jars
White Candy Cups / Cupcake Liners
Popcorn Boxes

  

This is what Amanda said about planning the party– “My gorgeous Grace turned five and loving ballet as much as she does, it was no surprise she requested a ballet themed birthday. Complete with twirling ribbons, pink ruffles and dancing cupcakes, the celebration was every little ballerina’s dream. A festival of all things pink and pretty, as long as there was lots of sparkle, Grace was always going to love it.

We knew the party had begun when a wave of tulle skirts and ballet slippers engulfed the house. Little ballerinas danced and played with Emma the ballerina who had them enthralled with all manner of ballet antics including pass the parcel, musical statues and musical chairs. After a little exercise, our petite party sat down for some afternoon tea.

The extremely talented Anita from Cake Envy provided the centerpiece of the table – an ombre ruffled cake with an oversized sugar flower and bejeweled centre – and ballerinas nibbled on beautiful ballet biscuits, strawberry mousse, tutu chocolates, ballerina push pops and candy.

Vintage-inspired Lovely Lace pastel pink paper plates and cups tied in perfectly with our ballet theme along with the Beautiful Ballerina printables and customized backdrop bunting designed and created by invite me. For a little extra sparkle we adorned our printable hats, sign and chocolates with ribbon, tulle and flowers from our local craft store. Nothing like a bit of cut and pasting to add that extra shine to your printables range!

Our ballerinas danced and twirled the afternoon away and after our guests left, my Grace turned to me and said. ‘Mummy, this is the best birthday I’ve ever had.’ You can’t beat praise like that.”

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8 Comments
  1. Wendy

    LOVE the ruffle cake! And the ballet slippers cookies are gorgeous. This looks really pretty.

  2. Kimberly

    Simply magnificent! You can see how elated the girls are. Keep up the work and you are on “pointe!”. (PS. It almost makes me want to hv a girl!)

  3. Tammy selfe

    Hi love the party. I was wondering were did you get the mini tutu wearing dress from please help. Regards Tammy

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