Tribal Princess Party Details:
This is what Shana said about designing/styling the party- “We used lots of feathers, arrows, dream catchers, natural wood, antlers and other outdoorsy items for this party but since it’s also a “Princess” party I had to get some glitter in there of course! I dipped feathers into gold glitter, dipped my flower vases in glitter and ordered the most beautiful rosegold sequin table runner from Arcadia Wedding Design. All of the photography, party styling and printables are by Belva June. The sugar cookies are from Kids to College Cookie Creations.
Each guest made their own feather headband which was really fun for the girls. For snacks we had “painted horse popcorn” (chocolate drizzled popcorn), trail mix, pretzel boomerangs, wild berries (shortcake and fruit in mason jars), “totem poles” (fruit and donut kabobs), “hunting spears” (dipped pretzel rods) and other fun tribal themed snacks. It was all the little details that really made this party. I wrapped colored embroidery thread around the wooden utensils and straws and added little feathers to them. We also served drinks in mason jars with feathers and “medicine man” tags tied to them. Each girl got an arrow (wooden skewer wrapped in thread with cute paper feathers on the back) and they tossed them at targets outside. The party hats second as teepees on the table with cute little feathers peeking out of the top. My absolute favorite element of the party though were the gold animal food label holders. I picked up some little animals at the dollar store, spray painted them gold, drilled a small hole into the backs where i inserted a sucker stick and glued the labels to them. Cheap and adorable food labels – done”!
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