Rapunzel Party.

Ada's fourth birthday bash.

Here's how I did it..
I used this Pascal template, printed on colored paper. They took a lot of time to cut and glue but they were worth it, because Ada loved them.

I used a roll of table vinyl cloth from the party store. I think I paid 12 dollars for 100ft. to make 
Rapunzel's hair. 

I hid little Pascal's throughout the house and in Rapunzel's hair!

I google image searched for this sign, enlarged it, printed it, glued it to cardboard, traced all of the lines with a sharpie to make the image a bit more sharp and then attached it to a stake and put it in the garden by my doorway.

I served cheese, crackers, meats, some fruit and veggies. I also made fried chicken at the birthday girls request!

I made a four layer cake and used this template to make the cake topper. I printed it on white card stock to make sure it wouldn't be flimsy. 

I dyed each layer's batter with more and more drops of coloring to create a gradient cake before it was baked.

I bought the pinata at the party store for 9 dollars and filled it with Pez dispensers, Pez refills and bubble gum. 

I always said I'd never have a pinata at a child's birthday because it can be a little risky, but I'm glad I changed my mind, it was a fun alternative to a party game but still provided an activity to entertain the guests.

I google image searched for a Flynn Rider wanted poster, cut out Flynn Rider's face, glued the paper to cardboard and used it to take pictures of the party guests.

^Happy Birthday girl? Check.
The party was a success!



  1. just luuuuv it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Wonderful pictures! The ‘wanted’ banners are so cool and loved the long hair that is covering the corridor, the window and the main door. I want this too for my 16th birthday party. My mom has booked one of the venues in NYC for my birthday party and my sister is planning a theme-based party.