You would never serve hot dogs and popcorn at a ballerina party -- heavens, no. Your guests are way too sophisticated for that. A tea party is the obvious choice for a group of tiara-wearing young ladies. As with the décor, remember our cardinal rule and don't shy away from the pink. Bring out pink platters of tea sandwiches (strawberry cream cheese, anyone?) and -- if your guests are a little young to enjoy actual tea -- pour teacups of pink lemonade (sipped with pinkies out, of course). Dessert is mini pink cupcakes and strawberry ice cream.
If you need more party ideas, check out the next page for our suggestions.
- Boston Ballet. "Ballerina Birthday Parties." (Accessed Oct. 1, 2010) http://www.bostonballet.org/ballerina-birthday-parties.html
- Pottery Barn Kids. "Ballerina Birthday Party." (Accessed Oct. 1, 2010) http://www.potterybarnkids.com/stylehouse/parties/ballerina.html
- The Sweetest Occasion. "Glittery Ballerina Birthday Party." Feb. 5, 2010. (Accessed Oct. 1, 2010) http://www.thesweetestoccasion.com/2010/02/glittery-ballerina-birthday-party/
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