Brooke Shields Throws Princess-Themed Bash for Daughter Grier

Princess Party Castle Decoration
Princess Party Castle Decoration

Actress Brooke Shields went all out for her daughter Gier’s fourth birthday party. The event was princess themed from top to bottom, according to People magazine. With pink decor, crowns, magic wands and delectable princess treats, it turned out to be a bash that Grier will never forget!

Shields spared no expense to give her daughter an elegant and adorable princess party. “The cake and mini cupcakes were almost too pretty to eat and the personalized place mats and juice boxes were just precious,” she told the source.

Amy Atlas’ dessert bar provided the sweet treats, which included bubble gum and cotton candy, as well as a cake adorned with a crown. The place settings, cutlery and wall decorations, were all pink.

Brooke seems to have embraced the spirit of the fete – she donned a pink floral garland.

A princess theme is a great choice for a little girl’s birthday. Wands and tiaras are a staple, as well as pink streamers and balloons. Treat your daughter like the princess she is by following Shields’ lead and throwing a princess themed party!

2 Comments

  • Dolores
    Posted December 29, 2011 at 12:34 AM | Permalink

    Hi, i was looking for something like this for my son’s birthday party. Prince theme do you have something like it?? If so, could you direct me to it.

    Thanks,
    Dolores

    • Posted January 4, 2012 at 10:33 AM | Permalink

      Well, Dolores, we don’t have a prince theme persay. But we do have a few items that we think will help pull that party off. We suggest our Crown Cake Pan for starters. This will give your cake the royal element. Or if you prefer to go with cupcakes, we have the crown cupcake holders to make each of your son’s guests feel like royalty! We also have the most adorable frog mylar balloon with a princely theme to it. Some great party favors would be the Knight Masks. They are also rather inexpensive! A great decoration option is our line of Medieval cutouts including a crest, flags, and pennent banners. For tableware, we suggest the silver and red solid color tableware to accent the other medieval decor. We hope this information helps and we also hope you’ll post photos from the party on our facebook page!

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