Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A Disney Princess Party

Our elder daughter turned 5 last month with a Disney Princess themed party. She originally wanted to celebrate at home but we didn't allow it 'cause of limited leg room in our unit. Besides, we don't think it's fun to have almost 15 kids, over 20 adults and a newborn baby all in an 84 square meter condominium. So, we only had a simple celebration on her very birth day then booked McDonald's El Pueblo in Ortigas for a grand party.

My little princess in an Aurora costume. I had this dress customized for a thousand pesos.

The kids. She exclusively invited her best-friends, playmates, classmates and schoolmates.

No more guest is coming? Time to start the party ate! :)

First game for kids. I don't know how they call it. Isn't this pass-the-balloon-game? :P

Make a wish dear! Blowing the candle on her Disney Princess themed cake by Sophie's Mom.

Hubby and I are both happy that we were able to fulfill our elder daughter's dream princess party.

We spent nearly P10,000 for the food and venue. The grand total is roughly P15,000 if I were to add the princess costume, princess cake, and the lootbags (not in the photo). That's it for the fastfood birthday celebration. Next big birthday for our elder daughter is her 7th.


  1. 15k is not bad for a great party! I'm sure your little girl enjoyed her birthday :)

  2. Hi! My daughter will have her Disney Princess-themed birthday party this coming Saturday. It will be held at McDonalds too. Her lola is also preparing a Princess Aurora gown. This post makes me more excited. BTW, your daughter is very pretty. :)

  3. I hope she liked her cake :) thanks for making us part of her special day. She looks lovely in that gown :)

  4. Your daughter is sooo cute in her disney princess costume.

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