Paige decided that each of her guests needed a princess tiara, jewelry, & makeup. So when the loverly little ladies arrived, they either came lavishly adorned or got to pick out of our dress up box. Hair was done, and makeup (not so sparingly adorned) each pretty girl along with a generous proportion of body glitter on every last inch of skin from cuff to collar. We made shrinky jewelry that wasn't so great (warning: try it out ahead of time - some disappointed girls) but we also made heart shaped refrigerator magnets that were so easy to make and as cute as can be. Which everyone enjoyed while snacking on bite size pb&j sands, fishie crackers, marshmallows, chocolate robin eggs, cheese & crackers, and valentine suckers (can we say SUGAR OVERLOAD? - any ideas who planned the menu?)Jessica (from preschool), Olivia (our neighbor), and Summer (from Paige's kindergarten class - she's the one all the boys love - it's not hard to see why) - Thanks to Summers mom as well for sticking around and helping with all the projects!
Elle (from preschool), Asia (Paige's cousin from Grandma Nette's side), and Leah (cousin from Grandpa Ron's side). We only had one small scuffle over who got the pink tea cup and graciously, Jessica let the hostess have her way and was content with a pink sippy cup. Thank heavens the drama stayed on the down low... except for one last little surprise party crasher we had in our midst's.