Tangled is very popular for birthday party themes right now but I was honestly very disappointed at the lack of decorations and other Tangled party favors. I searched and searched and finally decided most of what we would have would have to be handmade. So them I jumped over to Pintrest and found so many awesome ideas! My only limitation was time. Due to the time of year I only had two weeks to get everything done!
Party City does carry Tangled fill-in-the-blank type invitations for like $3 for 8. I needed 30 invitations. When I found this on Pintrest I knew I could easily make it with card stock, some glitter scrapbook paper, and yarn. I suggest JoAnn's if you have one for the scrapbook paper, it was less than $1 a sheet where Michael's wanted $1.99 each! To print it I just turned the page layout to landscape and did 3 columns. Here is the original pin if you want to see my inspiration!
About 35 feet of yellow, pink, & purple yarn run back and forth about 60 times. Then draped over our front balcony welcomed guests to this Rapunzel party!!
For the craft I decided that the kids could decorate their own paper lanterns! The 3.5 inch size was perfect from the Paper Lantern Store. I also ordered a few colored to use as a birthday banner of sorts. Again due to the lack of time I wasn't able to add the flower decorations I intended on the Happy and Birthday ones. A quick trip to the Dollar Tree and I got foam sticker shapes and letters and also provided washable markers. The kids loved it!!
With the Tangled theme favors for the girls were easy! I knew yarn braids were a must! With supplies from Ribbons and Bows Oh My! I made these cute favors for the girls. And much to my surprise they were not as labor or time intensive as I had thought!
Three sections of 6 strands of yellow, pink, and purple yarn, braided together and tied at each end. Hot glued a barrette, flower/bow to the top, a few flowers along the braid and another bow at the bottom! It was a HUGE it, even with the boys!!
I truly struggled with a favor for the boys and to this day still think I could come up with something better but the boys did appreciate that there was an option other than the braids! I went to Staples and bought 20 4x6 bound notebooks and some Avery address labels. Printed Flynn Rider's wanted poster on the labels and stuck them to the front of the notebook. I also picked up the favor sized boxes of crayons at Party City and using the same labels printed "Color your dream" on them.
My daughter had two requests for her cake/cupcakes. We have a family friend who is really good at making cakes with fondant and had made a mutual friend's cake. So my daughter wanted a tower cake but also requested cupcakes with Rapunzel rings. I easily found the rings online and then enlisted my friend to help with the rest.
The tower was awesome, just a 8 inch round covered in fondant and then the tower was made out of 5 ice cream cones. The top is plastic covered in chocolate fondant but you could easily do it with a sugar cone as well! Then she just piped ivy and added a few fondant flowers. Very simple and beautiful! The cupcakes were all dyed a rainbow of colors as was the frosting. Nothing special other than a decorating tip, even I could have done this!! Thanks Angela for all your help!!