My kids and their friends had so much fun at a Disney Princess Easter Party I threw last week This party has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, and all opinions are my own. As always, thank you for supporting this blog of mine! #DisneyEaster #CollectiveBias
To prepare for this party, I went to Wal Mart to buy all the supplies for decorations, like the Disney Princess plush Easter basket, the Princess design tablecloth I used as a backdrop, pink/white polka dot paper straws and bunch of toys to stuff in the Easter eggs(Princess favors, Cadbury eggs, Starbursts, mint candies).
My daughter was so excited to help me stuff all these cool Princess themed toys inside the Easter eggs!
After the kids ate their snacks, we made a Easter egg rice krispies(recipe below) and went on a Easter egg hunt! Throwing Easter egg hunts in my home is our family tradition we do every year. I love throwing private Easter egg hunt parties because the public ones are always so crowded and some kids get so competitive, but more so the parents of the kids! Every year I see the moms and dads running around the egg hunt grabbing everything they could see and stuffing it inside their kid’s egg baskets. And happily looking at what their child got and how full the basket is while some of the other kids are walking around with just a few eggs and crying because they didn’t get so many. That just boggles my mind. We do go on as many public egg hunts as possible, but I make sure my kids go around and look for any kids that are sad or crying and share their eggs. And I certainly don’t help stuffing their egg baskets, of course. So the private ones that I personally throw are nice because there’s not as many kids and every kid gets a fair share. After the egg hunt, all the kids sat and opened their eggs and traded toys so they all had at least one kind of each toy. I wrapped up the treats in a Princess party bag and everyone went home happy!
How do you feel about public Easter egg hunts? Do you participate in them or no and why? They sure can get crazy!
Easter Egg Rice Krispies
a plastic egg
treats to put inside the egg
1. Make rice krispies as usual. Put a chunk of rice krispies inside the egg and with your fingers press down to the sides of the eggs(mine was about 1/2″ thickness).
2. Put treats inside the egg and close the egg.
2. Let the rice krispies harden for 20 mins.
3. Open up the egg and there you have a Easter egg made out of rice krispies!
Summer @ Banana Hammocks & Tutus says
I LOVE the Easter Egg Rice Krispie recipe! we love rice Krispie treats because my son has Celiac Disease and it's one of the few things he can eat that his siblings also eat. Cute party! #client
Sweet of you to throw a Easter egg party for the kids, most kids love egg hunting. Watching the kids have a great time is a pretty good feeling & knowing that you did a great job of it is very forfilling as well.