15 Jan

Sweet & Dreamy Cinderella Birthday Party

castle name card holder for a cinderella birthday party

As Cinderella explains in the beginning of the 1950 Disney classic, “A Dream is a wish your heart makes.” Well, Carolina Guzik photographed this Dreamy Cinderella Birthday Party, and it’s overflowing with sweet and nostalgic details guaranteed to make little princess-loving hearts sing! I’m especially loving the the adorable little mice with their sewing bobbins at the makeover station (a.k.a. the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique), prepped & ready to help the pint sized princesses get dressed for the Royal Ball. Cinderella herself stopped by to help as well, and from the looks of how everything turned out, I’m pretty sure the Fairy Godmother would approve. ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Silver castle & carriage name card holders + GORGEOUS blue and silver Princess Carriage cake
– Spools of thread, sewing mice silhouettes, Cinderella’s dress pattern, & adorable “button” cookies
– Framed wall silhouettes above the dessert table + a large vintage wall set at 5 minutes to midnight!
– Silhouettes of Prince Charming & Cinderella displayed atop pretty white hydrangea centerpieces
– Face painting, caricature drawing & balloon animals to keep the princesses plenty entertained

Cinderella princess carriage birthday cake

blue and white cinderella party decor with prince charming silhouette

bibbidi bobbidi boutique sign

princess dresses, sewing mice, and cinderella pumpkin

girls birthday makeover station

princess birthday face painting

princess tulle wands

cinderella story birthday party

Cinderella princess party centerpiece

princess girly dessert table with macarons and sugar cookies

ribbon tied button cookies

birthday party ice cream station and sugar cookies

framed Cinderella party silhouettes

face painting, balloon animal, and caricature drawing birthday party activities


PARTY DETAILS as told by Carolina

This Cinderella inspired birthday brunch was a delight! All of the details were amazing and created the perfect ambiance for a fairy-tail celebration. The tables were decorated with flowers and silhouettes of the main characters of the book, and the dessert table was filled with yummy treats.

The kids enjoyed fabulous face painting and balloons animals, plus a fantastic caricature artist. The highlight of the party was when Cinderella showed up to the party and opened the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and started fixing the girls’ hair and nails.



– Photography: Carolina Guzik Photography
– Catering: Americaters
– Rentals & Linens: Eventiste
– Cake: Cake Craze Miami
– Pastries: Atelier Monnier
– Caricatures: Carlos, Al-Rod Studio
– Face Painting: Heather, All Star Events
– Balloon Artist: Corney, All Star Events


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Jackie SAYS:

Thanks for featuring my daughters’ party Jennifer! Carolina was an amazing photographer & captured so many special moments. Xoxo

Reply January 15, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Tanya SAYS:

Where did you find the book or pattern of cinderellas dress please? thank you!

February 17, 2014 at 4:43 pm

Magali Vega SAYS:

Yes, where did you get the book?

Reply February 18, 2014 at 2:18 pm

Jackie B SAYS:

I got it on eBay. It’s an old disney collectors item.

Reply March 9, 2014 at 5:25 pm

Valarie SAYS:

I was wondering where you got the Cinderella cut-outs? I am doing a princess themed baby showe and love this idea!

Reply December 29, 2014 at 12:35 pm

Jackie B SAYS:

Hi Valarie! He framed cutouts I got on etsy. The ones for the tables and the mice, I made myself, super easy! Just find a pic on Google images you like and print it to whatever size. Cut it out and trace on card stock & then cut that out. I may still have the Cinderella frames and would be happy to sell to you for cheap if you still need. It’s probably just collecting dust in my closet!! Let me know

Reply February 5, 2015 at 6:38 am

Eileen SAYS:

what was the book called that had the pattern of the dress?

Reply March 24, 2015 at 1:22 pm

Jackie B SAYS:

Hey Kari, just emailed you.

Reply April 9, 2015 at 12:55 pm

Jackie B SAYS:

Eileen, the book is a Disney collectors item I found on eBay.

Reply April 9, 2015 at 12:56 pm

Megan SAYS:

Would you share the name of the book and the author? :)


August 2, 2015 at 4:11 pm

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