a Tangled Rapunzel party


What a princessy weekend!!  That’s about all we’ve been thinking and breathing lately…Disney princesses.  After my experimenting with marshmallow fondant the other day with the frog cake, I tackled the purple princess herself: Rapunzel.  I found a great cake online to copy 😉 here’s the link: http://imtopsyturvy.com/princess-rapunzel-cake-tutorial/

I don’t have the doll pan, (or any of the other equipment) so had to improvise.  The fondant turned out different than the day before…I admit that I almost had a heart attack in the making of this here doll…. (the colors change a lot in the photos, heehee)

holding my breathe as I shove her into the dress….

lovely plastic cap to protect her hair.  I wasn’t sure that her whole top part was going to stay on, the fondant was slipping a bit.  But it was all ok in the end, gulp!! 🙂

She looks like she’s going to burst into song!! (I think I actually did, when i was finally finished and she was whisked away by her prince charming…Alysia’s dad, haha)

Michelle and I worked together to make stuff to decorate for the party.  Pinterest has lots of good ideas, and we came up with a few of our own!

I used my handy dandy Crop-O-Dile II to punch holes in the treat bags for the cute little pennants, and my daughter made the braids to hang over the side of each bag.I just love purple and yellow!

A homemade banner and cute lanterns!Rapunzel is joined by her friends Flynn Rider and dear Mother Gothel. Michelle served the fruit salad in the cutest little plastic skillets (from Michaels), which later went home in the treat bags.

Braided bread!

The birthday girl enjoyed every moment of her party!  The elegant meal, the “limbo under Rapunzel’s braid” game, the craft…The mommies enjoyed the 15 minutes of silence as the girls busily worked on their craft, a beautiful frame!I was happy that the girls loved the cake!We found this idea on Pinterest, from the Disney site….it took a little time, but totally worth it!  I loved the Pascal party blowers!It was a lovely party!  There are so many ideas to do a Tangled party for cute little princesses! 😉


8 responses »

    • thanks Sherry! I think the girls liked it, about half of them gobbled up the purple fondant, and the other half didn’t touch it at all, haha! It was a fun party and Michelle had it all coordinated and organzied so nicely, the girls had a good time, and almost no pandamonium! 😉

  1. Hi denna,
    This is a beautifull party with some great ideas. Can you tell me where I can get those plastic skillets and the cost. I tried michaels inspire and online but nothing.

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