Here are some pictures from the party:
Here's the little birthday girl showing me how she's going to "rock out" at her party in the dress-up SHE chose to wear since it's pink for her pink party.
But then decided that might be a little too crazy and needed a minute to compose herself before friends arrived.
Some of the food and the magic wands every princess and prince needs.
And, of course, some pink cupcakes which I ate way too many of.
I made what Jane calls a, "pink pompom rock wall", which she promptly asked to climb after it was hung. The answer was an immediate no.
And you can't have a Brinkerhoff party without stuff hanging from the ceiling.
Here's my princess's pink diamond pinata. 2 days and 2 broken needles later and it was done! Hand stitched felt-covered cardboard. Best $3 pinata ever.
All the kids lined up ready to take turns pulling the strings out.
Princess Lydia using her big girl muscles!
Jane got a little bored in between turns so she started a game of "run around the rosy" with her sister.
But she came back right as the candy was faaaaaaallliiinnngg...
And all the kids swarmed to find a goodie bag with their name on it.
Enjoying some candy with her two princes, Ben and Matthew. A HUGE thanks to Nicole for making those AWESOME prince capes!
Happy birthday little hurricane princess!