TownleyGirl's latest collaboration was with Jessica Lighter of Celebration Stylist. She created the most magnifique Fancy Nancy party using our Fancy Nancy beauty products :) We reposted her party below, so read on for more fancy details!
I don't know about you but we love the show Fancy Nancy on Disney Junior. And what else do we love just as much? Makeover parties! Fun Fact: At the boutique I used to have, we hosted makeover birthday parties in our party room every weekend and that is where I fell in love with party styling. We decided to combine our loves of Fancy Nancy and makeover parties into the ultimate Fancy Nancy Birthday Party.
Fancy Nancy Party Ideas
1. Put Party Favors on the Table for a Welcome Surprise
This is a great way to get the party started and also tie in your theme. These adorable Fancy Nancy makeup bags from Townley Girl each hold 2 lipglosses in them making them the sweetest little party favor. Place them right on your table for little ladies to enjoy right away. You can even place some lipglosses and nail polishes down the center of the table for easy access.
2. Create a Self Serve Makeup Station
After years and years of hosting makeover parties, I can tell you from experience that this is the way to go! We ordered a bunch of Fancy Nancy Townley Girl makeup and nail polish sets and opened them up to display them on this acrylic display stand that I had along with some accessories and a table, mirror, and stool. The lip glosses looked adorable in apothecary jars and on cake stands. Girls can head over whenever they want to paint their nails or do their hair and makeup.
A note about Townley Girl makeup, it's made for kids and their nail polish peels off easily which is amazing and so perfect for a party.
3. A Bit of Fancy
Fancy Nancy is all about, well, fancy. So don't be afraid to be a little "extra". Add in a little sparkle wherever you can. We used rhinestones around the cake stand and larger ones down the table. We used glitter cardstock in the butterfly on the wall and disco balls on the floor. Add in a pink Eiffel tower, and voila! Fantastique. (That's fancy for fantastic ;-)