G.H. asks from Dallas, TX on August 08, 2008
Birthday Party for 5 Year Old - Dallas,TX
My daughter will be turning 5 this coming year and although I know it's a little early I would like to get some ideas on what to do for her 5th birthday. I think it's a special year and I would like to make it memorable for her. Any ideas would be appreciated, she's very much a girly girl. I thought about Libby Lu but didn't know if she'd be still too young. Like I said any ideas would be helpful.
D.S. answers from Dallas on August 08, 2008
A party that comes to you - Bella Bee Glamour Girls or Noahs Ark Workshop-you make your own stuffed animal
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T.R. answers from Dallas on August 09, 2008
There is a lady in the Fort Worth Child magazine that does storybook telling. FABULOUS! She goes around to different libraries, schools, homes. Her company is called Fairytale Princess. I used her at my daughters (who is now 11) party when she was 4 and 7 yrs. old. She still asks about her. Good luck.
C.M. answers from Dallas on August 09, 2008
I think that 5 is an ok age to try Libby Lu. My daughter attended her sister's party at 5 and enjoyed it very much. They have some dressup outfits that are like fairies, cute for the little girls.
A suggestion is that you get glammed up first and then go have dinner or lunch with cake somewhere. It is really fun to get glammed up, but even better to go somewhere after they are so cute! Plus Libby Lu doesnt do cake, so you have to do that anyway, right?!
A.D. answers from Dallas on August 12, 2008
We have ballerina birthday parties at our dance studio.
check out our web site for details on the parties
call with any questions.
Thanks, A. Dalton