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Mermaid Party for a Mermaid
Mermaid Princess Tea and
a swish of the magic wand our little girls will be transformed into little
mermaids and splish-splash around the blue ocean! Little girls will be
transformed into beautiful little Mermaids with our Mermaid Costumes and
Little boys into brave Pirates!
We will feast on shell-shaped sandwiches,
shell-shaped treats, enjoy an exquisite 3-D mermaid cake, and have fun
decorating our take-home crafts! Our tea table will be decorated with
elegant table linens and even our napkin rings, chairs and tea sandwiches
will have our mermaid theme! Kids will enjoy feasting on mermaid
plates from their favorite movie. For more photos
Mermaid Party Game:
Fill a wide bucket or small blow-up baby pool
with water, put a few drops of blue food coloring, and drop magnetic fish in the water.
Anyone that catches a fish, gets a prize! A party
Mermaid and Pirate Treasure
Design a treasure hunt with clues that leads up to the
Treasure Chest Piņata.
Make sure you design the clues with pictures and
clearly written words so that kids who aren't able to read yet, can
participate. Put clues in common areas, like dining room,
kitchen, or outdoors, like garage, etc. Kids will squeal with delight
once they find the
Treasure Chest Piņata
filled with goodies. Perfect way to end a
Mermaid Party Decor:
Party packages are
easy and comes with all the
Mermaid party supplies you need. Plates, napkins, table cloth, favors,
and more...Decorate table with party supplies. Just hang green, blue and pearl colored balloons and streamers
from the ceiling to make it look like bubbles and seaweed!
To make chairs look festive, get tulle and wrap around chairs.
Tie with decorated shells and ribbons.
Mermaid Fairytale History and Trivia:
When did our fascination with mermaids begin?
Perhaps one of the most famous mermaid stories is the one that has
originated from the Danish poet, Hans Christian
Andersen (1805-1875). It tells about how a little
Mermaid at age 15, for the first time swims to the surface of the sea, where
she fell in love with the Prince she saved from drowning. She lost her
fish tail, when she sold her voice to the evil sea witch, who in return gave
her the "most beautiful legs any girl could ever have". The mermaid
wanted to win the Prince and an immortal soul so she could be with the
Prince forever. Sounds familiar? Disney's Little Mermaid Story
was inspired by this original tale.
Little Mermaid Sculpture in
Mermaid sculpture has then been created and was put up in 1913 on the shores
of Denmark. It has become one of the most popular symbol and landmark
of this country. The sculpture was made by sculptor Edvard Eriksen and
was unveiled in 1913.
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