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My youngest insisted on having an Ever After High – Raven Queen birthday party.  I went to Pinterest for inspiration and there was not much out there.  So we had to get creative- as she was not going to be persuaded with anything else.

In a month of three birthday celebrations, I had to get creative. None of the Character Impersonators that I called had a Raven Queen character… some had not even heard of Ever After High.

Our theme colors were black, purple and silver.  My birthday girl chose a personalized Raven outfit on Etsy.


When our guests arrived, they were each given a tutu (red, purple or black) and a colored hair accessory.


I decided to make her party a two-fold craft party.  First- they each got to decorate their own wooden book box, which was personalized with each child’s first initial.


I set the table with a book at each seat and scattered jewel stickers along the table top to decorate their books.  The wooden books, the jewel stickers and the mini-frames with their initials were all purchased at Michael’s.


The girls were very artistic with their decorating.


After they were finished decorating their books, I added journals (2 for $1 at Michael’s) & Ever After High bracelets inside as a take home favor.


The girls then played Kiss the Frog


And I passed out Ever After High fortune tellers that I downloaded for free on their website. They have several fun downloads on their site.


After a quick lunch, the girls started their next project- decorate your own looking glass.

Make Your Own Looking Glass

I bought the mirrors on Amazon and used a metallic sparkle spray paint to give them the royal treatment. I also added the sparkly purple bows on each one.  I bought the skeleton key jewel stickers at Michaels, and each guest got to design their own mirror with the skeleton key sparkle stickers and other jewels.


Once all of their looking glasses were glammed out, we sang Happy Birthday to our birthday Queen!

Ever After High Raven cake


In addition to an amazing cake made by Momma Zinga, cake pops and purple rock candy were served.  I made the water bottle labels using a free template online.


A birthday fit for a royal!



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