Today I’m sharing easy and inexpensive party favors I created for a Disney Brave birthday party.
I’ll start with the cupcake toppers…I used lollipop sticks (Hobby Lobby) and Brave stickers (Party City). I placed two stickers back-to-back on the lollipop sticks and tied on some blue tulle bows. So easy!
The blue tulle represents the blue wisps in the movie.
For the water bottles, I created labels on my computer with movie images that read, “Thanks for coming”.
I used clear packing tape to attach images to the bottles.
Next, I created “arrows” using red felt and pencils. I cut out the red felt and hot glued it onto the pencils. Then I printed text that reads, “Be brave” and glued that onto the pencils.
The pencils were placed in a pocket I made with two tags glued together.
I printed a bulls-eye for each envelope and inked everything with a brown ink stamp and topped it off with baker’s twine.
Next, we packaged up chocolate Teddy Grahams with double-sided labels I made featuring the brothers/bears in the movie. Here’s one side:
And here’s the other side. It reads, “Follow the blue wisps and find your fortune.”
All the goodies were wrapped up in a drawstring burlap sack that I painted with red and white bulls-eye patterns. You can purchase the bags here.
To create these, just cut out a circle or use a bowl to trace an outline. I painted the entire circle white first, then went back and painted the red parts.
We had a great party and the kids loved their goody bags!
Have you hosted a Brave party?
I’d love to hear about it!