I stuck a plastic container atop an empty box of shuttlecocks and added a conical paper roof for her tower.To keep her busy and out of our hair I asked her to decorate it anyway she liked...It turned out so cute that mom and I decided it was indeed the best Rapunzel's Tower and based our cake scenery around it !!
The cake is a circular chocolate cake and I drew a road on it with a knife.My little one decided how the scene would look [made our job easier!]
Placed Rapunzel's tower at the top of the road and Rapunzel walked along it with her prince to keep her company!
We used a knife to cut wafers to make the fence along the road. I kept the cake icing fairly simple with just vines and flowers.
The toy castle was her birthday present and she was a bit reluctant to add it to the scenery as she wanted to keep on playing with it!
The Paper Rapunzel is a 3 D papercraft made using templates from Disney --it was quite easy to make and looked so charming!
We placed a Rapunzel cut out from her toy's plastic packaging onto a toy castle and used it as part of the party decor!
This little Paper craft Rapunzel scene from Tangled Movie was again made by the birthday girl using some free printable from Hellokids.com
I am not a party gal and planning a simple party itself gives me ulcers so this theme party did give me its share of nightmares and panic moments!! but far from being a disaster the party was a roaring success for my little one [so worth all the worrying and panic !]