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Each Party is Unique
Every child and group dynamic is unique. Our parties reflect the personalities of everyone attending to ensure a wonderful time for all. We adapt to the situation with grace, energy and structure. Even though each party is different, our format remains primarily the same.
Our parties start with the hostess coming to your home or location with a treasure chest filled with costumes and accessories. She starts with a short story. This builds anticipation while setting the scene for the activities ahead. Then the birthday child opens the treasure chest to reveal all the wonderful costumes inside. After everyone has put on their favorite outfit, we do individual pictures and you get a free website with hosted parties. Next we do a variety of theme related games and activities. So far, the story, dress-up, games and activities last about 45 minutes. We break for cake and presents or food and cake or some half hour where you handle the children and the hostess straightens things back up and also hides the clues for the final treasure hunt. The last 15 minutes of the party is a treasure hunt. This is a series of poems that lead the children from location to location and the final destination has their party favors. You can provide the party favors or we offer a discount for hosted parties for our favor sets.
Since 1999, Princess and Pirate Parties has been focusing on the birthday child being the center of attention with theme related fun for both boys and girls. At a Princess Party the boys would be knights, wizards or dragons. At a Pirate Party girls can choose to be Pixies or Mermaids. Our Super Hero parties have Spiderman, Batman, Batgirl, Power Puff and Power Rangers.
Choose from our over 15 themes including:Princess and Prince Parties
Pirate and Pixie Parties
American Girls Doll Party
Army Theme
Glamour Girls Party Race Car Driver and Cheerleaders Super Heroes Theme
Tea Party

Your Fairy Godmother or hostess facilitates the quest for the perfect party by ending the event with our trademark treasure hunt. Theme and age appropriate clues lead to the party favors. Visit our website to learn more about us or call or email for hosted and mail order party availability.
Also, visit our packages page on our websites for more details on running specials and other event offers!
Not just Kids Parties:
• Bridal Showers
• Wedding & Receptions
• Retirement Celebrations

Tea Parties for Adults & Brides
"Teapots, Treats & Traditions" helps you step back in time and enjoy customized Tea Parties. Take a moment and let us bring a Tea Party to you! We offer Tea Parties for all occasions in your own home, school, church, assisted living facility, or other "special place" for a celebration with tradition and elegance. We will provide and set up the party decor and refreshments, supply the entertainment, and even clean up afterwards!
Please allow "Teapots, Treats & Traditions" to help you recreate those delightful moments of socializing with friends in an atmosphere and ambiance of a more genteel era. If you are from Virginia, perhaps you remember the delicious luncheons, dinners and "tea times" at the wonderful Miller & Rhoads Tea Room and Thalhimers Richmond Room in downtown Richmond. We present a lovely nostalgic setting, complete with vintage "hats and gloves" if desired, (we can provide hats-for ladies AND gentlemen- boas, and other accessories) to help bring back those heart-warming days.…...

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