I promised last week that I would share some ideas for a Cinderella themed treat table to enjoy at home before you head off to panto this Christmas season.
We enjoyed these treats before our trip to the theatre last Christmas. And it was a first trip to a panto for my lovely brother and sister-in-law. So even more reason to celebrate this panto trip.
I put together this little Cinderella themed treat table for us to enjoy after our lunch, prior to heading off to the theatre to have a good ol’ belly laugh at pantomime Dames and talking furry friends.
Any treats leftover from our dessert at home were stuffed into our individual treat bags to enjoy during the performance.
If you’re off to panto this weekend or in the run up to Christmas, then have a sweet-catching, belly laughing, treat-filled time. Oh I do love panto season…oh yes I do!
Don’t forget to check out ideas for other themed treat tables from Jack and the Beanstalk and Snow White.
Create Cinderella themed treats
Create your own water bottle labels easily with this simple document in Word. Cinderella themed tea party water bottle labels.
- Simply remove the original label from your water bottle
- Download and print the Cinderella themed labels above
- Cut the document into individual labels
- Wrap each label around your bottle, sticking the ends together using double-sided tape at one end.
How about customising some plain paper cups or bags and filling with your favourite sweet or savoury treats to take with you to enjoy during the show? Simply download a copy of the water labels above, print and cut out the Cinderella and Prince Charming images, then stick to your paper cups or bags.
How about some kind of crafty, prince or princess themed activity? Perhaps wand making, crown or tiara decorating, or making fairy godmother fairy dust. We settled for these foil art pictures from Hobbycraft and created Hama Bead Cinderella princesses.
Use a blue coloured icing tube to create a Cinderella-themed cheesecake to enjoy for dessert.
And don’t forget your treat bags to take with you to the theatre. I used gold, red and black washi tape to recreate a prince’s outfit on a white gift bag, while the girls’ princess treat bags were made using blue paper gift bags. I glued some white voile around the centre of the bag to create these princess dresses, finishing off the dress with a gold washi tape band.
Now I know that with all the Christmas madness we have to consider at this time of year, this all seems a little excessive.
But there may be something that takes your fancy. It’s quite simple to add a few special touches here and there which create extra magic to this festive panto season.