DIY tulle decor and favor ideas for a ballet themed birthday party

For a little girl’s ballet party, decorating with pink tulle is a must! It’s perfect for the theme and – bonus! – for DIY projects, it’s an inexpensive and easy material to work with. Add sweet and feminine details to your ballet party with some of these great ideas:

1. Tulle party balls – Purchase pre-made pom poms like the ones shown above from Heart to Heart, or make them yourself using this tutorial from ediTORIal.

2. Tulle wreath – This gorgeous personalized wreath is for sale at Adisten’s Closet. You can make a simple tulle wreath using tulle strips and an embroidery hoop with this tutorial at Polka Dot Birthday.

3. Tutu chairs – Slip a tutu over a party chair and voila! Seating suitable for a prima ballerina. This idea is from a party by KaLice Events on Hostess with the Hostess.

4. Tutu cupcake tower – Put your tiered cupcake stand up on a pedestal and add a ring of tulle to create a sweet tutu base. This idea is via Cocoa & Fig Cakes & Confections.

5. Tulle tassel garland – So simple and pretty! You could make several strands of these and hang them as a backdrop behind your party table. Get the tutorial at My So Called Crafty Life.

6. Tutu tablecloth – For a big impact, make a big tulle table skirt! Step-by-step instructions are at girl. Inspired.

7. Pink bath puffs – Giving pink bath poufs as a party favor could not be easier, and the material really goes with the theme! You could add a favor tag and some ballerina soaps to complete the goody bag.

8. Tutu favor bags – Adding a tutu top to favor bags is the most clever idea. There’s no tutorial for this that I can find (sadly, it’s one of those untraceable images on Pinterest), but it looks like you just thread tulle onto a ribbon, punch holes in each side of a bag, and tie the ribbon onto the bag. Precious!!

Ballet theme party paper goods and printables from Chickabug -

Shop for personalized ballet theme party paper goods and printables here.
Or, check out more ballet party ideas on Pinterest or here on my blog!