Snow White Party -Dinner and A Movie: Snow White themed dinner and party decor ideas, and Snow White printables.
I’m wishing, I’m wishing, for the one I love… to have a Snow White party themed dinner and movie night with! Snow White is the second Disney Princess Themed Dinner and a Movie night. You can check out all the details from our The Princess and The Frog dinner and movie night here. We’re having so much fun creating these special family nights this summer.
Snow White is as classic as they come, since it was the very first Disney princess movie, in fact, the very first Disney movie. Lovable Snow White is the victim of her jealous step mother the Queen, and takes refuge in the cottage of the seven dwarfs. She’s assisted by the friendly forest animals.
The Snow White Party Decor
For our special Snow White themed dinner we started out with putting together the decor for the night. I wanted to create a forest feel in our living room. I found the cutest forest creatures at the dollar store. They’re meant as garden decor, but were the perfect scale for our party. I also picked up a few clip on birds at the dollar store, as well.
To make it look like a forest I used a large branch and some wild flowers on the table too. The birds were perfect to clip on to the branch amongst the leaves. I also used several wood cake stands -see how we DIY’d them here. To add even more of the forest feel to our table, I added in some preserved moss, and a few acorns and pinecones too. I also had some ceramic mushrooms, that were the perfect touch.
Our beautiful forest table, filled with friendly forest animals wasn’t our only special spot for this party. I added a side table, but with a much darker feel. This area was inspired by the evil queen, and the poison apple. For this area, the first thing I did was add in this large birch tree, that I had from some decor in the past. It’s one that I cut down and used cement to make a base for in a bucket. It was perfect for adding the spooky forest feel from the film. I also had some curly willow branches that I used on the table.
It wouldn’t be a Snow White party, without the famous mirror, mirror on the wall. I used my Cricut to add the saying to the mirror with vinyl, I’ll be sharing all the details in a tutorial later in the week. Lastly I added some moss to the table.
Snow White Party Printables
My favourite addition to our Snow White party table was the gorgeous printables. We made a cute sign with the phrase “I’m wishing for the one I love” our favourite line to sing from the movie. We printed it on card stock and used it on our table, or you could add it to a picture frame. Along with the sign we made a Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs movie ticket. Print these out and give them to your kids, date, or friends in anticipation of movie night.
We also made food labels, straw flags, dessert picks, and water bottle labels to fit our theme. My favourite is the bottled water label. Our water’s from the Wishing Well Water Company, “quenching thirst and granting wishes since 1938” (when Snow White was first released).
Snow White Themed Foods
We love nothing more around here than a film and food pairing. It’s so fun to create food inspired by the movie and enjoy it while watching. In the movie, Snow White comes to the cottage and makes the seven dwarfs dinner. Their dinner is soup and bread, so that inspired our dinner as well.
I made a beef and vegetable soup, and I’m be sharing the recipe here later in the week. In the movie, there are also rolls on the tables that look like little miniature loaves of bread, so I picked some up at the grocery store and added them to our table.
When the seven dwarfs invite Snow White to stay she offers to cook for them each day and they ask for gooseberry pie, plum pudding, and apple dumplings. Apple dumplings are an easy favourite of ours, so we made them for our dinner too -find our recipe here.
Of course we had to include some poison apples. We made homemade candy apples, and they looked and tasted amazing for our party. I’ll be sharing the recipe next week. To make them feel extra rustic, I clipped some branches to use as the sticks for them.
I also found a cute glass apple bowl at the dollar store, and used it to hold some apple flavoured lollipops.
In the movie the evil queen tells the woodsman to bring Snow White to the forest and kill her. She also tells him to bring her heart back to the queen in a box to prove he’s done it. The woodsman lets Snow White go and instead puts a pigs heart in the box to satisfy the queen. I found a small wood box at the dollar store and used it to serve some chocolate hearts -for a delightfully gruesome and detail.
This party was so much fun. We had a great dinner together -and probably too many sweet treats too. The movie is a classic for a reason, and I’ll be humming high ho, high ho, it’s off to work we go for ages -along with all the other great songs from the movie.
With a Snow White themed dinner and movie night, life really is a party!