3rd Birthday Party

My oldest will be 3 on the 7th, but her party is n the 3rd. I have decided to let her pick what her theme is going to be this year. With it being less than 2 weeks away, I'm starting to worry that she can't make up her mind.

It's between Disney's Brave and Disney's Tangled. She changes her mind at least 4 times a day lol. I have really cute game and snack ideas for both, but she just won't make up her mind.

Any ideas on helping her decide which one she wants?

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04/21/14
I don't have the money to even afford character plates lol. We're just using regular paper plates. It's either character plates and cups, or games. I'd rather her have something to do.
Either way we're doing face painting, coloring, and a ball pit (the ball pit we already have everything for here at home). But if we do Tangled there's going to be an apple toss game and pin the nose on Flynn Ryder. If we do Brave, we're going to have an archery tournament with toy bows and arrows for the kids and bobbing for fish (with fake fish).
I'd love to do both, but I can't have all of the games set up, because some of them use the same items.
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04/21/14
I'm just buying regular paper plates. It's the food and decorations that are going to be tied into the theme. I'm going to get streamers, for either one, but the colors depend on which one. And, if we do Tangled, I'm going to string up paper lanterns in the yard, like the ones form the movie. The food is also being done around the theme.
If we do Brave I'm making the cherry drop cakes that the triplets loved so much, with either blue cotton candy or cookies with blue icing for the wisps, teddy grahams, and bear paw print cookies.
If we do Tangled, I'm going to make cinnamon apples, horse cookies, gummy lizards (Pascal), and Magic Sun Drop Juice (yellow juice).
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04/21/14
That's what I'm hoping. I've had several people tell me just to hold off on getting stuff until the week before and have her pick and go shopping for it. That way she can't change her mind. I've also decided, since I can't afford to have a princess come to the house to celebrate with her, whichever one she chooses, I'm going to dress up as and surprise her. Wig, dress, makeup, all of it. I'm going to be doing face painting too, so a "princess" doing face paint and taking pictures with her while she's dressed up is going to be a great surprise for her. I'm going to sneak into the house to change while everyone is here so she's distracted. Then, I'll make a "grand entrance" as the princess.
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    04/21/14
    Beth
    Hahaha we had this same problem with Audrey!! She couldn't decide so eventually I just set her loose in Target and let her choose everything. We had mickey and barbie and dinosaur decorations, blue cake, cupcake invites, and princess balloons. It was a ton of fun because no matter what the kids liked it was part of the theme ;)
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      04/21/14
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