13th Jun 2014 Published by Catherine Haines
Fun Princess Party Ideas
If your birthday girl dreams of being a princess for the day but you haven’t got a clue where to start, we’ve got a heap of ideas for the special day.
Princess parties are a perfect opportunity to dress up in your best princess fancy dress. Don’t forget to tell the guests on the invite!
Make A Crown
Every princess deserves a crown, so why not make them. It’s always great to have a craft activity at a kids party as it’s fun, you have something special to take home and in this case you can wear it.
Use ready cut crown shapes and use your imagination. Stick on gems and stickers are perfect as they are mess free and means the children can be as creative as they want to be independently. They’ll just need a little help to fix them together at the back.
A spot of pampering can make anyone feel like a princess. Get the party goers to take it in turns applying makeup and being pampered. A touch of lip gloss and some sparkly powder always go down well. If you want to paint nails make sure its quick drying, alternatively use nail stickers which have no drying time leaving the little princesses free to play without spoiling their new look.
Princess Party Games
- Pin the horn on the unicorn
- Musical Thrones – use chairs or cushions
- Pinata – Unicorn pinatas are always a favourite
- Bubble Ball – Swirl around the dance floor with bubbles galore
- Hide Cinderella’s slipper – a princess dressing up shoe works a treat
- Princess Colouring Pages
Make the party venue feel really special with some pretty decorations. Tissue pom poms look really effective hung on the walls or even from trees if you are outside.
Use coordinating balloons with pretty ribbons that can be taken home after the party.
Crepe streamers are also very versatile. Twist two colours together and hang across the room, make flowers and even use them as a ribbon alternative on presents.
Dig out your Christmas lights to put some sparkle into your room and add some pretty confetti to the party table. Flowers also look pretty and how about decorating your dining room chairs with ribbon and cushions to make them feel more throne like!
Princess Party Food
Butterfly and fairy cakes look really pretty and the kids love helping to make them before the party.
Fruit kebabs are colourful, fun and taste fantastic.
Cut sandwiches with biscuit cutters – crown shapes are really effective
Princess birthday cakes can make a stunning impact to the party table. You can order from specialist cake makers, use supermarket versions or even make your own!
Unicorn lollies are great to take home at the end of the party. How about a yummy bubblegum flavour.
Princess Special Guest
Princess performers are growing in popularity. I’ll always remember my girls meeting Ariel from The Little Mermaid. They talked about it for months afterwards.
Many princess performers can come dressed as your child’s favourite princess and will provide dancing, singing, games, balloon modelling and games. They also create a memorable photo opportunity.
In order to book simply type ‘hire a princess’ and your county into your chosen search engine, if you’d prefere to organize it yourself simply hire a costume and rope in your most princessy friend!
Princess Party Bags
Themed party bags always go down a treat at the end of the party. How about some pretty necklaces or make your princesses truly magical with some fairy wands. Princess tattoos are also fun as well as stationary sets and stickers in the same theme. There are a host of different princess themed party favours to make your guests feel really special.
Whatever you decide to do at your princess party we’d love to hear your ideas. Feel free to get in touch and above all have a great party.
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