Enchanting Princess Party Ideas
Here's some creative princess party ideas so you can host a beautiful princess birthday party for your
little girl and make her feel so special. Make the day
perfect with these great princess party ideas for decorations, food,
It’s fun to give girls a chance to dress up all
pretty! This is the perfect occasion to pick out a beautiful
party dress for her, and a tiara of course.
Princess Party Ideas:
The color pink comes to mind for a princess party, so
be sure to have your invitations reflect the colors your party will
have. Princess themed parties are so popular that you can
easily find and purchase princess invitations at any party
store. All you will have to do is fill in the blanks with all
the specific details.
Add a Ribbon:
You can punch two holes
in the top of the invitation, side by side, about three inches apart.
Thread a pink or white ribbon through the holes and tie a bow. This
adds a beautiful embellishment to your invitation.
However, you may want to give a try at designing your own
invitations. If you have access to card-making or scrapbooking
software, take a look at the clip art they include for your
use. Princess is such a popular theme they are bound to have
some clip art you can use. Start with a pink background, and
add in some clip art. Use the text tool to add in the details.
Perhaps you are having a specific Princess party, like one of
the Disney princesses. If so, be sure to add the character to
the invitations. You can find many Disney stickers of the
princesses at your local scrapbooking or craft store.
Are your invitations being hand-delivered? If so, consider
this creative idea. Have each invitation look like a royal
scroll. Type the details using a Proper Royal Font (try
Parchment or Papyrus fonts if you have it). Print this out on
a cream colored thin paper. Glue a wooden dowel to the top
and bottom of the invitation. You can purchase wooden dowels
at Home Depot or Lowes, and cut them down to size. Making
them about one inch larger than the width of the invitation works
nicely. Then, roll up the invitation, tie with a bit of
ribbon, and hand-deliver your princess scroll invitation!
Princess Party Ideas:
Decorating with pretty pastels looks very feminine and
princess-like! My had a Disney princess party for my daughter when she
was three. I covered the cake table with a pink tablecloth,
and had a bunch of pastel colored helium balloons on the
Sprinkling some glitter (fairy dust) on the table looks very
pretty too! Fresh flowers in vases also add a beautiful feel
for a princess birthday party.
You can make a lot of beautiful decorations using pastel
colored netting. You can use it to create large netting pom
poms, which look beautiful hanging at different levels from the
ceiling, above the party table. You can also use it to create
a beautiful swag all around the party table, and across the
doorway the guests enter.
Be sure to create a birthday banner for the guest of honor
too. I created a printable princess birthday banner that is
free for you to use. If you would like to download the PDF
file, simply click on the banner image below.
There are so many beautiful princess birthday cakes for you to
explore. Simply type in princess cakes in your
Internet’s browser search bar and try an image
search. There are so many fun ideas!
Bakeries often have much experience making princess cakes and will
probably have several different types to choose from, or try making
One idea I love is to create a castle on top of the cake, using upside
down ice cream cones. You can use cake cones (for a flat top)
and sugar cones (for a pointed top). You can then add
frosting to the cones to decorate them even more.
A simple idea you can do yourself is to place a tiara right on top of
the cake. All you have to do is frost the cake pink, add on
the tiara, and maybe some lettering and borders with a frosting
tip. Easy, and beautiful!
Finger sized foods that can be picked up works very nicely for this
type of party. You can serve little breads, muffins, and
princess shaped cookies (think tea party foods).
Pink lemonade or Raspberry ginger ale makes a wonderful drink that
matches all the décor.
If you are serving a main dish, sandwiches work nicely. Cut
them into small squares and stick a pretty sandwich pick through each
one to keep the presentation beautiful. Try serving a
vegetable tray, and a tray of fruit kabobs.
Princess Party Ideas:
Games and Activities
the Tiara on the Princess
– You can print out a
poster size image of your regular printer using the free software
make multiple copies of the
tiaras, print each child’s name on on each one, and use a
scarf as the blindfold.
Like a Princess
– Have the girls line up, and
place a book on top of each of their heads. Have them walk as
gracefully as possible to the other side of the room without the book
falling. If it falls, they must go back to the start line and
try again. The first child to get to the finish line without
their book dropping wins.
– If you have some princess dress up
clothes, this relay works great! Create two teams, that will race
against one another. Have each child race to one end of the
room, where they must quickly put on an entire outfit of princess dress
up clothes. You can include clip on earrings, jewelry, a
tiara, dress up shoes, and a wand! They must then strut back
to the beginning of the line, doing their best princess walk, and
strike a pose. Then, they should run back to where they got
dressed and quickly take off their princess clothes, run back to the
start line, and tag the next girl in line. This is really
funny and cute to watch, so have your camera ready!
– This game can be played by
older kids, or try passing it out to the parents at the party to keep
them busy! See how much trivia they know. You can
easily find questions to ask (along with the answers) by visiting
When you search for any movie on this site, there is a
link on the page for trivia. Or, try thinking of some
– There are many craft kits available
that allow you to decorate your own tiara or wand. You can
also try to make your own necklace. Take a stroll to your
local craft store and see what they have. The Foamies brand
offers a lot of craft kits that have everything you need already
included, you just supply the glue.
Princess Party Ideas:
You can make your own party favor bags by purchasing some inexpensive,
solid colored, paper bags. You can decorate them up using an
image from the internet, stickers, and gem stickers.
Here’s some princess party ideas of fun things to fill those party
bags up with: candy, princess fruit snacks, princess
stickers, dress up jewelry, a tiara, lip balm, or hair clips.
I hope you enjoyed these
princess party ideas!