Once upon a time… A little girl wished for the most enchanting Princess birthday party. Here are some of the coolest ideas to make her (and your) royal dream a celebration come true. You’ll find ideas for Princess invitations, decorations, printables, party food ideas, Princess activities and more. Start off by comparing between these supplies … Read more
My daughter Natalie loves Disney Princess’ so when it came time to plan her 4th Disney Princess Tea birthday party there was no doubt on what she wanted. For our invitations we printed out a message in old english on some pink card stock. It read “You are cordially invited to attend a royal tea … Read more
In order to make Barbie’s room for the birthday party, I had a bed with a canopy, wall decorations, TV with a Barbie playing on it, rugs, pillows- basically, the works.
My husband used 2 empty range boxes (your local appliance store will usually gladly give them to you!) to create the most realistic play castle for the kids.
I taped a piece of iridescent plastic fringe to the front of Liz’s highchair and threw a piece of inexpensive shiny pink fabric over the back for a “throne”.
For our daughters 5th birthday she wanted a princess-like party so she could wear her Belle dress. My sister and I spent months on our planning her medieval times party but it was all worth it to see all the smiles on their faces! Hear Ye Hear Ye Princess Invitations We printed the invitations and … Read more
We decided to have a combination birthday party with our friends who had a little girl turning four, and our daughter was turning two. We planned the princess party to involve both boys, girls, and adult helpers due to the size of the guest list at 15 kids! So, we sent out castle invitations and … Read more
My daughter Emma had a princess birthday party for her 6th birthday. Here are the princess party ideas we came up with to make her party extra special for her! Princess Party Ideas for Invitations Two layers of cardstock: the text was printed out on the bottom layer which is the long skinny tower – … Read more
It was a Royal Celebration for all in honor of Princess Anastasia’s 4th birthday. My daughter had been asking for a “princess theme party ” since she’d blown out the candles on her 3rd birthday cake (which had been a Care Bear) and I was eager to comply with the idea and be creative. As … Read more
Here’s an awesome collection of Princess party kid games, perfect for throwing the coolest ever Princess birthday party. Diamond Drop Choose two teams with an even number of kids on each team. Designate a starting line and a finish line about 10 feet away. Each group of players lines up at the starting line. The first … Read more
Cloud Cotton Ball Princess Game by Deonna You will need 2 medium sized bowls, a blindfold, a spoon, cotton balls, a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Getting ready: You need to fill one of the bowls with the cotton balls. Then space the 2 bowls on a table. Blindfold the first player … Read more
On 12/5/10 my daughter, Teralynn turned 5. Teralynn was born with a missing piece of chromosome 22…this is called 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome. She is a very loving, sweet and caring child, but when she was born we were told that she might not be able to do the things she’s doing now…so we really go … Read more
We made our “castle” by painting rocks on a long roll of the plastic tablecloth material. We made the top with rolls of different colored wide ribbon. My sister already had most of the decorations recalling medieval times like the canopy from her bedroom and the princess pop-up hamper we used for the trash can. … Read more
Pink Scroll with think pink ribbon tied. I placed a mini-star wand in the ribbon and ordered small “glass slippers” and placed the scroll inside the shoe. I found small Disney Princess treat boxes and placed the shoe/scroll inside the box, put pink tissue paper and tied the box handle up with Pink Princess ribbon. … Read more
We handmade all the princess and prince costumes (T-shirts) and each princess got a scepter and each prince got a sword (cut from thick paneling). We lined them all up (boy, girl) and rolled out the red carpet and had a royal introduction complete with trumpet, to the surprise of all the parents. They then … Read more
For our decorations we put up a garden background which we purchased at Celebrate Express along with all of our paper supplies and a few other decorations. For our tea party we covered the table with a table cloth, runners, candleabras, and flower vases. We even had chair covers on all the chairs to make … Read more
For our oldest daughter’s 4th birthday, she wanted a princess ball. I knew I was going to be released from the hospital after having surgery just days before her birthday so I needed to plan a simple party that would still be elegant and fun. We reserved a plain birthday room at a local fast … Read more
I set up a table to do mini makeovers which included bright eyeshadow colours, blusher, hair styling and nail painting. I have found that little girls playing princess’s love to look the part and have a little makeover and of course I was not wrong! They loved it! I just used my own makeup from … Read more
To celebrate Sofia’s 7th birthday we decided to throw a Princess Party. We bought invitations for a Princess party and gave them a week before the party. A special treat for Sofia was to choose a costume she wanted to wear. She chose Snow White. We decorated the living-room and tables in purple and pink … Read more
First, the FOOD. Of course, if you know Princess and the Frog, you know it is set in New Orleans. So, we had to make muffalettas (which are enormous, loaf sized cold cut sandwiches). To keep the kids happy, we made various tiny po?boys out of miniature buns. I made a ton of deep fried … Read more
When I gear up to plan my children’s birthday parties, I like to start really early. I’m a planner and enjoy getting all my plans/thoughts on paper and as time goes on I can pick up things that I know I will need. I always start with the theme and build from there. For my … Read more
It was now time for games & activities! Our 1st game was a Fairy Walk. I had printed out pics online of Tinkerbell & her friends & taped them all to the floor. As I played music, the girls walked around the floor. When I stopped the music, whoever was standing on Tinkerbell got the … Read more
My daughter decided she wanted a birthday princess tea party for her 5th b-day. I set up a table with a pink table cloth and tiaras and crowns for the boys and girls to decorate upon arriving at the party (foam crowns). I put together 3 long tables with pretty purple tablecloths for them to … Read more
Some other activities included the Kiss the Frog game. I found that suggestion online and decided to go ahead and make my own (which we actually used at another princess theme party so I think I’ll hold on to that for anyone else who happens to have a little princess). Created the big frog and … Read more