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Princess Birthday Theme
Make invitations on white marbled paper (with pink lettering) or pink marbled paper (with black lettering).
Hear Ye, Hear Ye
All people of __________ (town)
The Royal _________ (last name) Family
Announces the ___ st/th Birthday Party Celebration of
Princess ____________ (birthday child’s name)
You are here by invited to the Castle located at __________________ (address)
As the clock strikes ________________ (party time)
Please RSVP to the Queen at __________________(phone) or ______________ (royal email)
Roll the invitations up into a scroll and tie with a pretty ribbon, place a gold seal on the outside or slip the rolled up invitation through a ring with an oversized stone or jewel.
Attach pink and white helium filled balloons to the back of the chairs. For a royal entrance place a red (or pink) carpet from the street to the front door leading into the house. An easy decorating idea is to blow up lots (and lots!) of pink and white balloons and place them covering the party room floor. This sets the mood for a very special party and kids love to dance and move through them.
Hang clear Christmas lights around the party room. Streamers are also an easy way to make the room look festive. Cut 15 - 20 lengths of crepe paper at least 15 feet each. Start in the middle of the room and tape one end of each streamer in a 8 - 9” circle. One by one pick up the other end of the streamer and tape about 6 - 8 feet from the center circle. Create a dip in the center of the steamers - if you are feeling creative twist two colors of crepe paper together.
If you are adventurous , and a little creative, make the front door look like the entrance to a castle - including the drawbridge.
Fun Ideas for a Princess Party
This is a great idea for when it is time to open the presents. Before the party decorate 2 chairs to look like thrones.
You can use cardboard or drape a high back chair with a fancy blanket. Set the chairs up next to each other at the front of the room with a table in the middle of the chairs. On the table place a basket filled with the party favors and goodie bag for each child. When it is time for the princess to open her presents let her sit in one of the chairs. One by one have an adult announce the name of a child like this “Hear ye, hear ye .. Announcing Princess ________ (fill in with the name of a guest). Then have that guest take their present to the birthday girl and sit in the chair beside her. The birthday girl will accept her present and then offer the guest a goody bag filled with party favors. They can both open the items while they are sitting on the “thrones”. This is a great photo opportunity for you to photograph your child individually with each guest. (You can also include these princess photo’s in the thank you note to each girl - and they make a great scrapbook page.)
Princess Party Games
Princess Dress Up Relay Game
Pin the Tiara on the Princess
Played like the classic party game Pin the Tail on the Donkey, only guests pin a tiara on a poster of a princess.
This is a fun game especially if you blow up lots and lots of balloons and spread them out on the floor. (It’s really fun if they completely cover the floor.) Put on some lively music and let the girls dance around in the balloons. Then stop the music and shout “freeze”. The dancing princesses must freeze until the music starts again.
Pretty, Pretty Princess
Pretty, Pretty Princess Is a favorite board game for most little girls. Easy to find at a toy store with the board games. Princesses take turns winning jewelry to wear. If you have a scavenger hunt let this game be one of the treasures at the end and the girls can play it after the hunt.
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Activities for a Princess Party
Decorate princess crowns
Decorate photo frames or door hangers with crowns, scepters and glitter
Decorate pillow cases with pink fabric paint and write “Princess ________“ (name of girl).
Decorate fairy wands or scepters
Bubble wands - princesses can also pop bubbles with the scepters or wands.
Make pretty sandwiches and cut them out with a star shaped cookie cutter.
Cheese (cut with a cookie cutter into princess shapes) and crackers.
Make a batch of rice krispie treats and cut out in heart shapes.
Wand cookies - Make sugar cookies and cut into star shapes. Before baking place a long lollipop stick into each cookie and then decorate. Give as a treat at the party or wrap in cellophane and place in the goody bag.
Princess Party Favors
Wands or Scepters
Wand cookies on a stick
Stick on earrings
Pretty charm bracelets or necklaces.
Pretty baskets decorated with stick on jewels.
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