Posted by Daniel Frierson on March 19th, 2020

At some point in their lives, every child goes through a princess phase which essentially involves ideas of castles, horses, ball gowns, and sparkling tiaras. Therefore, in this post, we will share with you some tips for throwing a perfect princess birthday party while adding a personal touch and saving some money. So, next time if your child asks for a princess’s birthday party be sure to make it unique and memorable.

Princess Party Invites

For princess parties, the invitations must be announced in a royal fashion. To design such invitations always use fancy text and glitters complete with shapes like horses, unicorns, or tiaras. Meanwhile, speaking about tiaras how about delivering the plastic tiara to each party guest with a tag attached that explicitly lists the “who, what, where, and when” of the party.


Well, while it comes to princess parties, do not forget to think pink. Pink plates, pink napkins, pink streamers, and pink balloons. Alternative, here are some other princess birthday party decorating ideas:

1)Hang a unicorn filled with small toys, candies, or ribbons for the young princesses.

2)Purchase a bubble-making machine and let it run throughout the party so soap bubbles constantly float around the party guests.

3)Cover the tables with pink tablecloths, then drape a further layer of organza on the top. For boys, the tables can be covered in black and white.

4)You can also order an arch of rainbow-colored balloons and display them over the food or gift table or even place them near the front door so the guests are given an option to walk under it while entering the party.


It is always fun to give even the menu a princess theme. To do the same, you could set out tiny tea sandwiches and further serve pink lemonade or juice in teacups. Alternatively, your child’s princess birthday party can also have sub-theme that guides through the menu. For example: if the child likes the story of Jasmine and Aladdin then kid-friendly eastern food can be served, or for a little mermaid fan you can always choose fish sticks and other beachy snacks.

Princess Themed Games

Play Dress Up

This game involves borrowing several princess costumes from make-believe closets of friends kids and setting up a dressing room where the girls can later get ready for the ball.

Face Painting

You can hire a make-up artist who deals in chemical-free makeup products to paint the girl’s cheeks and additionally make them feel fancy with some lip-gloss, nail polish or even sticker earrings.

Dance The Day

Once the little princesses are all dolled up, play some light music and let them dance the day away. If the girls get tired of dancing play a game of freeze dancing, where an adult stops the music at random points and kids are expected to freeze mid-motion until the music starts again.

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