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Princess Party Ideas!

Plan a majestic celebration for your beautiful little princess and her friends by following our Princess Party Ideas! We've compiled some general party planning tips as well as great princess birthday party decorating ideas, and food, game, and activity suggestions that are sure to delight all the belles at the ball! 

The Ballroom

Set the mood for your princess birthday party by transforming your party area into a glitzy and glamorous ballroom worthy of royalty! Form a canopy using pink and lavender streamers. The streamers should cascade from a bow in the middle of the ceiling (or from a chandelier, if you have one) to the sides of the room. Tie pink and lavender balloons in bunches of three, and weight them with balloon weights. Attach them to the backs of chairs or let them float up from tables. Fill the party area with huge tissue paper flowers. Use 6-8 sheets of pastel-colored tissue paper for each flower. Lay the sheets on top of each other in a pile, and fold the pile accordion-style. Tie the layers together at their centers by twisting a piece of fuzzy pipe cleaner over the middle. (The pipe cleaner also forms the flower's stem.) Then fluff each layer of the tissue, one at a time, to complete your flowers. Cut star shapes out of white card stock and cover them in glitter. Hang them from the ceiling with fishing line. Hang Disney princess posters around the party area. Make a sash for the birthday girl out of pink fabric that says "Princess [child's name]". Create a door curtain that the children can walk through out of pink and purple streamers or strips of glittered material.

Invitations and Party Packs!

Take advantage of JorSam’s “inviting” deal! Purchase a minimum of 16 money boxes and receive free personalized invitations!!

JorSam’s Princess Money Boxes are a party pack, a gift, an activity, a savings plan, a hold all and whatever else creative kids can dream up as a use for them! This is perfect for your royal party theme! They are 9.5cm high and 7.5cm in diameter. The removable plastic lids (with a slot in each lid) are available in 5 different colours - red, blue, yellow, green and pink!

May the activities commence!

The Princess Party Begins: announce the guests upon arrival and escort them to the royal preparation table, where they will receive a small amount of lipstick, blush and eye shadow. If you have not already suggested the girls wear their favorite dress-up dress, provide a box of special dress up clothes and a mirror.

Crown the New Princesses: Purchase paper tiara's (party store), glitter glue, and stick-on jewels. Cover your work space and allow the little princess's to create their own tiara to wear and take home. If you use stickers and/or glue dots when decorating the tiara's can be worn immediately.

Who Am I?: Before the party, place stickers of Disney Princesses on several 3x5 cards - one Princess per card. To play, tape the cards onto the girls backs, so that they cannot see their own Princess. The object of the game is to identify which princess is on you back, by asking yes/no questions of the other players. Example: Does my princess have brown hair? Is my princess wearing a blue dress?

The Princess Is Missing Her Favorite Things: Place several items on a tray or cookie sheet. Try to find items that work with the theme; tiara, lipstick, wand or royal scepter, silver spoon, jewelry, handkerchief etc. One player leaves the room. Remove one or two items from the tray. When the player returns they must guess what's missing. Repeat until every child has a turn.

Princess Says: Also known as " Simon Says". If it was a great game for you--it still is a great game for your child. We have found that children still love this simple game. Most important thing---be sure to try and give everyone a turn. Make sure there is an adult standing next to the Lead Princess or Prince. All the other children stand facing her. "princess says stand on one foot" "princess says twirl around" "touch your toes" Simple---anyone who touched their toes is out. Now depending on the ages of the children, you might not want to make any children out. You might just want to laugh and say "Princess did not say"! Then choose someone else to lead.

Kiss the Frog: You will remember this as Pin the Tail on the Donkey. You can find graphics like this on the web and make your own pin up game board. We found that if you take it to Staples and get it laminated, it will hold up so much better. You will also need to make small cut out lips.( get laminated too) Then all you need is two-sided tape or blue tac on the back of the lips.
Form a line a few steps away from poster. You can have the children close their eyes or buy an inexpensive Pinata blindfold. All the children will cheat...if you simply ask them to close their eyes. They can't help it. Spin them around carefully 1-3 times and send them on their way. Make sure they hold their arm with lips facing out in front. Lips On the Frogs Mouth are the Goal.

Tea Time!

Delight on these yummy recipes below for your Perfect Princess Party!