Princess Theme Party
Princess theme party invitations, decorations and party ideas. Hear ye, hear ye. All princess looking for enchanting princess party ideas should look no further. Here you will find everything you need to plan a royal celebration for your princess party, including princess theme party entertainment and games, party food, candy buffets, decorations, party favors and more!
A royal party begins with the invitation.
These invitations are fit for a princess! They are large, elegant, fairytale like invitations printed in vibrant colors. Use these pre-existing invitation templates or customize with the wording of your choice. These flat card princess party invitations can be customized on both sides with text and photos. Customization is free, no set-up fees! Invitations also include envelopes. You will also receive a 10% discount for orders of 25 or more princess invitations. Invitations are produced in just 24 hours, which is perfect for last minute party planning. Just click on any princess invitation to start customizing.
- Name of the princess
- Party address/location
- Party Date
- Party start and end time
- RSVP information
- Any special requests (i.e. "Please come dressed in princess attire" or "Shh, it's a surprise")
Complete the look of your princess invitations with matching princess postage!
Here are some inexpensive decorating ideas for a princess theme party.
- Balloons are an inexpensive way to decorate. For a princess theme party, use pink and white, lavender or princess theme balloons.
- Chalk in another inexpensive way to decorate. Use pink and white chalk to write princess names, such as Cinderalla, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty, leading from the driveway up to the door, or on other cement areas surrounding the party area, such as the backyard.
- Cut-outs are also very inexpensive. Cut out large heart shapes and decorate them with glitter or use to decorate the back of the chairs with them. You could also cut smaller ones, write the names of the guest on them, such as "Princess Amanda", and use them for place cards.
- Decorate the tables with pink and white flowers in vases or flower petals scattered on the tables, candles and personalized place settings.
- Decorate the chairs with boas or tulle in colors of pink, white and/or purple.
- Have plenty of tiaras and wands on hand.
- Play fairytale type music or have Disney movies playing.
- Place a pink runner or carpet leading up to the doorway or leading from the doorway to the party area.
- Create fairy lights using Christmas lights with the tiny white bulbs. Use to decorate tables and party room.
- Princess Bingo - Disney has a Princess Bingo game that you can purchase or you can make your own Bingo cards and pieces using words like Snow White, poison apple, glass slipper.
- Poison Apple Toss - This game is like "hot potato" but you use an apple instead. Write or carve out the words "poison apple" on the apple. You could also use a glass slipper or a teapot to toss.
- Glass Slipper Hunt - Hide a princess like glass slipper and see who can find it first. You could also use several glass slippers and see who can find the most. Mini glass slippers can be found at party supply store.
- Pin the Tiara on the Princess - This game is similar to Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Use a large princess poster and print out paper tiaras or use form tiaras from a craft store.
- Princess Pinata - Fill a princess pinata with treats and small toys, such as plastic sparkly rings. With the princess pinata featured below, there is no need for the use of a bat because it has a pull string. Safe for little kids.
- Princess Dress Up - Fill a large box or Disney trunk with princess type clothing and accessories. Use items such as boas, tiaras, tutus, princess costumes and play jewelry. Have the kids dress up like princesses and take a photo of them in costume. Print the photo so they can take it home with them, or put the photo in a pretty pink picture frame and give as a party favor or thank you gift.
- Real Fairy Princess - Hire a professional to come dressed as a fairy princess.
- Tea Time - Have a princess tea party with tea served from a princess teapot and cups.
- Story/Movie Time - Read a princess story or watch a princess theme movie.
- Princess Party Attire - Ask each guest to come to the party dressed as a princess.
- Musical Chairs - Use princess or fairytale type music and decorate the chairs with princess accessories, such as tulle, ribbons and boas. You can change the name from "Musical Chairs" to "Princess Walk".
- Royal Salon - Create a royal beauty station/salon where the princesses can get their finger and toe nails painted. You could take it one step further and have their hair styled and makeup applies. Hire a professional or ask a friend to do it for you. If your friend will dress up like a fairy Godmother and do it for you, that's even better!
With this princess pinata there is no need to worry about kids swinging a bat around because it has a pull string that releases the candy.
This 17" x 6" x 18" princess pinata has plenty of room to fill with candy! No bat required.
Everyone loves receiving a party favor bag, especially kids. Here are some ideas for things to put in party bags or boxes for a princess theme party. You could also use Disney cups to fill with goodies.
Things to put in a princess party favor bag:
Every princess loves candy! This photo showcases a beautiful candy buffet display fit for a princess. You can hire a profession candy buffet service, which charges between $3-$8 per person, or you can do it yourself for less.
What you need for a princess candy buffet:
- Candy - For a princess theme use pink, white and lavender colored candies. To save money, purchase candy in bulk from Amazon or from a candy warehouse/discount store.
- Candy jars or Containers - You can use jars, party trays, candy containers, cupcake stands, and glass slippers.
- Candy Scoopers - You will need candy scoopers so the princesses don't touch the candy with their hands and spread germs.
- Tablecloth and Table Decorations - Use princess tablecloths or solid white, pink and purple colors. Decorations can include things like flowers, tiaras, confetti, balloons and banners.
- Candy Bags or Boxes - The princesses need something to carry their candy in. You can use celophane bags, party favor boxes and goodie bags. If you use bags, you may want to also provide bag ties.
Photo Credit/Source: hwtm daily blog
- Finger sandwiches. Use cookie cutters to make them into heart shapes or Disney characters.
- Cupcakes decorated with pink sprinkles or princess cake toppers.
- Heart shaped sugar cookies.
- Crackers with pink creme cheese.
- Pink lemonade or pink punch served in pretty pink plastic glasses, Disney princess paper cups or from a Disney princess tea pot.
- Serve sparking cider in plastic champagne glass decorated with pink bows.
- Set up a chocolate fountain with strawberries. Put the strawberries on a wooden type stick for easy dipping into the chocolate fountain.
- Set up a beverage fountain with flowing punch.
- Set up a cotton candy machine.
This Disney princess party packs includes everything you need, including plates, napkins, forks, balloons, candles and more!