Celebrate like royalty with a Princess Party. The party can have a general old-world, magical theme or can be based on your child’s favorite fairy tale Princess, such as Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty. No need to choose though. Have a Princess Palooza and celebrate all the princesses, especially your birthday girl. Visit the Disney Princess site for inspiration.
Make invitations in the shape of a unicorn or with a drawing of a tiara or castle. If delivering the invitations, instead of mailing, roll the paper and tie with a ribbon like a scroll.
Decorate with balloons, streamers, and confetti in the royal colors blue, purple & gold, and drawings or posters of dragons or unicorns.
Games & Activities
Play princess dress-up and pin the horn on the unicorn. Have a quest (scavenger hunt) or treasure hunt. Play a princess trivia game. Watch a favorite princess movie (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, etc.).
Arts & Crafts
Assemble large cardboard boxes into a castle shape and let guests decorate with paint, markers, fabric strips, ribbon, and garland). Make princess headpieces or fairy godmother wands out of pipe cleaners, ribbon and flowers.
Serve cream cheese on crackers, baby carrots with dip, strawberries or seedless grapes and sparkling apple cider. Decorate cupcakes with multi-colored sugar or star shaped sprinkles or make a castle cake.
Send guests home with favor bags of magic stones or crystals, blowing bubbles, spinning tops, gold foil chocolate coins, hair accessories and stickers.