It seems like a rite of passage that each young girl wants a Princess Themed Birthday Party. They are so sweet, fluffy and sparkly, I love them! There are three big reasons that this Princess party thrown by Marci Coombs hit a home run in my book. The first is the cute and very clever names for the party food. I know I am passionate about parties – but I absolutely adore it when party food is named fun things! Second is the really cute, age appropriate activities for the little princesses. Last, she took the generic “princess” themed decorations and favors out on the market and creatively incorporated personal touches to make the party very unique and special for her little princess. Take a look at the details:
Princess Party Themed Food:
Chips Chips & Sleeping Beauty’s Fluffy Pillows (marshmallows)
Tiana’s Tiara Sandwiches
Jasmine’s Jello – complete with a cute silver star wand
Cinderella’s Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo Wands (Rice Crispy Treat Wands) & Snow White’s Not So Poisoned Apples
Ariel’s Fish Friends (Goldfish Crackers)
Princess Party Decorations:
Marci does something really smart here, she used the princess castle pinata (which has pull strings so there are no hazardous sticks involved) as the table centerpiece – that’s a 2 for 1!
For each place setting she placed a tiara, mirror (from the $ bin at Target) and a candy necklace (that doubled as a napkin ring) around a square princess paper plate.
Outside she hung strips of plastic table covers and a princess banner to frame the outdoor activity space – simple and really cute!
Princess Party Activities:
What little princess wouldn’t love to have their fingernails painted and a few spritzes of body glitter spray? 🙂
Each princess was invited to make a candy necklace using a variety of fun treats!
Then, what princess party is complete without some make-up and sweet smelling lotion?
Planning your own princess party? I can’t get over how cute these princess shaped cookie cutters are! They would be perfect for cutting sugar cookies, watermelon slices, sandwiches or letting the girls use them with play dough. They come with a wand, ring, castle, tiara, dress and candle. So cute!
WANT MORE PRINCESS PARTY IDEAS? CHECK OUT THIS DISNEY PRINCESS BIRTHDAY PARTY POST!
PS – Check out these adorable wreaths Marci makes – you can order your own custom wreath for any season/holiday!