Hear ye, Hear ye! Calling all royal princesses, big and small! Celebrate her royal highness this year with a princess party that she’ll remember forever. Help her to feel like a princess for the day by inviting all of her royal friends to attend.
Start with a perfectly pink princess party invitation from our girl birthday party invitation collection. We offer a variety of princess invitation styles to choose from, featuring princess crown invitations, invitations with castle scenes in the clouds, princess characters in royal gowns, magic wand invitations, fairy princess invitations and invitations with horse drawn carriages. We also offer digital photo princess party invitations in case you want to share a photograph of the princess-to-be with all of her friends. It also makes for a great keepsake for Mom & Dad. Dress her up in her favorite princess ball gown, add a tiara and some glittery makeup and she’ll be good to go. Pair your princess party invitation with a fun return address sticker or party favor sticker to coordinate your event…and don’t forget about fill-in princess thank you notes so that she can send a royal ‘thank you’ to all of her guests for attending her royal ball.
Set the scene for happily ever after by decorating your party location with pink and white balloons, streamers and lots of glitter. Create her own “red carpet” and paste a life-size picture of the princess at the end. Ask your guests to come dressed in their best princess attire so that you can do a fashion show at the party. Or, use old Halloween or dance recital costumes and let your guests play dress-up at the party. Set a long mirror outside a short wall and create your own glam dressing room to prepare. Set the scene with a small tea set so that the princess and her friends can enjoy a spot of tea and a scone, (cookies work too), while they wait for the princess show.
Keep your royal friends entertained with a variety of princess themed games. Need suggestions? Try playing Race to the Ball where you have two of the same outfits and split the group into two teams. The first team to dress their princess for the ball and get them to base wins. Play Find The Glass Slipper and have each child throw one of their shoes into a pile. The first kid to find their matching pair wins and gets whisked away by the prince!
Serve up some pink and purple cupcakes so that each princess attending can have her own little cake. Decorate your cupcakes with edible glitter and pearls to really make them sparkle. Serve hot chocolate instead of tea or maybe even offer a candy buffet so that each princess can take a royal snack home with them after the party.
Hosting your own princess party? Choose from one of the royal princess party invitations below and share your party ideas with us!