Girl, put on your crown. This post is full of exciting Princess Party Ideas. Enjoy princess birthday cakes, party foods, crafts, princess party games, party favors and more! If the crown fits, wear it!
Your little princess is turning another year older. You know what that means. Bring on the crowns, sparkles, fancy food, and all things pink. It’s time for a princess party! If you’re looking for tips and ideas to plan the perfect princess birthday party, you’re in luck. We’ve got loads of cute ideas for princess cupcakes, princess games, pretty party food fit for royalty, and lots of décor, favors, and crafts that the kids can make to keep them entertained.
From tea party scones to strawberry cupcakes to sparkly pink slime to send home with every princess, you’re sure to find some excellent princess party ideas to use for your birthday bash. Happy planning!
Princess Birthday Cakes
If cupcakes are more your style, you can’t get any prettier (or pinker) than these lovely raspberry JELLO cupcakes. The white chocolate buttercream icing makes these cupcakes ultra sweet. They’re a nice change of pace from your usual chocolate or vanilla cupcakes. | Saving You Dinero
Rapunzel is a really popular princess, thanks to the Tangled movies, so these Rapunzel cupcakes could be perfect for your little princess. We love the bold colors of the purple icing with the yellow “hair” trailing down the side of the cupcake. And you can use a boxed cake mix and store-bought frosting for these, making them easier to prepare than you’d think. | Well If She Can Do It
Indulge your sweet tooth with these pretty pastel strawberry-filled cupcakes. It’s a vanilla cupcake recipe, and they’re filled with strawberry jam. This recipe makes a small batch of only seven cupcakes, so if you’re planning on lots of party guests, make sure to triple the recipe. | Amanda Wilens
How about some strawberry cupcakes that are full of real strawberry pieces throughout? They’re topped with a pink swirled vanilla frosting and a large pink gumball on top to complete the look. | Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
Princess Party Food
Throwing a princess party in the fall or winter months when the weather’s chilly? The princesses will surely welcome this gorgeous, warming cup of Elsa white hot chocolate. It’s rich, creamy, ready in less than 10 minutes, and perfect for any princess. | Baking Beauty
If you’re considering a tea party, no tea is complete without some delicious scones. These chocolate chunk scones will go over well. This recipe makes eight scones, and they look lovely cut into heart shapes and surrounded by pink flowers. | Amanda Wilens
Speaking of tea, you’ll need some finger sandwiches for the affair. Since they’re served cold or at room temperature, you don’t have to worry about keeping them warm or reheating! | Aleka’s Get Together
Are you going for a Cinderella theme? If so, these magical pumpkin piñatas are an absolute must. They’re filled with lots of fun candy inside and will delight all the little princesses at your party. | Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
Try foods themed after all the Disney princesses! There are many ideas here, like Anna’s sandwiches in the shape of crowns using a Princess Crown Cookie Cutter. Also try fairy bread in honor of Cinderella’s godmother, Tiana’s lemon frog cake, and more. | Play Party Plan
Belle’s grey stuff is super popular at the Disney parks, but you can easily make it at home for your princess party! It’s basically Oreo pudding. Adding the sugar pearls to each dollop of pudding makes it look extra fancy. | Play Party Plan
These Beauty and the Beast Oreos are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. The Oreos are covered in yellow chocolate melts and topped with white icing and sugared red roses. They’ll look gorgeous on the dessert table. | Mommy Musings
Princess Party Décor
To make a significant visual impact for just a few dollars, try this plastic tablecloth backdrop in different shades of pink. It’ll look amazing behind your food table, and you could do one for a photo backdrop as well. | Smart Party Planning
Princess Party Activities, Crafts & Favors
Get ready to entertain your guests… your princesses… with these princess party games. Ten engaging and fun games for girls from treasure hunts, to relays, wand making and more.
These princess birthday party games are mostly fitting for preschoolers. Think ages 3, 4, 5 6 and 7. Set comes with princess games directions and supply list.
These princess paper dolls will make beautiful party décor and could be given out as favors or used as a party craft, too. You can even save them after the party to decorate your little princess’s room. | Red Ted Art
These adorable princess candy necklace party favor printables will be a hit with the girls! They have an unbranded look, so they’re great for a general princess theme but could work for a Disney princess party, too. You can also find this printable in our 25 Free Disney Printables post! | Five Marigolds
You’ll be amazed at all the beautiful ideas in this post from Dinner at the Zoo, but one of our favorites was having the flower crowns for girls and gold crowns for boys so that everyone got something to sit atop their head, just like real princesses and princes. Other ideas that we loved were the jewelry selection station (with beaded and candy jewelry available) and the face painting station. | Dinner at the Zoo
Make batches of fairy slime to give to the princesses in attendance! Parents will appreciate that there’s no food coloring so that it won’t stain kids’ hands. It’s still lovely and sparkly, though. | The Best Ideas for Kids
For slime fanatics, this princess slime is another excellent choice. It’s made with only three ingredients and is pink and sparkly. What more could you ask for? Put in little jars with a ribbon tied around, and you’re all set. | Simple Everyday Mom
How fun is this pink princess cake mix playdough? It’s perfect if you’re throwing a party for toddlers or preschoolers. However, if you want to make this taste-safe, you’ll need to use edible glitter instead of real glitter. | Crayons and Cravings
Princess Party Crafts
Any Disney princess or Little Mermaid fan will love making this Ariel papercraft. You can print and cut all the pieces to make it easy for the kids to assemble their own mermaid in just a few minutes. It’s super easy to change out the hair and skin color, too, just by changing out the color of craft paper. | Ottawa Mommy Club
No princess can be without her crown. Making paper crowns is a great way to kick off the party. You’ll need some yellow or gold construction paper or scrapbook paper and lots of pretty stick-on jewels. | The Craft at Home Family
A proper princess needs a wand! Making paper leaf wands can be a super fun craft for the kids, especially if they gather their own sticks, get to choose their ribbon colors, etc. Of course, if you don’t have time for an extended craft, you could always reassemble them or at least prepare all the materials beforehand. | Barley and Birch
Here’s another princess papercraft that’s super easy to set up and make. If Snow White is one of your child’s favorites, they’ll love this craft! It looks just like her, doesn’t it? | Ottawa Mommy Club
We hope you enjoyed this list of princess birthday party ideas. We’d love to feature even more ideas! If you’ve thrown a spectacular princess party, share your pictures with us.
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