Celebrate Like Royalty With a Princess Party

Celebrate Like Royalty With a Princess Party

What theme do you choose for a kid who loves fairy tales? Create a special soiree with a princess party! The birthday girl will feel extra regal as the guest of honor, clad in all things princess. As you work through the party planning stages, don’t forget about the decorations and party favors. Pink, gold, and sparkles all find a welcome home in a princess’s palace. Check out our princess collection for some party inspiration.

1. Princess Dress Up Set

First, there’s the princess herself. You can’t have a princess party without a princess, so dress up your little one in a cute 3-piece princess outfit. It comes with a tutu apron, heart wand, and crown headband. The pink tutu apron with the shiny gold ribbon waistband pairs well with a pink leotard or pink leggings and shirt. The wand, topped with a pink and gold ruffle heart, and gold crown will make her feel truly special.

 

Princess 3 Piece Dress Up Set | Celebrate Like Royality With a Princess Party

 

2.  Milk Bottle Party Favors

Skip the disposable paper party favor bags for these milk bottle favor jars. Fill them with colorful candies and hand them out to guests as they enter the party. Match them to your princess party with pink and gold crown labels and a personalized message. You could even call the candy contents of the jars “princess potion” or “fairy dust.”

 

3.  Heart-Shaped Glass Coasters

Top every surface with these pretty, heart-shaped glass coasters. Celebrate the princess theme with a “Once Upon a Time” or princess castle design. The coasters are completely customizable when it comes to the color, design choice, and unique message. Let guests take them home after the party for a memorable keepsake.

 

 

4. Stemless Champagne Glasses

These stemless champagne glasses feature the same design choices as the heart-shaped glass coasters so you can have a matching set. For a little princess party, make faux champagne with sparkling apple juice and a splash of pomegranate juice for a pretty pink concoction. All the princesses in attendance will feel extra royal as they sip from these fancy glasses.

 

 

5. Gold Compacts

What about a party favor guests can use long after the event is over? The little princesses will have these gold compacts to gaze into and play with. Personalize the pink and gold labels to go along with the royal aesthetic of the party.

 

 

6.  Princess Party Banner Set

Don’t let the walls go bare. Decorate with these princess party banners. They say “Once Upon a Time” in pink script surrounded by pretty gold glitter hearts and crowns. They’re pre-strung so all you have to do is tack them to the wall. Easy!

 

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