Little Princess Party

When you have a little girl in your midst, there is just no way you will not have a princess party at some point in her young life. Your little princess party should also then be nothing less than spectacular!

For your little girl a Princess Party

The fun part about a princess theme is that you can keep it soft in pastel pink, white and gold, or as I’ve done, give it some more youthful fun by adding bright pink to the color scheme. Maybe I feel that it suits my own inner princess a bit better. But back to the party at hand. My little princess is dark haired (just like me) with brighter shades of pink to suit my personality.

party Food

For the cake I had to decide if it would be a princess cake or a castle. But every princess needs a castle, so a castle cake it was. This is such a simple cake to do, that you really don’t need any advance skills to make the birthday princess smile. You can see how I’ve put this together here.

For the cupcakes the is little golden crowns and some have princess cake toppers to make our little princess come to life!

Beautiful princess party cupcakes with fondant crown and princess cupcake topper

As every princess needs to look her absolute radiant best, hydration is very important. Some pink lemonade and water is perfect for a party like this. With a very awesome custom designed label, it will set your party apart from the rest.

Princess party bottle labels

To ad some more sweetness to the day, beautiful jello cups with cream and yummy popcorn are added to the table.

Princess party Decor

As decor for the party, I’ve used simple correx (you can use cardboard) that I’ve scored and folded into a hexagon. Adding some paint to looks like bricks, some windows and a door, and there you have it! Your very own, very authentic and very budget friendly castle tower.

Princess party towers

For the frame on the wall I’ve used the frame that I’ve previously made here. With some nice drapery around it, it really started to look like a real classy affair.

The bunting was made by tying some different satin ribbon around a golden rope. If you decide to use this as a backdrop, you can just use longer pieces of ribbon. This is really a versatile option that can be made with ribbon or crepe paper or even pieces of fabric and lace, depending on the feel you want.

Easy satin ribbon bunting for a princess party

Princess Party favors

Every princess needs a wand. I think it is part of the secret princess  code. Since she is a star in her own way, she definitely needs a golden star wand to add to the glamour of the day.

Star wand party favor

To take home, there are s a little glass jar with some pink and white marshmallows, complete with a golden crown on top. You can read how to make them here. Add them to a bobby pin, aliceband or attach them to ribbon to add flair to a princess outfit.

Princess party favor. Glass jar with toilet roll crown, filled with mini marshmallows.

So this is my little princess party. What awesome ideas do you have? Share your princess party on my Facebook page! If you need some more inspiration, check out my Princess Party Pinterest board.

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