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Ideas For How to Throw a Princess Party

Janelle from Comfy In The Kitchen is back with a fun birthday idea!  She attended the birthday party of a mutual friend and look at these great ideas!  She writes:

I had the blessing of being invited to a sweet princess birthday party for my friend Katina’s little girl. Katina did such a great job making her daughter feel like a princess, I just had to share it with all of you. The children’s menu was simple, yummy, and adorable. I will be stealing some of these ideas when making a lunch for our church’s mother/daughter tea!

What better time to make the little ones in our lives feel special than on the day they were born? Little do they know, it is a special day for us mom’s too.

 


Here is the Princess of the Hour with my daughter.

 Adorable peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the shapes of hearts. Katina simply used a cookie cutter to make these shapes. Easy, affordable, adorable and what child doesn’t like PB and J?

 The “hors d’oeuvres”- Strawberry cream cheese atop a graham cracker with strawberry garnish 😉

….and cubed cheese with pretzel picks! How nifty is that?!

Katina made a simple cupcake and piped vanilla frosting out of a ziploc bag. I love using ziploc bags for piping too- cleaning the “professional” ones are too time consuming! These, you can just throw away. Love that. She purchased the little toppers at Party City. Making your own cupcakes saves a TON of money. Aren’t these ones just as nice? I think so.

A simple, yet beautiful Party Punch. There is something about punch that makes the day feel more special-don’t you think?

Katina and her mom made this beautiful Cinderella Cake! Jo-Ann Fabrics sells all you would need to make this very cake.

All the girls got to make a froggy craft to take home…

And each little princesses name was at a setting….

We played pin the princess in her castle.

and even had face painting! (paints and all other decorations were purchased at Party City).

 What a fun time these girls had at this very special princess party! The love Katina showered upon her little girl was so endearing. These are memories that they will never forget…grab ahold of making each day special Ladies.

OH Janelle – I LOVE these ideas – how adorable! Thank you for sharing them! 
Walk with the King,

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11 Comments

  1. These are great ideas! I love princess parties! I am getting ready to throw a Minnie Mouse Party, a Sock Monkey party and then gasp my oldest daughter wants a Justin Bieber party…..really????

  2. This is very cute. I love little girl stuff it’s so pink and purple. I have a daughter and it was so much fun doing her stuff and making her the princess all the time. I can’t do that any more because my princess it 25 but she is still my baby girl.

  3. What fun ideas! I got to help with my niece’s princess birthday party a few years ago and what fun esp I have 2 boys, but here were 2 things that we did for her day. Instead of the party backdrop. We had a variety of colors of netting (can be bought by the yard at a fabric store) and draped it all over the entryway and the dining room. It was a giant princess canopy in pinks and purples and light blues. Then our craft was very simple. We took 5×7 spiral bound notebooks and turned them so the spiral was at the top. We took a pipecleaner and had the girls put on pony beans. The pipecleaner then became the handle as we tied the piepcleaner to the ends of the spiral. Then the selected a piece of funfoam and glued it to the front and back. Then add glittered princess funfoam pieces and we had princess purses. Which were really notebooks. We included fairywand pens to write in the notebooks.

  4. You ladies are such a blessing! I’m in the middle of planning a princess party for my soon-to-be-three-year-old! I have some ideas, but the post helps me so much!

    Thank you for doing what God has called you to do – being an encouragment to others!

    Blessings!

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  6. What a great idea! I have a soon-to-be 5 yr old that would love this. I think I just found the theme for my daughter’s birthday in Feb! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  7. Thank you so much for sharing these party ideas! I’m going to use a bunch of them for an upcoming Princess Tea Party! Thank you for helping me see it’s possible and not as stressful as I was thinking.

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