Bring your favorite fairy tales to life with a princess themed party! From Disney princesses to fairy princesses, you’ll find plenty of princess party ideas to make your next birthday party or slumber party fit for royalty.
Create A Magical Princess Party
Have fun honoring the little princesses in your life with these glitzy, glamorous princess party ideas.
We’ve compiled 21 fun and festive ideas for a princess party theme to help you host the most magical event possible. Here you’ll find inspiration for decorations, food to serve, games to play, and more!
Princess Party Decorations
Summon all your royal guests to the ball with these adorable princess party invitations. There are tons of varieties to choose from, and you can download and print them for free.
Jazz up your princess theme party with a popping pink balloon garland. Build your own with a few simple tools or buy a balloon garland kit that has all the materials you need. This project is much easier than you think and can truly transform the room.
Put together an enchanting princess themed party table complete with cake, streamer, balloons, and more. Decorate with your favorite Disney princesses or in whatever magical princess party theme you have chosen for a fun food table.
Impress your party guests with these whimsically wonderful centerpieces. Fresh flower arrangements and beautiful edible creations will make your party table fit for royalty.
Princess Party Food
Follow this simple recipe to make your own magically moist princess party cake. It’s a fun and cost effective way to impress your royal guests, and the pink frosting and crown shape makes it super posh. Be sure to check out these other princess cake ideas for more inspiration.
These decadent chocolate cupcakes a delicious sweet treat that are topped with buttercream icing and adorned with all your favorite Disney princesses cupcake toppers. Feel free to switch up the cupcake variety or decorate with different characters of your choice.
Your party guests are sure to get a kick out of this pink princess popcorn. It’s crunchy, sweet, and a little bit salty. All you need is plain popcorn, pink candy melt, and your choice of sprinkles to make this fabulous festive treat.
Make a cute and colorful princess party snack mix. This crunchy, salty, sweet mix features popcorn, Chex cereal, pretzels, colorful M&Ms, melted chocolate drizzle, sprinkles, and more. It’s listed here with princess party ideas, but you can easily adapt this mix to fit any occasion or holiday.
9. Princess Fruit Wand
Cast a spell on your party guests with these lovely, easy to make fruit wands. All you need are some wooden skewers and a variety of fresh fruit to build your own beautiful edible arrangements.
For a chewy, sweet, and simply enchanting treat, whip up a batch of these enchanting rice krispie wands. They look incredibly fancy but are a breeze to make. You might even invite the honored little princesses to help you make them!
A finger sandwich tray is a great way to balance out all those delicious sweets. Use a simple cookie cutter to transform all your favorites into magical morsels, and give your guests the royal treatment with an offering of various crown shaped sandwiches.
No list of princess party ideas can be complete without this magical candy cotton mocktail. This delightfully sweet, pink beverage features real cotton candy and strawberry soda with a sugar rimmed glass and a cherry on top. It’s a dynamic party drink that is exciting for kids and adults alike!
Princess Party Activities
Bust out the tunes and get ready for a classicly fun activity with a princess theme party twist. All it takes is a little decorating and a whole lot of pink to transform your game of musical chairs into a game of musical thrones. While the music plays the little princesses walk around the chairs and then when the music stops everyone tries to find a chair.
Let your party guests become part of the fairy tale with a game of “find Cinderella’s lost slipper.” Requiring only a shoe, a hiding spot, and a bit of imagination, it’s a super simple and fun activity for your magical princess party.
All the little princesses get their own crown with an interactive DIY crown station. Set up an activity table with construction paper, glitter, jewels, and glue. The kids will go bananas for this activity.
16. Dress Up Station
Let the fairy tales come to life with charming princess dress up stations. This is one of the best princess party ideas for truly getting party goers into the princess spirit. Plus, it makes for extra fun photo opportunities.
17. Pin A Kiss On The Frog Game
Do you remember pin the tail on the donkey? This fun activity is the same game, but with a princess approved twist. Full disclaimer though — this is one frog that will not turn into a prince!
Princess Party Favors
18. Princess Slime
Follow this recipe to make your very own glitzy, glamorous, gooey princess slime. Send some of this glitter infused goo home with guests, and it will keep them entertained for days!
Temporary tattoos are an easy and fun party memento to give to guests. Snag a pack of these washable tattoos featuring all your favorite Disney princesses.
20. Nail Polish
Check out these adorable Disney princess nail polish bottles. These and other princess themed cosmetic products make a wonderful party favor that guest will be able to use again and again.
No fairy princess is complete without her magic wand. You’re sure to have a grateful guest list when you let the little princesses at your party craft their own wands to take home. Pure magic!
Princess Party Supplies
Which ideas will you be incorporating in your princess theme party? Let me know in the comments.
More Cute Party Ideas
Princess Party Ideas
- 15 pretzel rods
- 1 cup white chocolate chips
- ¼ cup sprinkles pink, purple, or color of choice
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper.
- Add white chocolate chips to a microwave safe glass or measuring cup.
- Melt the white chocolate in the microwave in 30 second increments, stirring in between until fully melted.
- Carefully dip the pretzel rod into the melted chocolate to cover about half of the pretzel. Lay on the prepared baking sheet and immediately top with sprinkles.
- Continue until all pretzels have been dipped. Let the pretzels rest until chocolate has hardened.