Who does not want to be a princess! This Princess Birthday Party was fun to plan from start to finish.
Decor for Princess Birthday Party
The party decor was planned around the birthday girl’s princess dress which was blue with butterflies. I added in gold for an accent color We went ahead and set the table with chargers and napkins to encourage people to sit down
I found the butterfly wings at the Dollar Tree. They had silver accents so I took glue and glitter to change it to hold.
I love using balloons and streamers for pops of colors. I used fishing wire to create three strings of balloon garland.
I love having these square glass vases I use them for almost every party I wanted the party to be all about Princess Juliet so we took her picture and created a custom silhoutee using a picture of the birthday girl and carried that threw for all our signs I will do a post on how to make these later
We had Cinderella playing on the TV The princess crowns were another great find. Adding the birthday girl’s monogram makes they feel custom and special
I wanted to figure out a fun way to display the rings. I love how this turned out. The best part was the birthday girl loved it and can use it even after the party. I will do a how to post on this soon. I will be making another one for Bailey soon.
For the cake table I wanted to make it look like curtains and have the centerpiece of it be the birthday girl’s profile. I love having a beautiful background behind the cake because it is a great place for not only action pictures during Happy Birthday, but also staged photos.
For the cake table I wanted it to look like curtains and have the centerpiece be the birthday girl’s profile. l love having a beautiful background behind the cake because it is a great place for not only action pictures during the Happy Birthday, but also for staged photos.
We had pizza and salad in addition to the items below.
Princess pink goldfish mix was a big hit.
Gumball necklaces were a fun treat for the kids but also made a beautiful display on the food table. They were much more difficult to make than I thought they would be.
Princess Food Wands – these were the most popular food and were gone so fast. See my post here of how to make them
Princess Juliet Sign
I love the way the gold pops off the pink.
The idea of having a fancy drink station came from a conversation with my mom. We bought sparkling apple cider and wanted the kids to have a fancy drinking experience. The tulle and fancy straws made the inexpensive plastic wine glasses look fancy. The kids loved their glasses.
I cannot wait to do another princess party. Have you done one before? Do you have any ideas to add? Need help with a party in South Florida? I am here to help.