Fairy Princess Party
Use castle and fantasy graphics
You are invited to the Kingdom of Princess "name"
to celebrate a royal birthday.
RSVP to the Royal Party Planner:
hand write the invitations in calligraphy . Roll them like a scroll and tie with
pretty pink ribbon. Ask the guests to wear their "ball gowns and jewels"
to the Birthday Ball.
Scroll invitations: Tea
dye paper to make it look old. Done very simply by letting regular
computer paper sit in dark tea water (about 8 cups, cooled) for maybe 10
minutes a piece. Dry it on a string hung outside. After they dry you
have to flatten them again by putting them under a heavy book or two.
Printed the text from computer right on to each page.
Fairy Tale Princess
Decorate with pink and white balloons,
purple streamers, etc. Make large tissue paper flowers by fan-fold large sheets of
tissue paper, put a twist tie in the center and separate the sheets to make petals, then
attach to a dowel for the stem, sprinkle with glitter. Make enough so each girl will
be able to take one home. Use paper doilies on top of paper plates. Star
confetti sprinkled around. See the Magical Kingdom Party for more decorating ideas.
Cake and Food:
Unicorn Cake; White cake with Pink roses and
Purple bows; Castle Cake
Princess Cake: use a
2 quart batter bowl from Pampered Chef to bake cake in. Turn upside down, add
Princess Barbie by sticking her in. Frost cake to look like gown.
Use lunch bags tied off with star garland. Add small nail polish, ring
suckers, stick on earrings, plastic jewelry, stickers, etc
Games and Activities:
Paint a Take-Home Treasure:
Making or purchase plaster-of-paris figures of ballet slippers,
butterflies, etc. (girl items) for the girls to paint and take home as a party favor.
Plan this as the first activity so they can dry before the girls leave for home.
We have a jar decorated with lace and ribbons (hot-glued on)
filled with dried peas. ( You know the story of the pea under the mattress to seek out the
true princess). The girls will each guess how many peas they think are in the jar, and the
winner gets a small prize.
Pin the Tail on the Unicorn:
Draw or find a Unicorn poster and play pin the tail.
Pin the lips on the frog
Search for pictures of a frog prince online and size it in paint.
Printed it out, cut it out and attached it to a piece of cardboard (you can
either cut around it, or decorate the remaining space with some glitter,
Make enough kissy lips for each player and attached
them to index cards and cut around them. Use scotch tape or little
pieces of Velcro to stick them to the frog.
Find the King's Treasure Chest:
Make clues on the computer, each one rolled and 'sealed' with a
sticker and ribbon. Each clue leads to the next until they finally find the 'Treasure
Chest', which could be a laundry detergent box, covered with gold foil tissue paper and
Inside the treasure chest fill with party bags made using pink tulle (net).
Cut large squares of the net and gathered up over candy, etc in the center, then tie them
with ribbons and put those little ribbon roses on them.
Make Star Wands:
Cut star shapes from thin wood or poster board. Glue to a length of dowel and
spray-paint gold. The girls can decorate their own wand with glitter-glue, stickers
and foil confetti.
Make Princess Hats:
Buy or make cone hats. To make, take poster board and shape into a cone, staple.
Add streamers at the top. Let the girls decorate them with glitter, stickers
and confetti like the hats.
Purchase "pony beads" and chenille
sticks (pipe cleaners). The girls will string the beads on the chenille sticks to
make bracelets. This activity is great for younger girls. For older girls use
satin ribbon and beads.