Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Birthday Party Ideas For Princess

Young girls love princess toys and clothing. Do you think you can come up of better birthday party ideas than allowing your daughter to become a princess on her birthday?

Sweet 16 would like this theme. Here are some tips on how to plan a princess theme party.

Visit party supply shops for princess-themed invitations. If you want to save money, you can design with your computer.

Crown-shaped card would match the theme. Put some stick-on jewels which you can get from craft store. You can also put silver or gold glitter on the greeting cards. For other shapes of invitations, you can use castles and glass slippers.

When you decorate the place that is designated for birthday parties, hang up lots of beautiful streamers and balloons. Set up a throne by using a chair which is decorated with a silk cloth and some ribbons. Add a soft pillow for seating. You can also make some pinatas as decor and use them as games. For the rest of the decorations, use something unique such as a unicorn or a castle to complement the theme.

Party favors for princess themes are easily available. You can buy nice wands, goblets and costume jewelry. Instead of normal party hats, make your own crowns with cheap decorative papers.

Making your own party favors can save you money. It also gives you opportunity to be creative. Use card stock paper in making a lasting crown. The girls can add stick-on jewels or other stuffs to make their crowns look more attractive and appealing. Make stars from cardboard and add some creative touches with gold glitter. Fasten homemade wands to the stars with dowels. If you want to improve your favors, you can add different kinds of candies in tulles and tie them up with ribbons.

For birthday party food, make mini sandwiches. Simply make regular peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese sandwiches and cut them into quarters. Serve the pink lemonade or fruit punch in goblets or teacups to represent as the royal refreshment.

Parties such as this should not overlook the castle cakes as they are favorites for this theme. If you can't bake one, you can check out with the bakery.

You don't have to spend a lot of money for the princess party. Just like any other birthday party ideas, you can save money by making some of things at home or you can buy them at the local discount stores. When the party's over, they will remember this moment.

No comments: