Disney Princess Birthday Party

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A Disney Princess birthday party with princess party games, crafts and party supplies. Everything you'll need to create the Disney Princess party of your little girl's dreams!


For home-made invitations, use pink card stock paper cut in a Tiara shape. Or, roll your paper in a scroll and tie with a thin satin ribbon. "The King wishes your  presence at the Royal Birthday Celebration of Princess ______ !" A sprinkle of glitter in the card or envelope adds flare. Attach a princess sticker to the envelope or outside of the scroll.

Personalized party items such as invitations, banners and thank you notes will add a unique touch to your princess party.


The princess colors of choice are pink, lavender, yellow and white.

  • Cover the table with your table cloth.
  • Sprinkle sequins or pink candies on the top of the table.
  • Place balloons anywhere that strikes your fancy.
  • Hang Disney posters on the wall and door.
  • Drape the birthday girl's chair with fabric and tie a ribbon around it.


Several ideas are a natural for this popular theme. We've provided enough for you to choose according to your time frame and party space.

The Princess Party Begins

Announce the guests upon arrival and escort them to the royal preparation table, where they will receive a small amount of lipstick, blush and eye shadow. If you have not already suggested the girls wear their favorite dress-up dress, provide a box of special dress up clothes and a mirror.

Princess Face Painting

  • Purchase standard face paint or make your own.
  • Suggested images are; roses, tiaras, glassslippers, twinkling diamonds or stars, castles and hearts.
  • Make every picture sparkle with a very fine dusting glitter (craft or cosmetic store).
  • If face painting is just not your gift, mix aloe-vera gel and fine polyester glitter. Apply to the girl's cheeks for sparkling fun!

Crown the New Princesses

Purchase paper tiara's (party store), glitter glue, and stick-on jewels. Cover your work space and allow the little princess's to create their own tiara to wear and take home. If you use stickers and/or glue dots when decorating the tiara's can be worn immediately.

Cinderella's Glass Slipper

Make a "glass slipper" before the party, using silver spray paint or glue and glitter, on a high heeled shoe. You will also need an old, tattered shoe for game time. Position the girls into a circle. Pass the shoe around the circle while music is playing. Ring a bell to signal the stroke of midnight. The player holding the slipper when the bell rings, receives the old shoe to hold, while sitting in the middle. She is then in charge of the bell ringing for the next round. At the end of the game every player receives a Disney Princess prize; necklace, ring, Disney Princesses fruit snacks etc.

Snow White's Poison Apple

Little princesses need to find the poison apple, before Snow White takes a bite! Before the party, tie a green ribbon around the stem of one red apple. Hide that apple with several more apples around the party space. To play, simply explain to the children that Snow white is going apple picking and one of the apples is poisonous. Can they find it?  If you want to add more poisonous apples, just tie more ribbons around the stems.

Who Am I?

Before the party, place stickers of Disney Princesses on several 3x5 cards - one Princess per card. To play, tape the cards onto the girls backs, so that they cannot see their own Princess. The object of the game is to identify which princess is on you back, by asking yes/no questions of the other players. Example: Does my princess have brown hair? Is my princess wearing a blue dress?

Dance -- Freeze

Inform the girls that Sleeping Beauty's evil step mother is threatening to FREEZE the entire Kingdom!!! When the music starts, they begin dancing?until the "Evil Step Mother" (adult) stops the music. At which point, they all freeze. Repeat this several times.

The Princess Is Missing Her Favorite Things!

Place several items on a tray or cookie sheet. Try to find items that work with the theme; tiara, lipstick, wand or royal scepter, silver spoon, jewelry, handkerchief etc. One player leaves the room. Remove one or two items from the tray. When the player returns they must guess what's missing.  Repeat until every child has a turn.

Princess Puzzler

Before the party, print out Disney Princesses pictures from the Internet, or use a coloring book. Attach each picture onto some construction paper with a glue stick. Cut the pictures into 2, 3, or 4 puzzle pieces. Hide the pieces around the party area. The girls each need to find one puzzle piece and then find the the players with the matching piece/s.

Pretty, Pretty Princess

For parties with 4-6 girls A board game, where the object of the game is to become the princess. You can find it where you purchase most games. It is intended for four players. If you have more girls purchase extra jewelry at your local party store.


Princess Jewels

Bead jewelry with string and plastic beads to make necklaces or bracelets.

Make a Princess Frame

Decorate Craft foam picture frames (craft store) with glitter glue and stick on jewels. Use a Polaroid or digital camera to take pictures when the girls are all dressed up and wearing their tiaras. Each girl will have their own picture and frame to take home.

Royal Princess Clay

Make your own play dough. Provide each child with a ball of dough and some fine glitter (craft store). The children will work the glitter into the dough. Package each of the guests dough into a Zip -loc bag to be taken home as a party favor.


Fill a pink paper bag, to-go container or small basket with party favors fit for royalty; glitter balls, stickers, Disney Princess fruit snacks, nail polish, plastic jewelry, miniature book of Cinderella, "stick-on earrings", paper dolls.


Easy Princess Cake

Make or order a sheet cake with roses and add a plastic tiara and wand or Disney Princesses figurines.


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