This regal celebrations features decor with crowns, fleurs-de-lis, and a striking blue and white color palette.
To make your own balloon backdrop, first, cover your wall with inexpensive paper -- like the white underside of unused wrapping paper. Then, inflate your balloons (use a balloon pump from your local discount store), and simply tape the balloon's knot onto your wall covering.
If you prefer, you could also cover the backdrop area with foam core board, and use pushpins to secure the balloon's tied-up nozzles to the board.
You can arrange the balloons on your backdrop however you like -- in patterns, stripes, ombre gradients, and more!
Photo credit: Melissa.
This customizable felt crown would be perfect for your little prince, and his royal party entourage. You can let your guests customize their own, too, as a super-fun creative party activity!
Hear ye! Hear ye! Discover just how easy -- and inexpensive -- it is to construct a one-of-a-kind castle perfect for your princely party!
This jewel of a cake will make your little prince feel like a king for a day!
All of your guests would love to be given a "crown" -- of savory potato wedges!
Each of us can become the hero -- the prince or princess -- of our own life's story. In the end, we discover that we must build our own palace if we wish to live in one. Help your young guests learn this lesson by building their own miniature castle or palace at your prince party, taking a baby step toward a more noble future.
Photo credit: Sunny.
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Royal Feasting Table
Regal Balloon Backdrop
A Birthday Crown for All Ages
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Cookie Crown Cake
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Prince Phillip's Baked Potato Wedges
Royal Candy Display
DIY Paper Crowns
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