By Ambre Gillot. Birthday Decorations. Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 18:28:07 PM.
Are you throwing a Princess Theme Birthday Party for your child? Every little girl dreams of being a princess, and at least once in her life she needs to wear a crown! Make her day unforgettably special with the following great princess birthday party ideas: Pink, Yellow, and Purple – These are her heiness's royal colors when planning your princess themed birthday party. Streamers, ribbons, and bows should be rich and full, and decorated with sparkling gems whenever possible. Package after package of plastic or rhinestone jewels are an absolute must for any princess party. They can be purchased in bulk at any craft store, for a relatively cheap price. Not only can you use them to decorate the room, but also to adorn the walls, the table, the games, and even the goodie bags each of your prince or princesses will be taking home – just keep them away from the princess cake! Be sure to dress your princess in a beautiful princess tutu or outfit befitting of her royal status. In addition to physical decorations, you should have some princess-like music playing in the background. Use any modern princess soundtrack, or download some Renaissance music from the internet for a more traditional royal sound.
It's the birthday kid's big day but that doesn't mean you can ignore her brothers and sisters. While you may want to arrange for siblings to go play at another friend's house, many kids don't want to miss out on the action at home. If that's the case, allow the sibling to invite one special friend. They can either play in another room or help out with the party (as coat-takers, present-collectors, guest-greeters, or waiters).
Kids birthday parties have gotten more and more extravagant over the last few years, but perhaps those days are over, and probably that's for the best. Times are tough now, with gas way over $4 and a trip to the supermarket requiring a trip to the bank before you go. We all need to watch our expenses, and your kids birthday party is no exception. But you can still have a marvelous celebration of this childhood milestone on a tightened budget. Kids at least through the pre-teen years of 11 and 12 aren't impressed by what you spend; they just want to have a great time.
Princess Themed Arts and Crafts – Your choices here are near limitless. Make a quick trip to the craft store for beads and string, and have each party-goer create his or her own royal necklace. Use different colored pearls and jeweled beads for girls, shaped beads and small amulet pendants for boys. Crowns are another excellent choice – buy some plain plastic crowns and tiaras and allow the children to decorate them using a glue stick, glitter, stickers, washable markers, and whatever 'jewels' they want. Once fully adorned, another fantastic idea involves each partygoer creating his or her own treasure box. Beforehand, stock up on some empty baby wipe containers and spray paint them silver or gold. Allow each child to decorate the box the way they decorated the crown, writing their name on the bottom. Finally, each princess should have her own magic wand, and each prince his own sword (if you forsee swords causing problems, boys can be given ribbon sashes instead). Kits are available or you can do it yourself. Decorate these as well, and everyone will go home in their absolute finest royal trappings.
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