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Have a royal ball!

Spark some magic in the Princess Party with Princes games. We have some charming Princess theme games below and more games can be found in our all-around game section.


Help your royal guests get to know each other better. Choose from games below and others from our general icebreaker section according to the age of the children and location of the Princess Party. Some are best indoors while others work better outside.


Choose a guest to be “the princess” and give them a princess handbag full of princess accessories.

You can purchase the purse and princess items online or use what you have from around the house such as fake pearls and a ring. A tiara and magic wand can be created using instructions from our homemade craft section and also can be purchased online.

The princess then faces the party guests. She is allowed to turn around and pick one thing out of the purse that the others cannot see. Then, she is to describe it and let the rest of the group guess what it is. Whoever guesses correctly is then “the princess”.


Have the royal guests sit in a circle. Start the game out by saying part of a sentence like: If I were a princess, I would… Have the children take turns filling in the rest of the sentence. This icebreaker is so fun, you may want to do several partial sentences. “If I were a princess, my friends would…”, is another starter. This game is a fun way for the children to get to know one another and of course, if there are boys present, just change “princess” to “prince”.


Purchase or make a magic wand. Have the children sit in a circle. One will start the game by holding the magic wand and naming three wishes. Then they pass the magic wand to the person next to them who will also name three wishes. The game continues until every child has had their turn.


Have the children sit in a circle and go around the room finishing this sentence, “I feel like a princess when…”. One child may feel like a princess when her hair is fixed pretty while another one may when she attends a Princess Party. It is fun for the children to learn about themselves and others.


The princess is looking or her tiara! Make an obstacle course for the children to go through in order to help the princess find it. Use boxes for them to crawl through, pillows to go over, stacks of books to go around, and whatever else you can find that is safe and fun.

Place a tiara at the end of the course. The first child to it wears it until the next one comes through. Everyone wins once the last child makes it through. The object of the game is to be a team and just to have fun.


This game is like “hot potato” except a glass slipper is substituted for a potato. Sit the children in a circle and set a timer. Have them toss around the glass slipper until the clock strikes midnight (when the timer goes off).

The child holding the slipper or the last one to touch it when the timer goes off is “out”. Play until there is only one left who is then declared the winner, but in keeping with our philosophy that “everyone is a winner”, it is a good idea to reward every player.

If you are giving out prizes, Cinderella glass slipper chalk is a perfect idea.


Fill a white or pink tub, trash can or plastic container with pink golf balls. Count them as you put them in (preferably before the Princess Party) and write the amount down on a notepad that you put out of site. Have the children guess how many balls are in the bucket. The one that guesses correctly or is the closest to it is the winner. As always though, everyone is a winner.

*The balls can be used for other games as well such as some of the ones listed below.


The princess has met Prince Charming and is getting married. She has requested that all of the kingdom bring as many diamonds as they can to her so she can chose one.

Divide the children into two teams. Place pink golf balls in a container. At the count of three, team one will hop on one leg to the container and gather as many balls as they can without using their hands.

While gathering they can stand on two feet but must hop to the balls as well as back. If a ball drops, it cannot be counted. Count the number of balls the team has collected and put them back in the container for team two to retrieve. The team that collects the most wins.


Divide the children into couples. If there is an odd number, that’s when the Queen (you) gets to play. If there are princes in the group, they automatically pair up with a girl and get to be “the artist”.

For couples that are both girls, they get to draw out of the hat (or glass slipper) to see who is the artist and who is the princess. Once that is decided, let them draw to see what order they will go in.

With that done, drape a sheet over the princess and have her sit on a chair. Her artist will hide behind her and the sheet with only his arms showing. The princess’ arms do not show. The child who is the artist will have a container of supplies that the other children cannot see.

Supplies include: lipstick, blush, a hairbrush, a washrag, toothbrush and toothpaste (needless to say, you will need a new toothbrush for every princess) and whatever else you want to put in. The s/he will proceed to apply the products, one by one, on the princess (s/he can’t see her face and his hands and arms are acting as her hands and arms).

The game can get quite funny so you will want to take pictures. This is a favorite in our family.


The frog is trying to get to the princess for the famous kiss that will turn him into a prince.

Have the children stand in a line. Choose one person to start. All other players then kneel on the ground and rest their heads on the ground, covered by their hands.

The chosen starting player will place his or her hands on the back of the person at the back of the line. He or she must press on the person's back and leap over the person, spreading his or her legs apart and hopping like a frog. The player continues hopping until reaching the front of the line, then kneeling and covering his or her head.

The game continues indefinitely as the person at the back of the line is always the next to leapfrog over the other players. You can set a timer or play a song to end it if you want to.The point object of the game is to have fun and be silly.


Fill a large box with dress up clothes. You can use clothes from around the house or attic or purchase from a yard sale or thrift store. Hats, high heel shoes and nylons are great too. In a smaller box, fill with cosmetics, child nail polish and hair accessories.

Have the children stand in a line.

One by one, each child is blindfolded then led to the two boxes where s/he will proceed to dress up. Once again, the object of the game is just to laugh and have fun.


No birthday Princess Party is complete without a version of “pin the tail on the donkey”. Of course a princess prefers to pin a crown on. Disney Princess Party Game will be a big hit.


The little birthday princess and her royal guests would like to be entertained at the Princess Party. So how do you entertain toddler royalty?


Build a castle or palace from a large box. Use markers, paints, glitter and shimmering paint pens to sparkle it up. Cut a front door and several windows and let the children play inside with stuffed animals, dolls and even a plush princess chair. Play peek-a-boo with them through the openings for even more fun.


Fill pink, white or pastel baskets or buckets with balls, stuffed toys (a stuffed prince frog is perfect), bath toys, books and blocks. Set one in front of each of the small children and watch them play. They will dump the toys out and fill them up again. The ritual is great fun for babies and entertaining for adults to watch as well. Let the children take them home when the Princess Party is over.

*You can decorate the containers with Princess First Birthday Party theme stickers and don’t forget, you can even get personalized stickers.


Use white, pink or pastel colored lunch sacks to make your own Princess Party favor sacks. Razzle-dazzle them by gluing on shiney sequins, jewels and practically anything that sparkles.

You can use a glittery paint pen to make squiggles or even write out the names each royal guest on their sack. Glitter can also be glued straight on and comes in all sorts of colors and sizes.

For the icing on the cake, use a hot glue gun to glue on a bow made out of satin ribbon or lace or make tow slits in the front of the sack and lace a ribbon through then tie in a bow.Another idea is to hot glue a tiara on each sack or even a magic wand.

Princess stickers can be applied to the sacks. Personalized Princess theme stickers are available as well. No matter what age your birthday princess is, she can help place stickers on.

Stamping is fun too. Princess stamps are available at most craft stores and online as well.

For the prince charmings in attendance, blue or white sacks are great and can be decorated with knights in shining armor or heraldry stickers and stamps.

Rather than hot gluing a tiara, a crown is a great option and can even be cut out of construction paper and painted with a gold metallic paint pen. A black bow tie can easily be made out of black ribbon and hot glued to the sack.

Use your imagination and have fun. Ask your little princess to contribute her own ideas, you may be amazed at how creative and original her highness can be. Enjoy!


Cut out a rectangle of fabric and lay wrong-side up so you see the back of the fabric.

For the top of the bag, fold in 1/2 inch on each shorter side and press with an iron. Then sew down the two flaps or if you prefer, you can use pinking shears to trim so you don’t have to hem it and it will give it a decorative effect as well. Another option is to sew or glue on lace which also omits the need to hem.

Fold bag in half, bright sides together. Sew top and bottom sides so that only the part you already sewed, glued or used pinking shears on is the only open side.

Flip bag right-side-out, fill with gifts, and tie with ribbon.

*Go as frilly as you want with netted, shimmery or metallic fabric. You can glue or sew on sequins or beads or may even want to paint with a glittery paint pen. Princess theme fabric is another great option.

Use your imagination and have fun. Ask your little princess to contribute her own ideas, you may be amazed at how creative and original her highness can be. Enjoy!


Your little princess will want to send her royal guests home with a piece of the palace.

You can give toddler-friendly treats to the younger ones such as princess fairytale books for babies, bubbles, large size crayons and princess coloring books, princess stickers, stuffed frogs, balls and bath toys.

Toddler snacks such as yogurt bites and fruit puffs can be distributed in zip lock baggies. Sippy cups, fun straws, and plush magic wands are fantastic ideas as well.

Place the gifts inside a Princess First birthday favor bag or make your own bag out of a pink paper sack and personalized Princess First birthday stickers.

Another great and convenient idea is this toddler Disney Princess toddler favor kit that comes complete with all you see here.

With all our ideas you are sure to send the pint- size prince and princesses home with a smile.


Share the magic. Send your royal guests home with Disney Princess Deluxe Favor Set they will treasure. You can even give the Princess Deluxe Favor Setout when the guests arrive if you want to supply them with princess frills to enjoy during the Princess Party. See our pre-party Princess gift bag section for great ideas.

A sparkling tiara is a must for every princess as is a magic wand. Princess stickers, theme balloons, princess jewelry, kid safe body glitter, princess gloves and glass slippers make delightful gifts. A pink princess stationary set goes perfect in a Princess Party bag. Bubbles, books, glittery play dough, crayons and a princess coloring book make wonderful additions.

Disney Princess Bubble Wand makes a great gift.

Princess Assorted Party Sweets adds a sweet surprise. Other candy ideas include sweet tarts candy necklaces, pink rock candy, sucker rings and any other pink or pastel candy.Disney Princess Lipgloss Necklace is also great fun.

The list in as endless as the fun the little ladies will have: Cinderella compacts, Disney Princess lip gloss necklaces, Barbie as the Island Princess hair bands, and so much more are all available.

Personalize your favors! Princess theme buttons, magnets, stickers and bag tags are available with your child’s name printed on them through Birthday in a Box.

Give a gift that keeps on giving. Check out our collection of Princess t-shirts.

Check out pre-filled Princess Party treat bags. Often they can save you time and money too. Birthday in a Box has excellent values on a great variety of Princess Party packs including Disney Princess, Pink Princess and Cinderella.

It may be a good idea to make separate gift bags for any boys that attend the Princess Party. You can substitute a crown for the tiara and make some other minor changes as well. Magic stones, frog toys and king rings are great fillers. Heraldry temporary tattoos make great prince favors as well. Check out Birthday in a Box’s knight set!

You can also make your own Princess Party favors. We have easy instructions so you and your princess can make them together.

It’s in the bag! Princess Disney Princess Favor Set come in all the popular variations: Disney Princess, Pink Princess, Cinderella Princess, Strawberry Shortcake Princess and Barbie Princess as the Island Princess. Or, go all out with a princess handbag or princess treasure chest. Pink or purple transparent bags with prismatic dots are fun and frilly to fill with fairytale favors.

You can make your own Disney Princess Mesh Bag with a little help from us. Pink lunch sacks can be decorated to sparkle and shine, make your own net drawstring bags or choose one of our many other fun and inexpensive ideas.

Whichever option you choose, the favors you pass out will be every bit as magical as the Princess Party, so go ahead…dazzle them.


Save money and have fun with your birthday princess at the same time by making your own Princess themed gifts to give as Princess Party favors.

Save money and have fun with your birthday princess at the same time by making your own Princess themed gifts to give as Princess Party favors.

Magic Wand

What’s a princess without a magic wand? Use a pencil, long stick or dowel rod to wrap foil (silver or colored), crepe paper or strips of fabric around. Glue on sequins, rhinestones, glitter and anything else you can find that sparkles. Cut a star out of cardboard and glue on some foil to completely cover it. Attach ribbon streamers which you can purchase at a craft or fabric store. Shades of pinks, purples, pastels or even silver and gold work perfectly.

Don’t be shy to fancy it up. Girls love glitz, especially princesses.

Princess Tiara

Adorn your birthday princess and her friends with a homemade tiara. Simply use pipe cleaner or star garland. Make a circle large enough to fit on her highness’ head. Use two if needed. Twist ends together.

Tie curling ribbon onto the halo and curl or use tiny fabric ribbon and let flow. Shades of pinks, purples or pastels are perfect for the occasion.

Add all the frills: shiny sequins, rhinestones, glitter and anything else you want that sparkles and shines. Your princess is now ready to meet up with her fairy godmother or maybe even Prince Charming.

* You can also use a headband. Wrap foil (colored or silver) around it and add ribbon and glitz as to the halo.


You don’t have to be a basket case figuring out this easy princess project. Weave got simple instructions for you.

Collect enough baskets for each of your royal guests of honor. These can be ones you have around the house, preferably similar sizes. You can also pick them up cheaply at a thrift shop or dollar store.

Paint them if you would like. Spray paint is easiest but craft paint works as well. Pink is perfect. White, red, or a pastel color make nice choices as well. Make them sparkle and shine by using a glitter paint or add it when the paint is dry. Don’t forget the magic fairy dust. Iridescent glitter is available in spray or sprinkles and adds that extra fairytale touch to the baskets.

Now you are ready to decorate the baskets. With a hot glue gun, add lace or a ruffle around the basket top. Tie a ribbon in a bow and glue it on where the two ends of the lace or ruffle ends. You can do all the baskets alike or vary them. This is a fantastic way to unload some sewing scraps you have had around the house.

You can glue flowers or princess accessories onto the basket.

Fill the baskets with colored tissue or shredded paper or foil, available in the gift wrap section of many variety stores or craft shops. You can even use Easter grass.

Place an assortment of Princess theme gifts in the basket, beginning with the largest placed at the back and the others neatly following.

The baskets will certainly put a twinkle in your little guest’s eyes and a smile on their faces and no doubt they will be used for years to come.


Barbie & Princess Costumes
Entertain your royal guests with these enchanting Princess theme activities.

Princess Balloon Kit can be lots of fun.


Jump start the fun in your Princess Party. This adorable origami (paper craft) frog is a prince in the making. Print out our frog instructions and pass out green paper to the children. Read the instructions to them aloud and show them as well.


Download and print out our Princess theme tiara pattern before the Princess Party begins. Cover a work area for the children and pass out supplies: pink or pastel paper (thicker works best), glue, glitter, glitter pens and stick-on jewels. You can also distribute princess stickers. If you have boys at the Princess Party, download and print out our crown pattern for them. Once the children have their supplies, you can help them begin making their own tiaras and crowns. Each child can wear them when dry and take them home as a Princess Party favor.


A castle will add tons of fun to your Princess theme Princess Party. Let them play in it when they are finished.


Wishes come true with a magic wand. Every princess must have one. Let each princess make her own. Kits are available like the one seen here, or use your own supplies that can be purchased online or at your favorite craft store.

If you opt to make your own, you will need foam stars, wooden sticks, glue, glitter or glitter pens, and markers or paint pens. You can also add jewels, sequins and even confetti. Colored foil tinsel can also be used to stream from the stars or wrap around the stick. Click here for great deals on these materials.

Have the girls decorate the stars and sticks and then glue together. The sky is the limit with this creative project and the guests can take their magic wands home when the Princess Party is over.

* Double sided glow in the dark stars are available. Order two for each guest so they can glow on both sides.* If there are princes I attendance, they can make a septer. Just use a circle or diamond shape piece of foam instead and include some blue glitter and paint.


Your Princess Party guests will have a royal blast creating princesses with this foam art kit. Purchase several and let them mix and match.It’s easy, just peel, stick and decorate. The kit comes with one base so you may want to purchase thick paper or colored cardboard pieces for them to stick their creations on to. This activity makes a great take home gift as well.


Keep the little majesty and her royal guests occupied and entertained with our Princess First Birthday activities.


Before the Princess Party, mix one package of Jello brand vanilla pudding with enough strawberry or cherry flavored Jello gelatin mix to turn it pink. You can use pistachio pudding for green too, especially if boys are to be at the Princess Party. In a covered craft area, let the little ones dip their hands in the mix then make a handprint on a white piece of paper (thicker is better). Print the child’s name on his or her creation (Princess Sarah, Prince Trevor, etc.) and let them stick on a few Princess First Birthday stickers. Let them take them home to “show and tell”.


Let the tots color a princess page in Crayola Color Wonder Disney Princess Coloring Book & Markers. Amazingly, the colors only show up on the coloring page. Adult supervision is still required, of course.

Princess Hat Kit

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