Princess parties are always such fun occasions to see, and this one submitted by Julie Verville of Crowning Details out of Houston Texas is no different!
Princess Birthday Party
From the fun princess frog cake balls to the pretty pink, white, and gold color palette, this party is sure to give you a leg up upon hosting your next royal affair! So, bring your princess along and enjoy this party fun with us!
Some of my favorite party ideas + elements from this royal birthday celebration include:
- Princess Frog cake balls set atop lily pads
- Castle tower cupcake stands
- Darling pink cake topped with a gold lace crown
- Pink ruffled dessert table cover
- Sweet table castle backdrop incorporating fun tower cupcakes stands
- Star cookie wands
- Gold crown piñata
- Photo op carriage favor backdrop
- Glitter gold favor bags
- And more!
Party Design & Printables: Crowning Details
Table Backdrop & Once Upon a Sign Designs: Created by Jackie
Cake: Frost Bake Shoppe
Cake Balls: Angie’s Cake
Crown Cake Topper: Etsy (AtarahsCreations)
Custom Napkins: Etsy (WithInkandLove)
Pinata & Tassle Garland: Handcrafted Parties
Glass slippers, princess carriage standee, horse & carriage standee, princess carriage plates: Shindgiz
Princess Party Details:
This is what Julie shared about the party- “There wasn’t any doubt what theme our little girl wanted for her 3rd birthday party…..princess and pink! Pink. Pink. Pink.
When developing the design concept for this party, I knew that I wanted to incorporate traditional princess elements, a visit by Cinderella (we were just coming off our 1st Disney trip), elements interesting to the little boy guests (favors and activities), something whimsical and a unique table backdrop design. I hope you enjoy the photos and find inspiration for your next princess party!!
The dessert table was created around this 3D, hand-painted backdrop by Created by Jackie. I wanted 3D, removable cupcake stands that would house cupcakes, just showing the pink tops so that they blended into the actual backdrop and cutouts for a single cupcake. The linen was one of my favorites….pink ruffles. The whimsical element to the party were these adorable frog princess cupcakes sitting on lily pads around the castle’s drawbridge and around Nora’s pink floral birthday cake. We kept the rest of the elements fairly simple; pink glitter star cookie wands were displayed atop crystals to bring in an element of sparkle to the table, custom Cinderella glass slipper napkins were paired with princess carriage plates by Shindigz and gold forks.
For the seated tables, we contrasted the linens by using crisp white, floor-length cotton linens dressed up a bit with pink, paper placemats. Table centerpieces were these fun gold modern birdcages filled with white and pink flowers. And for a bit of whimsy and fun on the tables, we sprinkled glass slippers between place settings. Nora’s chair was marked by her very own mini crown pinata, created by my friend and amazing vendor @lisafrankparties on Instagram.
A favorite among guests was this over-sized princess horse and carriage from Shindigz set along the front lawn as everyone arrived. Kiddos could stand behind the carriage window for a photo op (our oldest son below getting his photo-op on).
Party guests took home these fun favor bags filled with goodies for both boys and girls. The little girls took home princess wands, princess tiaras and princess stickers while the handful of boy guests took home green wands, inflatable knight swords, and knight & dragon stickers.”
Find your prince inside these happily ever after parties:
Love Kara’s Party Ideas? Keep up with the latest party ideas, FREE party printables, tutorials, recipes and more by following Kara’s Party Ideas on Pinterest!