Posted by Janie Clements at Friday, December 11th, 2020 - 01:25:22 AM in Birthday Party
For girls, think about having a tea party. Simple tea party etiquette tips and guidelines will help make your child's birthday tea party a great success and one they will remember fondly for years to come. You might want to make an etiquette guideline list and send it along with your invitations, informing your guests that you will be following this list of tea party etiquette guidelines. Be creative! Make it FUN!
Crafts are also great for the party that will be fun for the little princesses while they create something to keep to remember the party. Craft supplies are relatively inexpensive. An idea for crafts is for each little princess to create a tiara for herself to wear during the party. The girls will spend time together in a fun activity while creating something pretty that every true princess must have. You can then take photos of each girl with their tiara to take home with them once they get this task accomplished.
A princess party theme gets right down to the food and beverages on offer. Only serve finger food which will allow the princesses to maintain their princess style and elegance. Overly messy foods should be avoided. Princesses are NOT messy! Finger sandwiches, some cookies, ham and cheese rollups, a fruit plate, etc, are always a good idea for a princess party. A cake is also important although care needs be taken to maintain the royal air. Ginger ale, fruit punch or some other beverages will work great.
If you want to be able to stick with your birthday idea, you will also need to focus on your decorations as well. This will help create the overall look for the party. For instance, if the party is about Disney Princesses, you can make tiaras as party hats and use pink table clothes. The table napkins and paper plates could also be printed with princesses. If you are putting up a stage, design it like a castle to give more royalty feel to the birthday party.
How would you like your house full of party guests to be kept busy with quiet games and activities during the last half hour of your child's party? If you plan on making a birthday party craft with the guests, make sure you create a prototype, for the guests to see and for you to gauge the difficulty level of the craft before the birthday party begins.