Set the tone for a magical party with our exclusive "Party Like a Princess" invitation. It fits perfectly in an A7-sized envelope, but could also be rolled up like a scroll for a fun hand-delivered presentation.
Presenting princesses with a personalized nametag upon arrival is a great way to break the ice and make guests feel welcome. We strung our tags (available for download here!) on delicate sheer ribbon, but yarn or twine would work just as well.
To make a menu board like this one, hunt down a mirror with a pretty frame (we got ours at Goodwill), then spray paint it any color that fits your theme. Paint over the mirrored area with a couple coats of chalkboard paint and voila—you're done!
To make our table princess-worthy, we tracked down a light pink tablecloth, a scalloped linen runner, wrapped each chair with a tulle bow and topped the whole thing with a generous sprinkling of confetti and sequins.
Paper doilies made for easy, affordable and eye-catching chargers. Buying your paper products from the same supplier ensures that the colors will correspond. (We purchased our plates, treat cups and napkins at Shop Sweet Lulu.)
Whipping up these frilly magic wands is a snap. Start by printing out the star template. Then cut out the stars and glue to color-coordinating paper. Cut a star-shaped border around the shape and glue two stars together. To keep things simple, we slipped striped paper straws between the stars before the glue dried. Finish them off with a ribbon curl and you're ready to make magic!
To add a hint of glitz to grocery-store rose bouquets, we floated gold sequins in clear bud vases. Be sure to use vases with narrow openings so sequins will gather at the top. So pretty and so easy!
Striped paper treat cups filled with Jeweled Princess Chex mix served as take-home favors, dressed up with our exclusive downloadable thank-you tags and ribbon curlicues. These versatile tags would work just as well on treat bags or favor pouches!
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