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Princess Party Plan

Don't panic we've got all the ideas you need to host the perfect princess theme party...

Princess parties at home

It's vital that you spend just a little time planning your party if you want things to go smoothly and the guests to have a memorable time. But don't worry as usual Lello and Monkey have taken the hard work out of the equation. You can find the makings of a great princess birthday party here...

Don't forget the party bags (either prepare them beforehand or do our treasure hunt game and let the kids fill the party bags with the 'treasure' they find!)

Clear a space for guests to leave their presents for opening after everyone leaves. Don't forget to list who bought what so your child can write thank you cards! - We have designed some FREE printable princess thank you cards you might like to use.

See all of our ideas for princess party games.

The Princess Party Plan

10.30 Biscuit Decorating - Pre-bake some ginger bread princess, heart or butterfly biscuits and provide icing pens and silver balls to decorate them with.

This activity will give you 10 minutes grace to greet your guests and will allow time for any late comers. If anyone arrives too late to do this activity explain kindly, but firmly, that the activity is finished now, but they can have a go at the end before they go home (by which time they may have forgotten or they may want to stay behind to do the activity).

10.45 Princess Treasure Hunt - Obviously we love treasure hunts because they are so much fun and everyone always wants join in. If you organise it well and hide the markers wll it can take around 20 minutes to complete and then give the kids 10 minutes free play time if the weather is nice. Lello and Monkey are all about the treasure hunt so go buy our Princess Treasure Hunt game now!

11.15 Pass the Royal Purse - Easier than pass the parcel as you don't need to wrap layers and layers of treats. Just fill a pretty purse with enough treats as there are guests. Each guest takes a treat if they are holding the royal purse when the music stops.

11.25 Princess Stepping Stones - Like the traditional party game 'musical chairs' the children dance around a ring of stepping stones (instead of chairs). When the music stops they have to find a vacant stepping stone to stand on. To fit with the whole princess party theme we have created a Princess Stepping Stones game.

11.35 Sleeping Snow White - Just like sleeping logs, but children have to pretend to bite an apple and fall asleep and the first one to move is out until one is remaining. You may have to produce a tickling stick for any highly competitive guests.

11.45 Craft Activity - Why not try our princess and butterfly craft kits, it will give a little time to serve out your pre-prepared lunch.

12.00 Lunch Time

12.20 Birthday Cake - Singing Happy Birthday, blow out candles...easy!

12.25 Story Time - We like ‘The Real Princess’ by Brenda Williams.