Fancy hosting a princess birthday party for your daughter? We have loads of easy and simple princess birthday party decorations to DIY. Get crafting to make your venue look perfectly palatial for your party princess.
Lower the drawbridge!
Give your party guests a warm welcome to your castle with this easy to fashion drawbridge entrance. Tape together some cardboard boxes to fit your entryway, making sure you have a hole for the door. Use the cut-offs to create a drawbridge on the ground, with paper chains mimicking the drawbridge chains. Add some colour with name bunting and brickwork.
Crowns and chandeliers
Suited to older children this stylish and sophisticated pink and gold design is still a great princess rift. A balloon garland and crown bunting provides the backdrop for the table with a paper chandelier adding regal detail. Cute gold crowns and pink table confetti add to the look.
What’s the number?
Make sure all your guests know just which birthday your celebrating with this large (and easy to DIY) tissue paper number. Use a papier mache number and then make tissue paper flowers in three different colours to hot glue onto the number.
Cover all the bases if your party girl can’t decide which princess she likes the best with a backdrop showing all of them. This one has Ariel, Cinderella, Rapunzel and my favourite, Belle!
You shall go to the ball
Make sure your princess gets to the ball on time with this clever pumpkin carriage. Makes a perfect prop for the food table. All you need is a plain paper lantern and some card to make the wheels and decorations. Add on some mini pumpkins as well (oranges with celery stalks) and fairy lights to complete the scene.
Dress the table
I love the princess skirt on this food table and it would be really easy to make yourself. A bit of tulle and some fairy lights do double duty in hiding underneath the table and princessing the decor. Just use a staple gun to attach the skirt to some board that fits the table top so it won’t mark it.
Make this vase display to place around your venue and it will make a pretty gift for the party girl once the guests have gone. With a number pick and a letter, everyone will know who the special party girl is.
These dazzling glasses are just the kind of thing every princess should be drinking their special princess punch from. Use plastic glasses so even small ones can have one. A bit of spray glue and throw as much glitter at it as you can manage!