Get the Princess party ideas you need to throw a fabulous royal ball for your little girl are here. No matter what your birthday party budget, you can find fun ideas for your daughter's princess birthday celebration.

The royal ball theme is not new, but that colledge dorm party doesn't mean you can not have some unique party ideas for your little girls' birthday party. Girls party ideas are easy to find when you know where to look...and Princess Party are so popular with girls. We will show you how to find the regal princess party food ideas, fun kids craft projects, party games...everything you will need to celebrate this regal event.

Princess Party Planning

Set your party budget and get your guest list together. Plan on one guest for each year of age. If your little girl is five...plan on five guests. If your little girl is turning 7 plan on inviting 7 party guests. Keep it small, keep it simple, and it will be a fun and successful party.

Pick out your party theme. There are several princess party themes you can choose from. One of the most popular is the Disney Princesses. As a group or on their own, these popular princess party themes are always a fun choice. The Disney Princesses include Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel the Little Mermaid, and some people think Tinkerbell should be in this group as well. Other ideas include Pink princess, pretty princess and the first birthday princess accessories.

Party Supplies Fit For A Princess

Princess party supplies and decorations are fun. Fun to shop for, fun to pick out and fun to set out on the day of your party. You can find tablecloths, plates, cups, napkins, balloons, wall decals and lots of other supply ideas. Look on line where you can get party packs. Boxes packed with enough party supplies for up to 8 princesses. These boxes include the party invitations you need to send out to your guest list. You can also find balloons and streamers...these are big party decorating accessories. Balloons and streamers give you big party decorating help for just a few dollars. A Princess theme party is usually in the pastel color family. Pinks, white, lavender sometimes mixed in with gold and purple...very regal colors...perfect for your royal kids party.

Princess Party Decorations

Other decorating ideas you should know about are: using tulle or gossamer fabric to decorate the walls of your party room. Pick a chair to decorate as a throne. You can wrap tulle or fabric around a chair, let it drape to the floor at the back. Tie the fabric in place by tying a big bow. A simple decorating idea that brings a big effect. Your chair now looks like a throne fit for a princess. There is also a princess throne that you can buy.

Add some wall decals to really bring your princess party theme home. These decals are easy to apply and also easy to remove. When your party is over use them to decorate your daughter's bedroom. That makes this party decoration a bonus for your little girl.

Use a red carpet to lead your party guests into the throne room. How regal can you get? The red carpet is thrilling to walk. Make sure you take a picture of the girls while they are walking on it. Be sure to put a tiara on their heads before they start the red carpet walk.

Another fun princess party idea is to make a pumpkin carriage photo setup. You can make this out of a large piece of cardboard. Cut a face hole in the carriage and when your party guests stand behind it, they will look like they are sitting in a carriage on their way to the ball. Great for taking pictures to put in the thank you notes and a great party keepsake. You can also find these party photo props for sale...at a pretty cheap price, so make it or buy it, just be sure to check it out. It does add a lot of fun to your party theme.

Party Favors can work the rest of the magic at your Princess party. Get some unique ideas like Cinderella slipper sidewalk chalk or a glass slipper filled with candies, or that beautiful tiara every princess needs.

Princess Birthday Cake Ideas

An easy cake decorating idea for a princess party theme is getting a princess cake topper. You just put it right on top of your homemade cake. Looks great and you don't need any special cake decorating skills. There are also edible cake images you can buy. You just put them right on top of your frosted cake too. These toppers make cake decorating for a kids party easy as can be.

You can make a princess castle cake. Frost a rectangular or round cake, add some ice cream cones...covered with frosting, to make the turrets of the castle. Use graham crackers to make the castle doors and windows. You can cut fruit roll ups in triangular pieces attach them to tooth picks and you've made flags to fly from the castle towers. Trim with colored candies and your castle cake is complete.