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Party Like a Princess by Betty Crocker

Top tips for creating the princess party

Creating a dreamy fairytale princess party for your little one couldn’t be simpler than this shared step by step guide prepared by the food experts at Betty Crocker. You can see the original post over at Betty Crocker here.  

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Download your princess party invites – by Betty Crocker

Party invites and thank you tags

  • Princess party invitations – download yours from Betty Crocker here 
  • Name tags for every party guest – download yours from Betty Crocker here 
  • Thank you tags for party favours – download yours from Betty Crocker here
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A basket full of goodies fit for a princess! – by Betty Crocker

Setting the scene

  • Tie pink tulle into big puffy bows around the chairs
  • Hang tissue paper pom-poms and paper lanterns from the ceiling above the party table
  • String garlands on the wall
  • Cover the party table with a pink tablecloth and scatter it with confetti
  • Place gold sequins in small glass vases with water and pink silk flowers
  • Make a menu chalkboard by painting chalk-paint on the glass of an old ornate mirror
  • Use paper straws and star cut-outs to make pretty wands
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Easy princess party cakes – get the recipe at Betty Crocker

Dreamy party food

  • Homemade raspberry lemonade in bottles
  • Sweet treats with a dusting of edible glitter in small candy cups
  • Crown cut-out sandwiches
  • Fruit wands – quick and easy, simply add fresh fruit on to dyed skewer sticks

Party cakes

  • Fairytale princess cake – see the Betty Crocker video here 
  • Betty Crocker’s simple dreamy pink castle cake using ice-cream cones – see the recipe here
  • Easy Royal Princess Crown Cake – see Betty Crocker’s recipe here 

Party games

  • Dress up fun – fill a couple of small baskets with costume jewellery, small purses and children’s crowns
  • Use a glitzy large picture frame (find them at charity shops and car boots) as a great photobooth opportunity
  • Pin the gem on the crown party game – make a large crown using card and brown paper, then cut out coloured cardboard into various gem shapes, place blue-tack behind each one and let the guests decorate the crown

See all the photos and full guide on Betty Crocker here 

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