Friday 15 December 2017
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Planning A Little Girl’s Princess Birthday Party

When your daughter was born you immediately began calling her your little princess.  And now she’s getting older and she wants to have a princess party for her birthday. That’s not a bad idea, after all, since this can be an imaginative and magical way to spend the day.

A Right Choice Children’s Entertainment princess birthday party can be just the thing for a little girl who still lives with the whimsy of childhood but is old enough to appreciate the detail that goes along with planning a party such as this.  

What kind of details?  


For one, you could call a specialty character company and have them send your daughter’s favorite princess to make an appearance at your party.  These include, of course, popular fairy tale and Disney characters as well as many others.  It could include the likes of:

  • Ariel from “The Little Mermaid”
  • Cinderella
  • Princess Elsa (or Princess Ana) from Disney’s “Frozen”
  • Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty”
  • RapunzelImage result for Planning A Little Girl's Princess Birthday Party

It could also include characters not commonly considered to be “princesses” but are still part of Disney royalty. This might also include:

  • Snow White
  • Tinker Bell
  • Alice from “Alice in Wonderland”


When the special guest arrives, she can lead the children guests through a bunch of activities related to being a princess.  A Princess party package is often, at least, a one-hour interactive experience for children between the ages of 2 and 10 and might include:

  • themed games
  • makeup
  • temporary tattoos or stickers
  • magic tricks
  • dancing and music
  • etiquette lessons
  • storytelling
  • gifts for the birthday girl (or boy)

It is important to consider, however, how many children will attend this event and how large the space will be. Some of these activities can require larger amounts of space—especially if all the children are participating simultaneously—so a large backyard, a gymnasium, or a church hall is all good ideas.  Also remember that some of these activities may require electronics (for playing music, as an example) so make sure the venue or location has quick and easy access to outlets (or be prepared with a generator, batteries, or an alternative).

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