Princess Party

The best thing about themed parties is that your imagination is the limit. Themes don’t have to be restricted by trends or colours. You can personalise a function by a theme that means something to you – such as a Princess Party for your little princess!

Here are some ideas we’ve come across. They demonstrate how creative you can be and themed parties don’t have to break the bank balance. A few quirky ideas could leave a lasting impression.



At Epic Events, we believe in leaving lasting impressions and how better to do that than splashing out on the fanciest of decor! Scene-setters are cheap and easy to install, to instantly transform a room to a Princess’s banquet room! If you’d prefer an elegant finish then why not go for a sophisticated Princess Tea Party? If the children are too young to make the most of the party, a stylish function will leave your elder guests breathless. If the children are older, why not go for an animated Princess theme. You can buy almost life-size cartoon cut-outs – a great way to welcome guests!


Think of colour, elegance and style for your little princess. Why not have a sweet stand with personalised cupcakes – a great way to get the kids involved – homemade favours or food that is shaped into princess themes! The possibilities are endless!


Why not have a fancy-dress code for your little guests who could all dress as princes and princesses. Telling fairytale stories at the party or face-painting always gets the young ones going. A jumping castle is great if the sun’s out. Or even playing pass-the-parcel with princess-themed prizes! Getting one of the adults to dress-up as a fairy Godmother will work a treat!

These are just a few ideas for you to play around with. But you can always count on Epic Events to give you a fairytale party that will leave your guests starry-eyed!




About Raj Bilkhu

Raj Kaur Bilkhu is a journalist from Birmingham, UK.
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3 Responses to Princess Party

  1. Pingback: Party Time « Mutemockingbird's Blog

  2. Kara says:

    Can you please tell me where the banquet hall backdrop came from? Thanks!

    • Raj Bilkhu says:

      Hi Kara. Apologies for the delay. The backdrop is from a trade-only warehouse but I’m sure you can find something like this on ebay or a large party shop. Best of luck with your search!

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