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This royal 4th birthday celebration for Olivia, by mom Kate Petronis of And Everything Sweet, is a colorful, ribbon-clad fairytale! There are so many creative Disney Princess Party Ideas for not just one, but for ALL of our favorite princesses- Belle, Tiana, Cinderella, Snow White and more!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Cinderella Slippers filled with candy, Wilted Rose Lollipops and Ariel’s Chocolate Sea Shells
  • An Incredible Castle Cake and Princess Cake Pops!
  • Princess Water decorated with printables, doilies and pink stripe straws
  • Princess gowns for each guest, frame decorating and a visit from Snow White!
  • Royal Party Favors: Jasmine’s Jewels and pink bubbles

snow white inspired apple cookies

beauty and the beast cake pops

princess water bottles

wand donuts

disney princess party dessert table

jasmine jewel party favors

cinderella slippers

princess sisters

princess gowns

chocolate shells

wilting rose

princess cake pops

princess party

princess candy

princess castle cake

gumpaste princess

princess crown party favors

bubbles

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Kate

When it came time to plan my sweet baby’s 4th birthday party there was no question what the theme was going to be.  She was adamant, PRINCESS!  The only question was, WHICH princess??  “All of them” she said, and then walked away. ;)

So I got to work planning and yesterday we celebrated with a Disney princess party.   Since she wanted all the princesses represented, there ended up being a lot more color than your typical “soft, all pink” elegant princess party.  It was very colorful, very cheerful, playful and bright which I love! My girl Amanda of Amanda’s Parties To Go created the most adorable princess collection to really bring this party to life.

Upon arrival, the guests were presented with dresses, shoes and jewelry to accessorize (and knight gear for the boys).  We did a couple crafts (make a princess frame and decorate a castle).   Snow White showed up to entertain the children and she was fabulous.  She did face painting, balloon animals, sang princess songs and did a magic show.  The children were amazed by her.  So sweet.

The desserts on the dessert table were a big hit with the kiddos.  We had chocolate covered oreos (for Snow White apples), chocolate shells (for Ariel), Hershey kisses (for Sleeping Beauty’s magic kiss), Sixlets in glass slippers (for Cinderella), lolipop roses (for Belle’s enchanted rose), etc.  I had sooo much fun coming up with ideas for each princess’s dessert.

This party was so much fun to create and then throw!  My little princess said it was “the best party ever”, which certainly makes all the work that went into it 100% WORTH IT!! :))

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