Kiki is a little girl that lives in a semi-detached house in Bath. She is 3 but whenever she is asked how old she is she will always say 5. Kiki likes everything pink, from her shoes to her hair-bows and whenever she is asked what her name is she would say Kiki Princess.
I’m sure all little girls would love a princess party, dancing around in fluffy tutu’s, waving their wands and casting spells, possibly trying to turn their older brothers into frogs. Kiki has spent the day with us in the office, we have given Kiki the task of choosing her most favourite princess products that she would like… so here goes with a few wise words on what she says…
1. Mini Princess Cupcake Cases
What’s a party without cake? What’s a princess party without princess cakes? Even the adults will secretly love these very cute princess cupcake cases, they are small so not too many calories can be filled into them. There are so many recipes online to make them fruity, sweet and pretty just making them will be fun with the children. Kiki says these will be good for nanny, as mummy doesn’t make cakes.
There’s plenty of variety available. If your little princess loves pink, then you can easily find a cup cake recipe that includes pink icing. Add some wings to your cupcakes to really make them fly off the table!
Cupcakes are essential party food to keep little girls fuelled for the fun. Just don’t let them have too many or they’ll run you ragged.
2. Royal Princess Fancy Dress Costume
The next essential item on the shopping list for any princess party is the outfit. A princess needs to look the part. To ensure your little princess is as happy as Royalty can be, it’s essential that you buy an outfit that’ll make them look special and won’t fall apart the first time they wear it.
This Royal Princess fancy dress costume is very pretty with lace and bows and a very cute look. Match it with one of our tiaras and a wand to really finish the look. It’s so good, we’ve just lost one out of the warehouse it is going home with Kiki who wants to wear it to bed.
3. Disney Princess Sparkle Punch Balls
Every princess party needs a little something to keep the girls entertained. Party games, party favours, music and dancing – but a princess needs something extra special.
Punch balls are always quite literally a hit at any time of the day, always have a rule when the kids use these, not to hit each other, walls and floors are fine just not each other! These are pink, princess themed and sparkle even the boys will want to use. The response from our office princess… ‘These are awesome!’ (she clearly watches too much television).
4. Garden Fairy Tableware
Decorating your party venue will make little girls feel like the princesses they deserve to be. Banners, balloons, bunting and confetti are all great ways to add to the appeal of your party. But even the smallest addition can make all the difference.
And that’s where princess themed tableware comes in. The pictures on the website do not give this range enough justice; extremely pretty tableware range with 2 fairies dancing in the meadow. The range includes all the tableware, plus colouring books, cello bags, invitations, thank you cards, photo banner, hanging decorations and even balloons. All perfect to combine for a great pink princess party. We have given the colouring books to Kiki to paint as she seems to be getting a little bored now.
Whether your party is inside the house or outside in the sun, all these little party items can really add to the princess theme. Everything down to the hot pink cutlery and tiny fair cups will help little girls get lost in magic of your princess party.
5. Princess Sparkle Mini Tiaras
You can’t have a princess party without the tiaras, we have all been just instructed to wear them from a 3 year old, and we are actually doing as we are told. They look great with the fancy dress costumes or even with just jeans and t-shirts they may also become part of daily life and I quote ‘where is my tiara I need it for playgroup?’
Our little princess tiaras are Disney themed and come in packs of 4 – so it’s easy to ensure every little girl is a precious princess and has a thoroughly enjoyable day.
So these are our top 5 party ideas for little girls demanding a princess party according to Kiki.
After nearly losing Kiki in the warehouse a few times, lots of trips to the biscuit tin, rainbow drops being pressed into the carpets, we now have a little girl falling asleep on us, it wouldn’t be right finishing this article without showing you a picture of her. One of the hottest days of the year so far (few weeks ago!) and she wanted to wear her boots!