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5 Birthday Party Ideas for Your Teenage Princess

Posted In Education - By Techtiplib on Monday, August 25th, 2014 With 1 Comment

Whether she’s 13 or 19, many teenage girls will still revel in the idea of being a princess. For some, it never goes away!If your daughter truly is a princess, why not throw her a party fit for a queen? Check out some of our favourite birthday party ideas for your teen princess:

Slumber Party

No matter what her age, no girl can resist a slumber party. This one is perfect for both your young teens, and your older teens. Throw in a princess theme, and your daughter’s slumber party will be the one to beat. Slumber parties are easy to organise for the most part, all you really need is enough mattresses, bedding and snacks to keep the girls happy – and you’ll find the night just slips away. A favourite, if you’re lucky enough to have a big living area is a princess movie-marathon with mini sandwiches, chocolate dipped strawberries, and a ton of icecream! The best thing about a princess slumber party? Everyone has to be in their pajamas by midnight sharp – we all know what happens otherwise! End the night with some hot cocoa and your little princesses will be dreaming of sugarplum fairies in no time.

Want some more slumber party tips? Here you go. 

Princess Night

Birthday Party IdeasA good idea for your 14-16 year old teenage girl is a princess themed night event. This way, you’re not aiming either too young or too old for your daughter’s party. If you’re stuck on birthday party ideas, one of my favourites is ice-skating: I never cease to feel like a princess! Take your daughter and a group of her friends out ice-skating, and then home for a girly beauty session of nails, hair and makeup. They’ll play around for hours and tire quickly after the skating. It’s a win for everyone!

If you’re planning a princess party and are running low on birthday party ideas you’d be silly to go past this party set by Spencers – a sash, tiara and necklace for the birthday girl!

Masquerade Party

If your daughter is a little older (17-19), chances are she isn’t playing with Barbie-dolls the way she once was. If this is the case, but she’s still a princess at heart, throw her a masquerade ball. With all the sophistication and glamour as a proper “grown-up” party, but still getting to feel like a princess, a masquerade is the perfect alternative for our older princesses.

For a fun activity, learn how to create your own masquerade masks.

Princess Cocktail Party

For an over 21 princess party look no further than the amazing Disney cocktails dreamt up by “Cocktails by Cody.” All your favourite princesses, and villains, have been made into a cocktail that fits their character. My favourites would be the “Fools Gold” and the “Mad Tea” – how good do they look? Of course, you can serve these to a younger crowd with a virgin twist! Every princess should have an equally pretty drink, after all.

Disney Princess Party

This one is in need of very little instruction – on the invite tell all your guests to come dressed as their favourite Disney princess (or prince!) Deck your living room out like a ballroom and let the festivities commence! My favourite Disney princess game would be the song challenge: the group is broken into teams, a song from a Disney movie is played, for example Under the Sea from the Little Mermaid, and the first team to raise their hand with both the title and the movie gets two points. If only one half of the answer is given it is one point. What better excuse to listen to all your old favourites anyway?

Which Princess party will your teen girl choose?

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  1. Pablo says:

    Nice ideas. Thank you very much.