Princess Party Games

There are many princess party games to include at your princess birthday party that will make the day memorable for everyone. Having a princess birthday party is so much fun, but the little princesses need to do more than stand around and pose. 

A Parade: Ideas for the princess party games should take into consideration the age and interests of the girls. The youngest set would enjoy being in a parade, all dressed up, posing and waving to the crowd. Take their pictures, and print them as a party favor. Let them decorate frames to put their princess pictures in.

Pass the Royal Slipper: For young girls, avoid competitive games that are too competitive. Kids between the ages of three and four feel sad if they are "out" in games such as musical chairs. Pass the Royal Slipper is a good alternative. For this game, play music and have the girls pass around a high-heeled shoe. When the music stops, the princess holding the shoe gets a prize. Then, start again. When everyone has a prize, everyone wins. If the person holding the shoe when the music stops has already gotten a prize, she should quickly give the shoe to someone who hasn't won yet.

Pin the Kiss on the Prince: In this variation on the Pin the Tail on the Donkey game, give all players a set of construction paper lips with a piece of sticky tack or rolled tape on the back. Blindfold one player at a time, and give her a little spin. Point her in the direction of a poster of a prince on the wall. The blindfolded player tries to get her kiss onto the lips of the prince. When everyone has had a turn, the prince is covered with kisses. Variations include Pin the Heart on the Princess, Pin the Kiss on the Frog and Pin the Crown on the Princess.

Royal Ball Freeze Dance: Just like the Freeze Dance game, everyone dances in her princess costume to Disney Princess tunes. When the music stops, everyone freezes. Mix it up by having the princesses make a royal-looking pose when they freeze, like the Queen Elizabeth hand wave, and snap a few pictures to capture the moment.

Matching Slipper: Have everyone take off one shoe, and throw it into a pile in the middle. Divide the guests into two teams, and have them line up at opposite sides of the room with the pile in the middle. The first player in each line must hop on her bare or stocking foot to the middle of the room, find her other shoe, put it on and then run back to her line. She tags the next player who does the same. First team back with their shoes on wins a prize.

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