Games to Play at a Princess Party

Posted on January 24, 2018

A princess party is a magical birthday gift! Your little girl will be delighted beyond her wildest dreams when you throw her an enchanting day full of princess fun and games. Many classic party games can easily be given a magical princess twist for even more fun! These ideas for games to play at a princess party will keep all your little princesses happy, entertained, and feeling positively royal!

Pin the Kiss on the Frog is perfect for a Tiana-inspired party! Laura’s Crafty Life describes how easy it is to set up this princess spin on the classic Pin the Tail on the Donkey party game! Print out a picture of a frog and find some lip stickers for your guests to pin on the frog! This will be a fun, competitive game that will help the theme of your princess party come to life.

Another classic party game for kids is musical chairs, and a princess-ified version is Musical Tiaras! Instead of walking around a circle of chairs to music and sitting down when the music ends, have a circle of plastic tiaras that the kids will need to grab from. This is perfect for any princess theme, and it will be fun for everyone to hear their favorite princess movie soundtracks while racing to get their hands on a sparkly tiara!

For a Rapunzel or Tangled princess party, a game of Rapunzel is All Tangled Up via Events to Celebrate is a fun, unique princess party activity! Rapunzel’s signature ultra-long golden locks can be simulated by a roll of streamers, which makes for a fun party game. Have one guest spin around and have the others wrap them in Rapunzel’s hair.

Duck, Duck, Goose is a popular game for little ones! To give it some princess magic, replace the words with “Bippity, Boppity, Boo!” When someone taps a person’s head and says “Boo,” that’s the equivalent of “Goose,” and the child who gets tapped needs to catch the other one before they sit down.

Cinderella’s Lost Slipper is a fun and simple game for younger children. Take a pair of “glass slippers” (a spray painted high heel or a dress-up shoe) and hide one of them somewhere in your house or party space. Show the other shoe to the kids and tell them to find the matching one, which is Cinderella’s lost glass slipper! This can be made slightly more challenging by hiding other similar-style shoes throughout the house so that the kids really have to hunt for the correct one!

Another simple princess-inspired game is Pass the Magic Wand! This game is a fairytale version of Hot Potato. Replace the potato with a wand and have the kids pass it around the circle to music, like the soundtrack to your child’s favorite princess movie, and then whichever child is holding the wand when the music ends.

These princess party game ideas will bring your little princess and her friends hours of fun at her next birthday party! The enchantment will live on long past the party ends when they have memories of these exciting games to remember forever.