Introduction and Party Invitations
Are you ready to spin a whimsical personal fairy tale for your child’s next birthday? Find inspiration for planning a perfect ending party sure to please your little princess.
Overwhelmingly, this is a party that a little girl will want. However, you may find that you must invite boys to this party as well. If so, include the boys by making them knights in shining armor and have them make swords and crowns, have a fencing match, etc. It’s an easy way to be inclusive of the boys.
If you hand-deliver your royal invitations, create a Crown Cookie Wand and attach your party details to the cookie’s stick.
Purchase a crown cookie cutter. Make up a batch of your favorite sugar cookies and use the cookie cutter to make crown shapes. Before baking your cookies, poke sticks into them. Ice the crown cookies with pink, white, and purple frosting. Wrap them in pink cellophane.
Use the same cookie cutter to create crown invitations using pink, purple, and white paper. Write the royal details on your invitation and hole-punch the crowns. Thread a pink or purple satin ribbon through the invitation and tie around the pink cellophane wrapping. This is a perfect royal princess invitation to hand-deliver to your guests.
Alternatively, if you are mailing your invitations, use your cookie cutter and cut out the royal invitations, write your party details on the card, and send in the mail without the cookie.
An Invitation Note: Ask your guests to wear their fancy clothes to the royal party!