Like it or not, princess-themed parties will always be “in” for little girls! The actual princess might change, but there are a few tried-and-true characters that stand the test of time. Once your princess is chosen, you might be wondering how to pull all the party elements together without EVERYTHING having to be branded with those pretty Princess faces! Well, the answer happens to be one of my favorite subjects: COLOR! (Read THIS blog post about creating a cohesive color scheme.)
You will save money and create a more cohesive party look by choosing a few key pieces to feature the chosen princess. Maybe you’ll choose a branded backdrop or large prop with the princess, for example. But things like plates and napkins don’t have to be branded; They just have to follow the color scheme.
If you need princess ideas, beyond the color scheme, you need the Digital Party Plan for Princess Parties.
Belle (Beauty & the Beast)
Belle has always been a favorite princess but with the new live-action movie out, you are probably already seeing a resurgence of Beauty & the Beast merchandise and party decor. She’s not going anywhere anytime soon! Of course, this color scheme includes a gorgeous golden-yellow reflective of her yellow ballgown. But, you can’t ignore Belle’s “village” dress, which adds a nice complement to the yellow. Cream makes a nice neutral background color, especially with the pop of red to signify the enchanted rose.
Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
Aqua and purple reflect Ariel’s beautiful iridescent mermaid tail. These colors pop against a sandy background color. And don’t forget to include pops of bright red to represent Ariel’s signature red hair.
Shades of purple represent Rapunzel’s dress. A golden shade of yellow represents both her hair color and the golden glow of the lanterns. We can’t forget Pascal, of course! The pop of green really stands out against the other colors in this palette.
Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
Various shades of pink are perfect for a Seeping Beauty party. This also makes it an easy party to decorate! I chose to use her alternative dress color, blue, but you can easily choose a yellow color to match Aurora’s hair color.
Tiana (Princess & the Frog)
Green represents both Tiana’s Mardi Gras gown and their frog personas. A creamy background provides a nice neutral for the shades of green and a pop of deep purple, to represent the festive Mardi Gras festival!
I hope this helps you put together an amazing princess party for your little princess! If there are other princesses you would like to see a color scheme put together for, please leave them in the comments!
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