Here are some princess party games ideas that are sure to thrill your royal subjects! These tried and true games are simple and fun.
Treasure Hunt (Included) – Princesses LOVE treasure! There are two different ways to play this game. You can hide the treasure all around your venue and have the children search for it. Or you can place a group of items, like all of the flowers, together in one area. Then you can give the princesses clues and have them work together to find all of the items. Don’t forget to hand out the loot bags before the treasure hunt starts.
Pin the Horn on the Unicorn (Included) – Write the kids initials on the front of each wand, and add a glue dot to the back. Have the kids’ line up. Blindfold one kid at a time and spin them around a few times and then point them in the general direction of the game. Whoever gets the wand closest to the unicorn’s horn gets the prize.
Pass the Poison Apple (Included) – Have all of the princesses sit in a circle and turn the music on. Have the girls pass the poison apple from one person to the next. Then turn off the music, and the person holding the apple is out of the game. Finish until there is only one princess left.
Apple Relay (Included) – This game is sure to delight your princesses! Break the girls into 2 teams. Have each team form a straight line. Have the girl in the front of the line put the apple under her chin, and pass the apple to the next princess. The first group of princesses to pass the apple to the end of the line wins!
Royal Freeze Dance Ball – Turn on your child’s favorite music and instruct the princesses to dance. Play the music for a while and then stop it and yell “Freeze!” Any girl who is still moving is out of the game. These kids can help monitor the other children. Whoever is the last Royal on the dance floor wins. Alternatively, you don’t have to have any winners or losers. You can still point out any child that is moving after you have yelled “Freeze,” but keep that child in the game.
Musical Thrones – Start with 1 chair less than the number of princesses you have at the party. Arrange the chairs facing outward in a circle. Have the princesses stand in a circle around the chairs and start the music. The girls should walk around the circle of chairs. Stop the music. When the music stops the kids will race to get chairs. Whoever doesn’t get a chair is out. Then take out one more chair, and start the process all over again. The last princess with a chair should get a prize.
Find the Princess Slipper – You can take any high heal or shoe and bedazzle it anyway you would like. Hide the princess slipper in a room. There are two ways that you can play this game. You can either give the girls a series of clues on how to find it. Or, you can all let them search for it at the same time.
Princess Says – This game is a lot like “Simon Says.” Pick one princess to lead the game. If the child’s name is Olivia, then the child should say, “Princess Olivia says move your wand from side to side” and then she should show everyone how. If she says, “move your wand from side to side” without saying “Princess” and her first name, and some of the kids make the motion, they are out of the game. Or you can just give each kid a turn being the lead “Princess”.