I made this princess birthday party decor kit because I was frustrated with all the stuff they sell online for exorbitant prices. All the decor for a budget-friendly princess party can be done for less than $20. The best part is, you can reuse most of it for a princess theme bedroom.
I love making decorations by hand. This especially applies to kids related decor. I’ve made the tutorial and templates featured in this article free for everyone.
This set includes both printable and SVG templates.
This set of templates is available for free in my resource library:
DIY Floral Letter
Here is the tutorial for my paper flower letter centerpiece. I’ve optimized the paper flowers so they are super easy and fast to make.
Paper Castle Centerpiece
No princess party is complete without a castle. I’ve included the template for this cutout in the kit.
DIY Paper Princess Tiara
This might be the easiest tiara to make ever. So easy, you can make one for everyone at the party. I included a prince template as well for the boys at the princes party.
DIY Princess Wand
This one is so easy I feel a little silly writing instructions. You basically cut out the stars from the templates kit, get some ribbon of your choice and assemble everything on a stick. A disposable chopstick works great as well. I just happen to have this tube sitting around.
DIY Princess Banner
With the same templates used earlier, why not include a banner.
Recommendations for Materials for DIY Princess Decorations
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I like just getting 2 sets of paper to minimize costs and keep a consistent color scheme to the decor.
For metallic shimmer cardstock, I love using this assortment from Amazon.
For pinks, I love this assortment from Amazon.
That’s it, have fun!