DIY Party Ideas

Here is a twist to the quintessential ‘Princess’ theme party, inspired by the grand kings and beautiful queens of India.

Royal Party Invitation Wordings

Royal Party Invitation Wordings

In a land not so far away, Queen Sara is celebrating her 5th  birthday. Calling all queens and kings from across the land, to join her party and make her feel grand. Queen Sara’s Royal Birthday Soiree on Date & Time at Venue Address.

Royal Party Set-up

Create a Royal Throne for the royal guests to take pictures.
Suggestion for making the royal throne: Drape a chair with golden cloth (any chair with cushions and arms will work); Use a big piece of cardboard (stiff enough to stand) as the back of the throne - Cut one of the corners to make a nice point at the top, colour it with golden paint or stick golden paper, stick play jewels and stickers to decorate.

Royal Party Set-up
Royal Party Activities

Royal Party Activities

Give the young kings and queens a grand makeover. Set up styling stations. Dress the girls with tiaras and golden veil. Boys can drape silk turban and elaborate brooches.
Golden glitter nail paint and eye make-up adds to the look and glam quotient.
In ancient India it was a tradition for men and women both to wear jewels. Children can make their own bracelets or necklace with pearl and golden beads.
Create a photo booth with kingly mustache props, crowns, swords and shields.

Royal Party Favour

Create personalized Royal Seal. Get stamps made with each child’s name like ‘Queen Sara’ or ‘King Rishi’. Other gifts can include DIY crown making kits, bubble wands, knight swords.