Throw a royal dance ball to sweep your little princess off her feet!
Palatial party place in a real ballroom in the heart of Manhattan.
Light-up tiaras, princess party makeup, a bejeweled throne, and “real” princesses to dance with— Positively enchanting!
Imagine: the moment she walks in she’s crowned Belle of the Ball with a bejeweled, light-up tiara. Her little eyes pop as she sees the palatial space— a real grown-up ballroom swimming with colored lights. This must have been how Cinderella felt when she first walked into the ball: a dream come true!
What makes a princess party?
We dress your little princess up (ballgown & boa? tiara & tutu?), do her hair and make-up, primp and fawn, and treat her royally at her grand photo session.
Ornate “You Are Invited to the Ball” invitations are imprinted with her highness’ photo, each adorned with multi-colored gem stones (or boys tatoos) for the recipient to wear when they come to the party.
An 8×10 glossy photograph of your birthday princess dancing in the disco lights is given to you as a keepsake along with your invitations order. (Photo from this session can also be used for a princess photo cake)
Nothing makes her feel more like a princess than being swept off her feet—literally. In planning the party we ask the birthday girl to tell us her favorite song; our dancers then arrange special choreography to her song with easy-to-learn steps that all can learn together.
To complete your sugar plum fairy’s fantasy, this special dance culminates with the birthday girl riding high on our dancers’ shoulders, in the center of a circle of friends and family and spun round and around beneath the disco lights.
A Throne of Her Own
What could offer a more perfect vantage point for blowing out birthday cake candles than her very own princess throne? We mark the birthday girl’s place at the head of the table with her majesty’s very own kid-sized throne.
Princess Party Makeup
Arriving in ballgowns, as the party invitations heralded, royal guests are now ready for makeup, and princess party makeup is rich in fairy dust, which means that everything is very, very sparkly. Get ready to turn into a princess: Bibbity-bobbity-boo!
There’s spray on hair glitter and rub-on skin sparkles, dazzle dust for eyes and glistening gels for lips, multi-colored gems for ears and rhinestone ‘tattoos’ for cheeks and temples— all of which looks stunning in the disco lights.
Princess Party Favor Packages
Many hosts choose to ornament their guests with crowns, scepters, and royal baubles. Your princess can “crown” each guest as they arrive at the party—presenting each boy with a cool gold hat and each girl with a light-up tiara.
Our party favor packages for both boys and girls and chock full of princess-themed gooied with items like glass slippers, gold coins, glittery star wands and big purple scepters. Even the bags themselves are beautifully presented; each is imprinted with the birthday child's name and a little royal rap poem. Make sure all your guests leave your Manhattan extravaganza beaming!
Among the host of choices are three-dimensional princess doll cakes (keep the doll, eat her cake skirt!) and three dimensional castle cakes. There’s also cakes with little royal rings embedded in each piece (eat carefully, surprise!) and princess photo cakes starring the birthday girl decked out as princess. (The entire top of this cake is a high-resolution, edible photograph; see invitations above for photo shoot details.)
What we love best are highly personal requests, such as when 6 year-old Julia asked us if she could be among her favorite princesses on her cake. With a full-body photo, we made a popsicle-sized version of Julia matching precisely the other princess dolls atop the cake.