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Princess Party Favors & Decor

Hello Blossomers!

Are you planning a royal ball for your pretty princess? Coming up with the perfect favors and decor can be frustrating, but we are here to help! Our site is a one-stop-shop to creating a pink palace fit for a Queen. Find all coordinating favors and decor with our Princess Party Collection or mix and match with our Mod Kid’s design collection. Check out our most popular favors and decor below.

Candy Wrapper Covers
Add some sweetness to your menu with your favorite candy bar! These personalized candy wrapper covers fit most 1.55 oz candy bars, so there is no fussing with foil, tape or glue.

Mini Mason Jars
Fill our reusable personalized mini mason jars with your favorite sweets or nuts. Add a princess, pink castle or tiara icon and choose any color to match your party for a real custom treat.

Water Bottle Labels
Dress up any plain water bottle with a personalized water bottle label, available in waterproof material, to keep all at your royal ball happy and hydrated!

Princes Party Decorations Starter Kit
Having trouble getting started? Take a look at our Princess Party Starter Kit filled with matching favors and decor. You’ll find party games, menu cards and much more in our Princess Party Collection that coordinate with the Starter Kit designs and will complete every detail of a birthday ball!

The Gunny Sack’s “Princess Putty”
For a fun and unique addition to your birthday ball, check out The Gunny Sack and their glittery DIY feature “Princess Putty”. This can double as a party activity and a favor for guests to take home!

Until next time,

Make Way for the Princesses!

Throwing a party for the little princess in your life?  Every fairytale has a little magic to it and you can add a bit of that to your child’s birthday party with the help of a:

Magic Wand!

mod kid's birthday candy tubes

 These fun favors are quick and easy.  Here’s what you need:

  • Candy Tubes (EB2300) Example shows: EB2300MDK in Strawberry Pink, Flower Lattice Pattern, and Princess Design
  • Strips of colored fabric approximately 10″ in length
  • Variety of pink ribbon cut into strips that are the same length as the fabric
  • Hot glue gun
  • *Optional: glitter

After acquiring all of my supplies, I gathered pieces of fabric and ribbon together into a little bunch.  You can make these as thick or as thin as you’d like (I like the look of a thicker bunch myself).  Then, I took one more piece of ribbon and tied the bunch together.  You want to tie them as close to the bottom as possible.  Using the hot glue gun, I glued the bottom of the bundle to one of the caps.  Simple as that — just add glitter!

These favors also make a fun activity.  You can lay out all the supplies (minus the hot glue gun — that job is probably best left to adults) and let the little princesses create their own wands!

If you haven’t noticed, I’m having a blast with our new favors.  Just take a look at last week’s twitter spree with the milk bottles.  I know, the product launch was last week, but that doesn’t mean we’re done celebrating!  I’ve got more candy tube ideas coming your way this week.

What will I do with these next???

Stay Tuned!