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It's time for another party round-up! This time I put together some insanely adorable and clever food and treat ideas for a rockin' Disney princess party! These talented bloggers are sharing their best and most creative techniques for creating the most magical party this side of the palace, so please follow the links to the individual blogs and leave them all some love! Sometimes, we love to add spice to a party, squibbvicious.com has some ideas to make sure your party is going to be what we call a "celebration!".
Top the Cupcake has this awesome idea to create detailed dresses of each princess using a stencil and fondant! It would be a fun game to see how many your own little princesses can name!
Erica's Sweet Tooth shared her ideas for these insanely easy princess cupcakes using tinted frosting for the gown of each princess and finishing them with homemade toppers you can print at home!
The Pinning Mama shares her own take on the princess cupcakes using plastic figurines.
iVillage shared an article about the "dress cupcake cake" It's so easy and could be altered for any princess.
Hostess with the Mostess shared this neat idea for filling plastic "glass slippers" with candy for a fun way to display treats or as a party favor (just wrap them tightly in Saran wrap or cellophane for transport)
Pillsbury has this cute idea for using a pre-made pizza crust cut into crown shapes for individual princess pizzas! You could cut the cheese and pepperoni into jewel shapes and let the kids "decorate" their own pizza tiaras with toppings before baking. I love this idea!!
What Do I Know of Holy shared these adorable braided puff pastry rolls - Rapunzel's Braids!
I saw these adorable Rice Krispies treats apples on Gourmet Mom on the Go and thought they would be awesome to use as Snow White "poisoned" apples. They look so yummy, too!!
Flour Arrangements put together these fantastic rose cake pops using ice cream sugar cones for flower pots and crumbled chocolate cake for dirt! You could use these as a subtle nod to Beauty and the Beast!
24/7 Moms shared this cute idea for a take home party favor/treat - princess jewel Ring Pops in fancy little boxes!
Isn't this the cutest idea for incorporating a healthy snack? Little oranges and celery segments become Cinderella's pumpkins! Shared by Daily Rebecca.
Bring in a little Princess and the Frog magic with these sugar-dusted grapes from Hostess with the Mostess.
I had to include this one because the idea is just so creative - little Sleeping Beauty beds made out of breakfast pastries! Shared by Bubbly Nature Creations.
This is a super easy way to incorporate all of the princesses at once with themed dipped pretzel rods shared by Disney in the Desert.
These Rapunzel's Tower cupcakes will take a bit more craftiness but I had to include them because OMG, aren't they adorable?? Get a step-by-step tutorial from Bird On A Cake
It's totally okay to include several zero-effort treats like Ariel's Goldfish. Slap a themed label on a simple snack and boom, you've got yourself some princess food. This idea was shared by Our Happily Ever Afters - visit her blog for more princess party ideas!
And just how fun is this Sparkling Princess Popcorn by Frugal Foodie Mama?
Meringues are a tasty and lighter alternative to full on cookies, and these sparkly pink cotton candy meringues from Sprinkle Bakes are so dainty and girly, they'll fit right in to any princess shindig!
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