If there is one day a year you can demand to be treated like a princess it has to be your birthday, and what better princesses are there to base your day around than the ones from the pages of a Disney classic.
With so many beautiful dresses and handsome leading men to pick from, choosing a Disney princess party theme could be a tough decision.
Luckily we’ve come to your rescue, just like your very own Prince Charming, compiling a list of fascinating facts to make your Disney princess party theme choice a simpler one.
Princess Elsa may be the new girl on the block, but with so many children still hooked on this ice-filled modern classic a Frozen Disney princess party theme is still the hot favourite for 2016.
As of April 11, 2014, Frozen became both the highest grossing animated and highest grossing musical film of all time, taking an impressive worldwide box office gross of $1.097 billion.
If you are looking to do something a little different when choosing your Disney princess party theme, then an underwater wonderland based on the 1989 blockbuster The Little Mermaid is the way to go.
The star of the show, Princess Ariel, is famous for her bright red hair. Did you know that this colour was chosen partly as the vibrant red complemented her green mermaid fin, but also because Daryl Hannah had just played a blonde mermaid in the very popular “Splash.” and Disney wanted to make their character different to hers.
While Snow White was the first princess brought to life by the Disney studios, Cinderella is arguably the most famous, and still a popular party theme worldwide.
Walt Disney even once said that the transformation scene in Cinderella, where her dress changes from rags to a ball gown, was one of his favorite pieces of animation his studio had ever created
For something a little less traditional when choosing a Disney princess party theme you have the beauty that is Pocahontas.
Why not fill your garden with teepees and have a dream-catcher making craft table set up for the children to celebrate Pocahontas; the only princess based on a real-life person.
Ask any girl why they want to be a princess and most will tell you it’s for the outfits. Disney princesses are always treated to beautiful ball gowns, and none more so than Belle. That stunning yellow creation is one in a million.
Belle isn’t just famous for her dress though, its said that Disney wanted her to be a feminist icon and that her fearlessness and love of reading were inspired by American actress Katharine Hepburn's portrayal of Jo March in the 1933 film adaptation of Little Women.
We all know that every princess deserves a cake fit for a queen, and that this cake will be the centerpiece each Disney princess party theme will be build around.
No matter if you want 3D Belle or a Tiered Princess Castle we have the cake for you – and if your little princess in training has a cake idea of her very own then our personalised cake advisors can help you with that too.