Margaux’s “Of Fairy Tales and Princess” Themed Party – 1st Birthday

Princess Theme Party Ideas


Working with kiddie parties always give us the chance to encounter adorable celebration set-ups, which we all totally “LOVE” by the way. So we’re absolutely excited to see the outcome of our late night planning session with Daddy Jet and Mommy Trish! Every girl wants to be a princess, and we’re saying yes to some frilly fete fit for royalty. Thanks to the wonderful creative team of Styled by Deiz, her royal highness Margaux sure had a blast with the dreamy, pastel-filled party. All the whimsical fun and playful excitement were captured through the lens of Headhunters Photography.

You know how a good fairy tale starts with “Once upon a time…” and this one is no exception. The entrance to the chic princess soiree was through an ivy-covered pink gate near a wishing well – sort of like a gateway to something magical and royal.

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Look up and you’ll see the chicness in every Japanese lantern of white, pink and gold, and swirls of same hues, with flowers and ivy vines draping down. The entire classy décor lent a touch of whimsy, perfect for Margaux’s bash.

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Against a picturesque backdrop of pink, the stage is set for the adorable affair of celebrating the princess’ first birthday. With a pink-topped castle and horse-drawn carriage of similar hue, everything is pastel perfection for this fairytale fete!

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Of course, merry-making won’t be complete without feasting! Guests were seated around tables elegantly adorned with gilded candelabras, books, and flowers.

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Kids also get a taste of elegance since the long tables were embellished with faux golden candelabra and princess chairs.

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Didn’t we mention that you should stay for the cake? Goodness, the three-tiered confection made by Sweet Creations by Mums got us swooning over the dainty details and charming creativity. Set atop an open book, each layer of pink, white, and gold was a fairy tale in itself – truly tasteful and definitely divine, we must add!

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The dessert spread was already gorgeous by itself – a fancy nook of all things sugary! Tickle your taste buds and satisfy your sweet tooth with the colorful bevy of mallows, French macarons, sugar cookies, cupcakes, and cake pops – all too pretty and perfect for nibbling!

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What’s a princess-themed party without the Disney maidens? A dull one, we say! That’s why Belle, Anna, Elsa, Cinderella, Aurora sure dropped by to make merry with their fellow princess, Margaux.

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How about some magic tricks for the young at heart?

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And how about a few games for the true VIPs of the royal party? Mind you, we were eyeing the wonderful prizes up for grabs!

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In case they’ve got a hankering for a few bites, guests – young and old alike – were treated to some delightful food carts ala fair. Cotton candy, ice cream, lemonade, and snacks had everyone lining up for a taste or two.

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A true princess will never step out unmade, so here’s the reason a kiddie salon has been setup for the little ones to prettify them – with the stylists at their beck and call!

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Or perhaps a snap souvenir for attending such a fancy fete? The photowall was undoubtedly gorgeous with its huge handmade paper flowers in pastel shades that made us fall head over heels in love!


Guests were able to bring home some thoughtful tokens from Margaux’s merrymaking. These wooden carryalls were beautifully decorated with princess and knight, not to mention brimming with all good things to be enjoyed!


Or how about some personalized keychains from crafter Ant’s Pockets? These fuzzy felt creations of princess, knight, and unicorn were excellent party favors for the fun-loving guests.

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It looked like Margaux and her lovely parents had a grand time celebrating her first classy fete. Cheers to happily ever after!

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See the beautiful SDE here:

Vendors who made it happen:
Full planning and coordination: Party Doll Manila Events // Stylist: Styled by Deiz // Cake and desserts: Sweet Creations by Mums // Photo and video: Headhunters Photography // Personalized keychains: Ant’s Pockets // Host: Shahein Abraham // Entertainment: Lou Hilario and Madison Events

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