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Tired of scrolling through Pinterest trying to plan the perfect party menu for your next big bash? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled our favorite princess-approved party food into a chic menu that princesses (and queens) will enjoy. Check out our expert tips on how to plan the perfect princess party here.

  1. Metallic Cake Pops

 

Trying to cut and serve a big party cake can be a NIGHTMARE. Save yourself the stress and opt for these gorgeous cake pops. Adorned in gold metallic icing and some fun sprinkles, these cake pops are the definition of chic.

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  1. Heart-Shaped Finger Sandwiches

 

Nothing says princess tea party like some adorable finger sandwiches. Finger sandwiches are so easy, all you have to do is make your sandwich and use a cookie cutter to get some fun shapes! You can make any kind of sandwich…PB&J, ham and cheese, tuna, chicken salad…the options are endless!

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  1. Pink White Chocolate-Covered Popcorn

 

If you’re a fellow popcorn lover like me, this stuff is to die for. The perfect sweet and salty mix and so cute to display. You can make it any color you want too.

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  1. Veggie Cups

 

Have trouble getting the kids to eat veggies? How can you resist these adorable veggie cups? They blend so nicely into the rest of the party snacks and even guests that aren’t big veggie fans will probably end up grabbing one.

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  1. Glazed Donuts

 

These are just drool-worthy.

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  1. Fresh Fruit Wands

 

Not all sweet treats have to be loaded with sugar and additives! Fruit is a fresh and satisfying sweet that partygoers can enjoy guilt-free! It’s always colorful which makes it a great addition to any party platter. It looks especially tasty put together on these spellbinding magic wands!

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  1. Marshmallow Ice Cream Cones

 

Ice cream cones are so smooth and aesthetically pleasing, and it’s such a shame that they’re so hard to display at parties! We’re pleased to report that the melting problem in solved. Instead of filling the cones with ice cream (yum), this pinterest find filled the ice cream cones with marshmallow creme instead! They even piped it through a frosting bag to give it that iconic swirl. So pretty!

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  1. Mini Pizza Hearts

 

Anyone who’s ever planned a kids party can tell you the struggle of trying to plan a menu for a bunch of picky eaters. Pizza, tried and true, seems to be a safe option for people of all ages which is why its become somewhat of a stable when it comes to parties and gatherings. Give your pizza party a glam up by putting your crust through a heart shaped cookie cutter to make some mini pizza hearts!

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  1. French Macarons

 

There’s nothing more chic than a party table with a plate of gorgeous french macarons. These cookies just emulate luxury, class, and of course, ROYALTY. Share them with the kids or keep them for the adult table, but if you’re planning the ultimate princess bash, these french macarons are a must! You can play around with flavors and colors to match your party’s theme and they will always look perfect.

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  1. Fairy Fizz Punch

 

Every perfect party menu needs a signature drink. Take this “Fairy Fizz Punch” for a test drive. This pretty pink drink combines sprite and pink lemonade for a refreshing taste that’s sweet enough for kids but doesn’t taste like syrup. For an adult option, you could even spike it with moscato or champagne!

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  1. Sparkling Dipped Strawberries

 

Chocolate Covered Strawberries have recently evolved into somewhat of an art form. Back in the day it was just strawberry and chocolate but look at these strawberries! They are perfection. Different shades of pink chocolate adorned with sprinkles, frosting, edible glitter, edible foil, coconut flakes…the possibilities are ENDLESS! Plus, strawberries are a fruit, so they’re totally healthy, right?

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  1. Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

 

Okay, pinwheels aren’t really princess related, but they do look great on the table next to all the other sweet treats. Pinwheels have so many variations and are real easy to put together. Simply throw all your sandwich ingredients into a tortilla, roll the tortilla, and slice into 1 ½ inch sections. The swirl effect are sure to impress your young ones or fit nicely into a chic food table to adults.

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  1. Rice Krispie Princess Pops

 

These princess wand-inspired rice krispie pops are just darling. The pink bow and gold glitter are so chic! Although they look too good to eat, they’re actually quite simple. Start with a plain rice krispie square and insert a cake pop stick. Dip in white or pink melted chocolate and then sprinkle some edible gold glitter on top. Tie it all up with a big pink bow and that’s all there is to it!

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  1. Marshmallow Ballerinas

 

It seems like all kiddos love marshmallows. Get creative and transform your plain old marshmallows into beautiful ballerinas using cupcake liner tutus! You can use strawberry marshmallows for a pink base or decorate some plain ones by dipping them in white chocolate and rolling in your favorite pink sprinkles! These adorable treats are easy to make and are sure to be a hit at the party!

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  1. Dipped Pretzel Rods

 

I love chocolate dipped pretzel rods for all kinds of parties because they are so easy and quite inexpensive. Just get a bag of pretzel rods, melt some chocolate, dip and decorate! Most places sell colored melting chocolate but if they don’t, you can just use food coloring to get whatever color you want! These pretty pink and white rods are drizzled with hot pink chocolate and sprinkled with…well, sprinkles.

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  1. Perfect Party Favors

 

To end the big bash, send your royal court home with some fun party favors to remember the special day! If you’ve ever been to a wedding you know most favors end up being forgotten or thrown away, so don’t feel like you need to go all out. Keep it simple with something sweet they can enjoy like jelly beans or candies. This idea incorporates some emptied out baby food jars with pink painted lids and a tiara to top! So cute!

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