Princess Parties Manchester – Prices

Princess Parties Manchester - Prices and activities

Our princess birthday party prices are based on how long you want to book the princess for.

The first 30 minutes is £100 and then any additional half hour is £25.

If you would like more than 30 guests, then you will need a second entertainer (the second entertainer is 20% off)

What do we do at a kids princess birthday party?

Keeping kids entertained!

Your entertainer will host the entire Party for you! You do not need to supply anything for the entertainer as they should have everything they need with them.

We know that all kids are different, so upon meeting the kids, our entertainers will pick the best activities to keep them engaged for the duration of the booking. This means that if we have kids full of energy, our entertainers will most likely pick games with lots of movement and if they are quite calm, they may opt for more story telling based activities. 

Our professionals will make sure that everyone has a great time and gets the most out of the experience. 

Our entertainers will come with a knowledge of around 30 different games/activities and will have lots of different supplies on hand with them so that there is never a dull moment. Entertainers will also take into account the venue they are in to make the right choices.

A Princess Party Example (2h party)

Here is an example of what an Ice Queen Princess Party may look like. All parties will be adapted to the character chosen.


The first hour

The Royal Entrance!

The Ice Queen will walk in with Let it go Playing.

She will immediately find the Birthday Girl and make friends!

Singing and Dancing!

She will then either sing Let it go, or teach a routine to the birthday girl and her friends as singing and dancing are some favourite princess activities!

The Sleeping Princess Game!

One of our many games is the sleeping princess game where the kids try and find a tiara!

Pass the Parcel!

All our entertainers have reusable pass the parcels and prizes with them. We like to do pass the parcel with little challenges on every round to make it even more fun!

The Glass Slipper Princess Game!

Inspired by the tale of the missing shoe, kids will need to work out which is the magic shoe!
123 freeze!

If the kids are full of energy (if there’s enough space in the venue), we like to play 123 freeze where the kids have to reach the Ice Queen first or play Duck duck goose with a princess twist or play limbo!


Glitter tattoos!

Around half way through, usually during a snack break, our princess will go around offering glitter tattoos to all the guests! This is usually very popular with the kids, who can’t wait to show their parents. This is also a great moment for each child to have some one to one time with the princess and ask any questions they may have.


The second hour

Birthday Cake!

A great way to get the kids back together after they’ve had their snacks is to get the kids sitting down and ready to sing happy birthday. The cake will then be brought out and the princess will encourage the Birthday girl to make a magic wish before blowing out her candles in front of her family and friends.

Princess Musical Bumps!

The kids will be shown a selection of princess dance moves at the same time as playing musical bumps!

Have a bouncy Castle?

The princess will get the kids onto it and they will have fun trying to catch flying sweeties sent from a little catapult! (this can be played without the bouncy castle also)

Parachute Games!

Parachute Games are so much fun. Our entertainers know many and will pick age appropriate ones. If you have balloons, these work really well with parachute games!

The treasure Chest!

In this storytelling activity, the princess will share stories of the magical items she has in her treasure chest!

Pixie Dust magic wishes!

All the guests will get together to do a magic wish with the help of a little bit of Pixie Dust!

Princess etiquette!

Princesses and Princes will be shown how to curtsy and bow and will receive a certificate as a reward!

Princess Coronation!

Your Birthday Princess will be crowned in front of all of her friends who will curtsy before her

Photo Opportunities!

The princess will announce a time for photo opportunities so any of the guests and their parents can come forward to get a picture.

The princess will try and pick a nice backdrop, like a balloon arch and will show the kids a pose they can do with her to make the moment truly special!


Shorter party?

If you’ve booked a shorter party, then we will pick just the favourite activities. If you have some favourite activities, be sure to let your entertainer know so they can include them!

A Witchcraft and Wizardry Party Example (for a 2 h party)

First hour


Your entertainer will introduce themselves as an alumni and although there are “non magicals” around (the parents), they are here to give you a little bit of magic training before everyone gets their letters on their 11th birthday. They will organise a mini house cup.

The entertainer will have Wizarding music playing on their speaker

Sorting Hat!

The kids will get the sorting hat experience to split into 2 teams!

Wand Work and Spell Casting!

Your entertainer will teach the kids a selection of spells and wand movements

Wizards and Witches Duel!

Once trained up, a representative of each team will engage in a wizarding duel to gain points for their team!

Pass the parcel

A party favourite is pass the parcel, and we like to do this with little challenges

Find the wand!

In this game, kids must find the hidden wand 

Riding a Broomstick!

Kids will be shown how to ride a broomstick and practice doing so with a version of duck duck goose


With a version of musical bumps or Grandma’s footsteps, the entertainer will cast their stupify spell to get everyone to freeze until we have a winner!


Glitter Tattoos!

Glitter tattoos are usually offered to each child during their food break (if they have one)


Second hour

Happy Birthday and Cake!

This is a nice moment to get a kids all together to sing happy birthday

Have a bouncy castle?

We like to play Seeker training on it, where kids on the castle must try and catch flying sweets coming from a little catapult (can be played without the castle but must be in a large space)

Moaning Myrtle or the Whomping Willow Or get to the Port key!

Some of our most dynamic games! Moaning myrtle involves one child blind folded trying to catch other kids “moaning”. This requires a large space. Whomping Willow is a twist on limbo. The port key game involves 2 teams going head to head to get to the port key first.

Quidditch practice relay!

In this relay, kids will get further broom practice, but also learn some Quidditch skills such as aiming, catching and throwing

Camping with Death Eaters!

This is a parachute game where everyone progressively becomes a Death Eater! This usually results in lots of giggles!

Quiz and certificates!

We like to get the teams head to head again with a Quiz. At the end of the quiz, if the kids can remember the spells they learnt, they will be given certificates!

Photo Opportunities!

Kids will be able to pose with their entertainer, holding wands or brooms!

Check out some videos and photos of some of our activities:

Princess Training



Pass the rose / or pass the parcel

Parachute Games

Princess Certificates



Pixie dust MAgic wishes

Princess musical bumps

Catapulting sweets


Sleeping Princess Game

Broom FLying training


The Princess treasure chest

We do parties in Manchester, liverpool and cheshire

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