8 Pretty Party Themes for Girls

Looking for a fun, girly birthday party theme for you little girl? Here are 8 sweet parties I rounded up….a few I’ve put together for my own daughter in the past and a few I discovered out on the web.  Enjoy!

  • Party Themes for Girls 1 of 10
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    Click through the gallery to view the party themes!

  • Strawberry Themed 2 of 10
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    Strawberries just remind me of summer....so why not plan an entire party theme around them? More at Bird's Party.

  • Rapunzel Themed 3 of 10
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    This tower cake is amazing....made the party planner herself.  You might have to find someone to help you with that part....but all the other decor can be DIY. Rapunzel / Tangled Party by Crumbs and Yums and featured in detail here as a Tangled Party. 

  • Donut Themed 4 of 10
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    How about a donut party? This was a Krispy Kreme party featuring pretty decor to make it just the right amount of girly. So much DIY in this party. You can view all the details at Lil Blue Boo.

  • Circus Themed 5 of 10
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    A circus party with all the trimmings.  Downloadable trimmings!  Download the printables for free here.

  • Unicorn Themed 6 of 10
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    A Unicorn Party theme....because who doesn't like unicorns? This party theme was designed by artist Jessica Swift.  It's featured at Lil Blue Boo.

  • Mermaid Themed 7 of 10
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    A sweet and pretty Mermaid Party. See all the details at Meghan Cavanaugh Photography.

  • Beauty Salon (and American Girl) Themed 8 of 10
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    Is your girl into American Girl? Check out this beauty salon party and the accompanying doll salon!  All the DIY details are at Lil Blue Boo.

  • Butterfly Themed 9 of 10
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    A beautiful butterfly theme set up with the most basic of supplies. View the decor featured at Lil Blue Boo.

  • More Girl Party Themes! 10 of 10
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    Looking for more ideas?  I put together a collection of 9 more ideas here!

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