Inspiring princess birthday cakes for a royal princess party! Cute birthday cake ideas for a princess birthday party or the little princess in your life.
Royal Princess Birthday Cakes
With the royal wedding coverage everywhere, I am now hooked on princess parties! I’m happy to share these inspiring Princess Birthday Cakes for a Royal Princess Party! I love finding cute birthday cake ideas for a girl’s birthday or the princess in your life. Or maybe the cake is for YOU! We are all just grown up princesses right?
I adore Kate Middleton and now Meghan, Duchess of Sussex! After Kate and William’s wedding, I was inspired to add a beautiful brunette princess illustration called, “Princess Kate”, to my Princess Party Collection. Isn’t she cute? Now when all of your little girls start requesting princess parties, you’ll know where to find cute printable party supplies! My collection comes with a blonde and now brunette version. See more of the collection–> here.
Take a look at these amazing princess cakes! They will inspire you to host a princess party.
This beautiful princess cake by Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium would be the perfect cake for my princess party collection!
Another beautiful cake with a crown! This simple princess cake by Rosy Cakes is gorgeous.
I absolutely love all of the princess cakes by Couture Cakery! These royal cakes are beautiful.
A castle cake might be more your style. If so, this cake by Flutterby Bakery is too cute!
I Am Baker made the most beautiful royal cake! It’s almost too pretty to eat.
A Pink Ombre Ruffle Princess Cake with a Tiara can’t be beat!
photo by Alyce Holzberger
Learn how to make a Princess cake like this one below here. So pretty!
Love to make your own cupcakes? These sparkly jeweled cakes by Kristan at Confessions of a Cookbook Queen are fabulous.
This easy to make Princess Dress Pull Apart Cupcake Cake is adorable! See more amazing pull apart cakes here.
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Now are you ready for a princess party?
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Originally published on May 19, 2018. Last Updated on May 15, 2021 by Amy Locurto