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Brave Party

Posted by on Aug. 21, 2012 at 2:09 AM
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My DD wants a Brave party. Anyone have one before? They have such a limited party supplies out in the store. Nothing unique or out of the ordinary.

I still need food ideas, centerpeices, and games.

by on Aug. 21, 2012 at 2:09 AM
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Planning & Invitations

What Do I Need For a Brave Party?

In addition to basic Brave party supplies, like plates, cups, napkins, and decorations, you may want to consider purchasing, borrowing or renting the following items for your Disney Brave party:

Brave Party Invitation Ideas

Pressed for time but still want a personalized touch? Try our Brave invitations, which can be printed to include your child's name and all of the party details!

For a unique touch, you can make your own Brave party invitations. This can be a fun activity to get you and your child excited for your Brave party! Here are some Brave invitation ideas for your upcoming Brave party:
  • Attach a card-style invitation to a personalized Brave favor such as a bag tag or zipper pull.

  • Include Brave stickers or Brave tattoos with your invitations. Seal the envelopes with a personalized Brave sticker printed with your party information or special message.
  • Create a card-style invitation using Celtic knot designs on a green background. Write your party details in a gold, flowing script.

  • Take a picture of your child shooting a toy bow and arrow and upload the image to your computer. Use photo software to add the message, "Aiming to have you at my Brave party!" Write your party details on the back of the invite.

  • Let your guests know if you would like them to dress up like their favorite character from the Brave movie.

  • Use creative writing in your Brave Invitations. Use the invitation wording below for inspiration:

    We're throwing a Brave party and it's our aim
    To invite you to join us for cake and party games!
    We hope you're feeling adventurous
    For a party with a Brave princess!

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Decorating & Food Ideas

Brave Party Decoration Ideas Brave Party Supplies
The right decorations can make all the difference at your Disney Brave party! Whether you would like to use a Disney princess theme or opt for party decorations that embrace the Scottish setting of Brave, you'll find great Brave decoration ideas below:
  • Create a castle or rainy countryside using craft paper. Cut out the shapes of large boulders or the columns from Stonehenge from gray craft paper and hang it on the walls. You can also cut out a castle and hang it on the wall. Set your table to look like a medieval court!

  • Buy, rent or borrow archery targets to place around the party area. You can also cut circles out of craft paper to make your own decorations. Hang your craft paper targets on the wall or attach them to sand bags.

  • Hang Brave banners, posters, and stills from the Brave movie around your party area.

  • Group sets of green, gold and purple balloons around the party area. Include a few Brave balloons for a touch of fun in your Brave decorations!

Brave Party Food Ideas

In addition to pizza, chicken fingers, hamburgers or hotdogs, you can add some Brave themed food into the mix. Here are some suggestions.
  • Throw a medieval feast! Serve drinks in goblets.

  • Bake archery target sugar cookies! Start by making our sugar cookie recipe or buying refrigerated sugar cookie dough. Let the dough soften to room temperature and separate the dough into three parts. Mix red food coloring into one portion, blue to the second, and leave the third uncolored. Roll the red dough into a long log shape. Roll the blue dough flat with a rolling pin and wrap the blue dough around the red roll completely. Do the same with the uncolored dough to for the outermost layer. Cover with plastic wrap and chill for 2-3 hours until firm. Slice off 3/8 inch slices of the cookie log and position evenly on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake as directed and enjoy!

  • Serve some of the treats seen in the Brave movie. Scones, shortbread and jam, Scottish sweet buns, and Linzer Heart Cookies are some great examples. If you're planning on serving lunch or dinner, you can try traditional Scottish foods like Haggis (you can substitute regular sausage for this and call it Haggis), Mince and tatties (ground beef and mashed potatoes), and cider.

  • Bake bear claw cookies from chocolate cookie dough. Add almond slivers to make claws!

Party Favor Ideas

Brave Party Favors

Princess Merida is a strongheaded Disney princess who knows what she wants. Give your guests what they want with some of our great Brave favor ideas:
  • Teddy bears and stuffed animals.

  • Silly straws

  • Brave toys and dolls

  • Toy bow and arrows

To keep things easy, check out our complete Disney Princess favor sets or Brave favor sets.

Party Planning Toolbox

Use the links below to quickly find related theme party supplies, planning tips, printable checklists, and advice from our party planning experts!!

The Brave name and all related characters and elements are the property of Disney. This guide is not affiliated with or endorsed by Disney.

Games and Activities

Brave Target Toss

Shoot true like Princess Merida with our Disney Brave party game!

Hunt for Blue Wisps

Follow the blue wisps to your Disney Brave cake!

Brave Musical Bears

Play with the bears from Disney's Brave in our take on musical chairs!

Pin the Tail on Angus

Pin the tail on Angus in our Disney's Brave party game.

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