All the King's Daughters
Women's Ministry Theme
Posted June 8, 2011
This is a princess type theme that stems from the fact that we are royalty in Christ.
Theme Verse Suggestions
The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God: And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ... Romans 8:16,17
Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God... 1 John 3:1
Off to Work We Go! (7 Dwarfs)
More Devotionals by Julia
Lessons on Royalty: Bible Study Worksheets revolving around the topic of our Christian Royalty. Available in the CLM Resource Shop.
Alternative Theme Titles
All the King's Daugthers
Daughters of a Heavenly King
Daughters of the King
Pampered Princess (make a spa night of it)
A Little Princess
Once Upon A Time
A Royal Tea
A Princess Tea
Princess Power (powerful through Christ)
Princess Warriors (prayer warriors, warriors on the homefront)
Color: Dark blue or dark purple highlighted with gold; pink if you want to go the 'girly princess' route; rich colors---amethyst, emerald, sapphire, and gold.
Bring out the gold or silver! Candlesticks, trays, vases.
Lots of candles.
Crowns --I've spray painted the ones from Burger King before, added lots of embellishments and fake gems and you would never know they started out as Burger King crowns.
Small white lights on plants and greenery.
Table top candelabras
Use gold or silver paper doilies under places, centerpieces, or candles.
Put glittery star shaped wands into floral arrangements.
Check the party supplies in your dollar stores. Sometimes they have some princess themes so you might find some tiaras or other things to decorate with.
Use coloring Pages to use as patterns and guides for decorations, murals and backdrops
The Princess and the Worry Peas by Julia
Written especially for a Princess Theme.
It is about a woman who loses sleep over all the worries in her life.
Each thing manifests its way under her matress in different forms to disrupt her sleep.
If you could "rule" the world, what would be the first thing you would do?
You could make up a fun royal robe. Use fabric, a plastic tablecloth (or whatever you can come up with). Add some furry or boa type trim to the neckline.
Pick a few people to come up, put on the robe, and make their royal "decree".
Be sure to have a crown for them to wear and be sure to get photos.
I'm So Happy in the Service of the King (Ackley)
I Belong to the King (Reed)
Twinkle Dust Tag
Add to individual water flavor packets, bath salts, glitter lip gloss containers, sparkly hand creams.
Sometimes you can find novelty type ink pens that have water and glitter inside.
For younger girls (or a crafty group), small containers of glitter or glitter glue pens.
Add the tags to anything powdery, sparkly, glittery, or shimmery!
See my blog for creative favor ideas.
Anything that's pampering such as fluffy slippers, bath items, eye masks, etc.
Gift certificate for a manicure
Basket of pamper items, such as bath salts, bath sponges, nail polishes, etc.
Just for Fun
If your invitations will be handed out in person, do them up as scrolls and roll up and tie with ribbon.
Herald any Announcements
Have someone do the "Hear Ye" , "Hear Ye" for getting started and annoucememts, reading off of a scroll.
Make up a throne for a photo opportunity.
Use a large chair with a high back.
Drape with velvet type fabric.
Have a "robe" and crown on hand.
Announce your Guests:
Announce your guests names as they arrive. (first and last name) If you have a man on hand with a deep voice, that might be nice, but if not have one of your ladies use a microphone.
As each one arrives, announce their names such as at a royal ball.
Make Hats to Wear:
If you are having a Royal Tea, have your ladies make up hats to wear. The more outlandish, the better. Give prizes for the silliest, wildest, biggest, etc.
Allow them to start with a base, such as a straw hat, ball cap, sun visor, or any type of hat to get started. Suggest they add feathers, gems, etc.
Food and Serving
Tea for a Royal Tea
Copyright ©2011 Julia Bettencourt
Any Scripture quoted is in the King James Version.