Planning a ladies retreat is a big job. Choose a princess theme to help narrow down your choices. Women deserve to be acknowledge for their strength and beauty. Use the princess theme to encourage ladies to be their best while letting them relax and be pampered.
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Warrior Princess Ideas
Encourage the women to fight the good fight as princesses. A woman's strength lies in her ability to see herself as the powerful influence she is. Center the retreat around a strong poem that talks about a woman's strength.
Another warrior princess idea is to have a boot camp-like approach, and conduct a sampler of workouts and makeover ideas for hair, make-up and wardrobe.
A Christian retreat could focus on being a prayer warrior. There are many books on the market that offer lessons on prayer that could be used as a guide for the retreat.
Decorate the ladies retreat with pink camo. Consider having pink camouflage shirts personalised with the names of your participants for sale. Bucket hats or camouflaged cargo trousers would also be appropriate apparel for a warrior princess theme.
Pamper Me Princess Ideas
A retreat with a spa-like focus is a relaxing way to incorporate the princess theme. Ask local beauty business owners if they would be interested in demonstrating their products at your retreat. Some companies encourage this sort of party approach and will do this as a complimentary service.
Decorate with soft light and draped fabrics. Use lots of pillows and comfortable seating arrangements.
Royal Tea Party Ideas
Tea parties weave together all the aspects of being treated like royalty. Have the retreat participants dress up in their finest for a royal high tea party. Invite husbands or teens to serve the princesses their tea and finger foods. Decorate with lots of lace and doilies. China cups and platters can often be found in thrift shops. Mismatched table settings have a shabby chic appeal.
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