The Little Mermaid Party Poster & Labels ~ Free Printable

When planning my daughter’s under-the-sea The Little Mermaid party, I wanted to include hints of Ariel. But I didn’t really want it to be a cartoon. I wanted to create some elegance to the party for her favorite princess. Labels

Little Mermaid Birthday Party decorations

Inspired by the silhouette of Alice I used for a previous Mad Hatter Tea Party, I created imagery of The Little Mermaid based on a silhouette. In keeping with the party colors of blue and purple, I created a poster and matching labels for the food display. 

Little Mermaid Birthday Printables

When I found glitter scrapbook paper on sale, it became the perfect matt for the poster and labels. If you don’t have the glitter paper, the poster is still pretty in a frame.

Download The Little Mermaid Ariel Poster here.

For the labels I named each of my foods (under the sea food ideas here). I also used ones that said, “Thanks for Splashing” on the goodie bags and on the tables. However, I left the labels blank for you to enjoy so you can do whatever you want with them — names for place cards or anything else you can dream. 

Hint – you can use PicMonkey for free to add in text yourself. 

Download The Little Mermaid Ariel Labels here.

Little Mermaid Printable Labels

If you are planning a birthday party, check out more pictures from our The Little Mermaid birthday party for inspiration and my DIY mermaid tail tutorial.

These printables are being shared free of charge, please do not attempt to sell them. Bloggers, if you wish to link to the printables please link to this page not the printables themselves. Thank you.

Little Mermaid Poster Labels Free Printables

Having a The Little Mermaid party? Get more inspiration from my other party posts:

32 thoughts on “The Little Mermaid Party Poster & Labels ~ Free Printable”

  1. Thank you so much for all the printables & instructions! I am throwing a LM party for my little girl and really appreciate all the help! 🙂

      • You can download any of the printables listed in the post by clicking on the links where it says to download. That will open the image in a new window. Right click on the image to save it to your computer. Once it is saved to your computer, you can print as many as you need. Yes, they are free to download.

  2. Thank you! My little girl’s birthday party is next weekend and all your ideas along with mine will be incorporated into her party!! I appreciate all the awesomeness on your end 🙂

  3. Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful printable with all of us, I was able to use them for my little nice 5th, pics to be post soon on my page, hope to see you there (ADAL Kreation)

  4. Thank you so much for the free printables, I plan to share on my website and facebook if you don’t mind it. My little girl is having a Little Mermaid party in Jan. I’ve been planning for all year and these are perfect for it. With the Little Debbie star fish, sea shell brownies and coral cakes (I bought months ago just for this) and these the table will look awesome and won’t be a week worth of work for me. I only have exactly a week after Christmas to put this all together while cleaning up all the Christmas decorations too. Going to be busy for sure! Thanks again!

    • Oh boy, an early Jan birthday would be hard to plan for!!! Yes, please feel free to share the printables, I just ask that you link to the post not just the printable download. But I love when other bloggers share. Best of luck with your little girl’s birthday party, and I can’t wait to see how it all turns out!

      • Thank you! An early Jan party is hard, I’ve certainly learned from my past mistakes over the last 8 years.
        I will link to the post like you ask. Working on these this weekend and I can’t wait. I’ll try to remember to share how it turned out after the party.
        Thank you!

  5. Hi, I told you I would share with you the Little Mermaid party I threw for my girl. I’ve shared your site on facebook tonight. Tomorrow I’ll be updating my website with pics and info. Party turned out beautiful with help using the free printable. Thank you again for offering them to the public for free. It was a great help and looked awesome next to my girls underwater pics from this last summer.
    If this allows you and other people to see this you can view the party with your printable at

    • Hi Karen – Thanks so much for sharing! The party looks great. I love the pictures of your daughter underwater, what a cute idea.

    • To insert text, download the labels and save them to your computer. Then upload the file to (a free image editing web app). In PicMonkey, you can easily add text and save them to you computer. (You can also use Photoshop, but PicMonkey is free!)

  6. Hi! I am having trouble getting the Ariel labels to print where the label is bigger? Is there any way you could email the label in a slightly bigger format? Maybe where there are 9 labels to a page instead of 15?

    • Sorry, the labels only come in one size. Be sure you are saving the file to your computer and printing the file, not printing the page that opens. The 15 labels should fill the page.

    • When you click on the link, the image will open in another window. Save that image to your computer (right click, save). Once it is saved to your desktop, you will be able to print it like any other file and it will be a full page. Have a great party!


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