First she wanted a bike party, and then asked for a fairy party.
There’s somethings so magical about fairies. A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Peter Pan…
Mark and I inspired ourselves by staying up late decorating and watching Finding Neverland.
I love the greens and lavenders that come with this theme. We filled the house with “fairy” lights (white Christmas lights) and balloons hanging down with ribbon. We used store-bought Tinkerbell invitations, that also came with plates, napkins and a wonderful variety of goodies for treat bags!
These fairy crowns also came with the Tinkerbell favours. The children enjoyed making “fairy necklaces” as a welcome craft. For games we played freeze dance to the “Dance of the Sugar Plumb Fairies”. Later, the children found “fairy kisses” hidden throughout the house, which were made of Hersey’s chocolate. Fairly finger sandwiches would be great for lunch (we had hotdogs and veggiedogs. They are always a hit!) Megan opened her gifts and a “fairy cupcake cake” from Safeway was served for dessert.
This little guy wore mole skin on his ears for the cutest elf costume!
A wish and a sprinkle of “fairy dust” (glitter) was how we said good-bye to our guests.
I wish you so many magical moments.