It’s hard to believe but my little girl turned 7 this week! We had a fun Fairy Garden birthday party last weekend to celebrate with her friends! Here are all of the fun decor and food details.
We welcomed friends to the party with this fun printable sign.
After they were sent this cute invitation that I printed at Costco Photo.
Summer finally arrived in the NW this month so it was quite warm out. We set up a tent over the kid’s table to keep them in the shade, and of course I had to make it pretty!
I made the pennant banners from fabric remnants, in the party colors, I found at Joann Fabrics. I love that fabric banners instantly make it a party!
I hung tulle from the inside of the tent and made a flower ball to hang from the middle.
The party table was dressed with flowers and flower placemats. The girls got to drink from fancy tea cups and a have lemonade poured from a gorgeous tea pot I found on Amazon. There was a coloring activity for the girls if they chose to.
The backdrop and food spread turned out gorgeous in my opinion. I had a lot of fun creating the colorful and whimsical backdrop for the printable happy birthday banner.
I layered a tulle rainbow over pink twinkle lights, then hung the printable Happy Birthday banner over. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out fairy silhouettes and 3D butterflies, scattering them around the backdrop. I’m pretty proud of this one and think its my best backdrop yet!
I made a cute O from a pegboard letter and faux flowers, fun decor that can be used later in the birthday girl’s room. This table held the favors, gifts and snacking essentials.
The favors were displayed on this fun tree with personalized name tags. I made each of the girls a crocheted pixie bag with a little surprise inside (you will see that in the next post).
The beverage corner housed yummy berry lemonade, ice tea, iced coffee and dressed up water bottles. Butterfly straws added some extra fun!
More yummy snacks!
For her birthday cake Miss O requested a jelly roll log cake – chocolate with raspberry filling, which I dressed up with fairies and edible butterflies!
The party space was full of color and fun! All of the printables in this post are now available in my shop – so your little one can have her own Fairy Garden Party! Thanks for checking it out and don’t forget the games and fun we had at Miss O’s Fairy Garden Birthday Party, click here to check it out!