Tinkerbell has joined her fairy friends at this fun birthday party for a cute little girl!
I tried to make this a pint sized woodland wonderland full of yummy treats and fun party favors. I started by using a brown entry table that we had in our front room. This makes the party more accessible for pint sized fingers.
I added the name banner and a ribbon banner that we made HERE to the front and back of the table.
I ran with our Tinkerbell graphics and had her join almost every aspect of our table.
I wrapped water bottle labels around small bottles of pink punch to make Fairy Punch.
I placed these within little hands reach along the front of the table, three on each side.
In front of the water bottles are Chocolate Covered Oreos in a daisy shape. The daisy oreos are white with pink and purple centers.
Each daisy is tied up in a bag for the little girl to take home and has a Tinkerbell tag that says "Thank you for sharing my day."
On the very left side of the table is a "Wood Tree" to keep with the woodland theme. I found this tree branch in my backyard and stuck it in a white vase. On the tree limbs I hung the ribbon crowns that I made HERE.
Next to the tree and behind the Fairy Juice, are some Flower Brownie Pops that "The Daredevil" (my 10 year old son) helped me make. These are made in a special pan and we just piped pink and purple chocolate in the shape of flowers on each brownie.
In the very center of the table inside a matching white vase, I placed the Ribbon Wands from A Girl and Her Needle. These are now right in the reach of our little fairy princesses and they can play to their heart's content with these beautiful wands during and after our fairy party.
Don't forget that you can enter to win one of these beautiful wands! Go HERE to enter by next Wednesday!
To the right of the wands, I placed the Chocolate Covered Popcorn that I made HERE inside our Tinkerbell Candy Cone favor cups.
And on the far right of the table, I have the Woodland Cupcake Stand that I made HERE.
The cupcake stand has Pink and Purple Mushroom cupcakes. To make these, I simply frosted a regular cupcake in pink and purple died vanilla frosting. Then I added black M&Ms upside down in a random pattern over the cupcake.
To give a little break from the sweets of the day, I made Strawberry flowers too. The flowers are strawberries cut into thin strips and placed on a toothpick. The toothpicks are stuck inside grapes inside our polka dot cupcake liners.
I think it will be a sweet party for a sweet little girl that she and her fairy friends will enjoy!