Adler's 6th Woodland Fairy Birthday Party

Melissa B By Melissa B  in Birthday


Party Recap

Although this took some prep work ahead of time, it was a super inexpensive theme to work with, as it pulled in a lot of natural elements that I was able to utilize for free! I loved the earth tones and punches of red from the toadstools, but we were able to incorporate the girly pink and purple colors as well through fairy facepaint, tutus, wands, and wings. It was a lot of fun to plan for and I think the girls had a lot of fun as well! Next year~pool party!


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Toadstool cookies, chocolate cupcakes with bite-sized toadstool cookies, cake, and ice cream

  • Party Favors

    Each child wore and took home their own fairy wings, tutu, wand, and bag from the Granola Bar

  • Activities / Games

    We went on a fairy walk, looking in the trees/shrubs for tulle wings left behind from the fairies the night before, we also found a couple of fairy houses and other things like buttons, etc. they had left behind

  • Best Moment

    When we suprised our b-day girl with a fairy facepainter! She is a little artist herself, so she was very excited!

  • Budget


  • What People Ate

    The gnomes and fairies had Pixie Pb&J's, Reg. Chips (Chipmunk Chips), Hedgehogs (donut holes dipped in chocolate/rolled in Chocolate jimmies), Fairy berries, Toadstool Cheese (string cheese topped w/ a cherry tomatoe halves), Gnome walking sticks (choc. dipped pretzel rods w/ sprinkles)

  • What People Drank

    Pink Lemonade, water, etc.


Party Helpers



  • Kayla T

    Kayla T wrote:

    i LOVE this theme so taking it to the next level for my kiddos next year! awesome job!

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    Natalie B wrote:

    Your party turned out darling! Glad to be a part of it. Here's a link for the invite: Natalie from A Pretty Little Party

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