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My little Tinkerbell is 2! She loves tinkerbell and peter pan and as the theme neverland had so many options I couldn't wait to sink my teeth into planning it for her. She has a lot of friends, boys and girls so wanted a gender neutral theme.
I pulled in favours in getting logs and pallets to create the table and stools. Hope you like.
What People Ate
The children all had little lunch boxes containing sub sandwiches with olive port holes each side so it looked like a pirate boat. Cheese, celery, crisps, chocolate coin and raisins. The adults had hot dogs, salad and crisps and snacks.
What People Drank
Mainly water and juice as it was a kids party. A large jug of pimms was drunk mainly by myself!
Olivia's face when she saw her cake
When all the kids started dancing all by themselves.
Most Touching Moment
Olivia blew her candles out unprompted which i didn't know she could do!
There were so many fantastic outfits! every child made such an effort. There was literally every character!
We had a sweet buffet and cup cakes. Plus the most amazing Ice cream from our local gelateria.
Each child got a peter pan inspired bag with punch balloon, fairy door, sweets, tiara and wand (for girls) and Pirate toy (boys)
Activities / Games
Walk the plank with bubbles and an adult tried to scare them with the crocodile. We also played hook toss, and had a giant treasure hunt with a map painted on a bed sheet - which we used like a parachute first. And played following the leader. I filled the fire pit/table with soil and had the kids decorate a plant pot and plant a seed as a gift. We had decorate the pirate hat and a dress up box of fairy wings and pirate hats, patches, hooks etc.
£250 - we used a lot of items from previous parties and managed to get some free items such as the logs.