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We had a fairy tea party this year. Our theme is always polkadots and pink and green every year to keep expenses down. Then I just change key things to go with the theme each year. We had a craft, couple of games and then the tea party and then went outside for more fun!
The tea party
My child being so excited about a gift from a friend!
What People Ate
Kids had chicken tendeers, pizza bites, chips, baby carrots, cupcakes, cookies and cakepops. Adults had rosemarry chicken wraps, Chicken parmesan cressant roll sandwiches, chicken tenders, chips and pasta salad, with italian dressing, tom, feta and black olives and cake pop and chocolate covered strawberries.
What People Drank
lime aid, lemon aid, sweet iced tea and water
yellow cake cupcakes with butter cream icing, short bread cookies, and cake pops, made with butter cake, covered with white chocolate and pink sprinkles. Also chocolate covered strawberries and the Fairy cake with yellow cake and fondant icing.
Activities / Games
flower and ribbon fairy wand craft, fairy board game. Fairy dust hunt and flower petal muscial chairs.
This party cost $400, that includes the food, party favors, craft and costumes for friends, not the ones for the my girls. However, I have been using a lot of this stuff since their first birthday party. We stick with the same colors and change the theme and add to it each year. I am guessing that do all the decor the way I have it now would be around $800 and that is not with cake and food.
Fairy dust bottles with smarty candy ground to powder, fairy wands and flower petal head bands.