Our little 3 year old had a magical day celebrating with friends at the weekend! For months she had been talking of nothing else but fairies and PINK, so a pink fairy extravaganza it was.
“Welcome to the enchanted garden!” There was pink tulle hanging between all the trees and bushes.
The first activity was to make a fairy wand and decorate it with sequins and glitter.
There were bubbles galore for dancing and flying in!
Then there were little ceramic
bird’s fairy houses to paint and decorate!
With plenty of pearlised acrylic paints and sparkly stickers! (Separate post to follow.)
This was the most fun activity of the day, requiring plenty of concentration!
Finished fairy houses hanging in the trees to dry.
The flowers and fairies sensory tub for the little ones to explore. They loved this!
A fairy pass-the-parcel!
Little Sis enjoyed herself almost as much as her big sister!
Here is Cakie clutching her prized fairy dust bottle.
There was a pink themed fairy feast with as much food and drink as possible being PINK!
With a fairy pink sweet shop, with foam shrimps, pink mushrooms, strawberry laces, marshmallows and heart shaped lollipops all in glass jam jars. Yum!
And a fairy garden cake covered in flowers and a little, plump, fairy on the top, with wings made from laminated glitter. Cakes are not my speciality but she was happy
And to end the day there were little pink party bags that Cakie decorated with stickers for her guests. They were filled with wooden fairy plaques to be decorated (for the older ones) and pink sparkly playdough for the little ones, as well as some sweet treats and fairy wand bubbles!
It was a wonderful day, made all the more special by the people who came. Cakie can’t stop talking about it and is apparently planning the next one already, this time a “hearts party”! I hope she has some real memories of this day in the future. More posts on some of the activities to follow!
With huge thanks to our good friends Jon and Katy, again, for taking such wonderful photos and allowing me to use them here!