This dreamy fairy birthday party is perfect for little ladies! Come learn how to make a dreamy party come to play in your own home!
First, I had the girls work on creating their own fairy scene with stickers as we were waiting for all of the girls to arrive at the party. I found these fairy stickers at the dollar store.
Fairy Birthday Party Dress Up And Play
Once all of the girls arrived, it was time to get dressed up as fairies! I had made each girl a tutu dress. Sarah has a tutorial on how to make these. The only difference was that instead of using a crocheted headband I just used a 1-inch piece of elastic. I only used two rolls of tulle for each dress. The dresses were a little see through. I made sure that the girls came wearing pink leotards. The girls also received fairy wings, a fairy wand, a flower ring, and a flower crown.
They are the cutest fairies that I have ever seen!!
Then it was time to let them play and just have fun being cute fairies!
Fairy Birthday Party Doll Making
Next, it was time to make some fairy dolls. I scored big time and found these cute fairy dolls at a garage sale for $1 each. The only problem was that because I didn’t purchase these online I didn’t read reviews which would have warned me about how hard these were to put together. I prepped the dolls a little before hand. I put on the hair, the fairy wand, and the shirt. I gave the girls the fairy wings and fairy skirt to decorate with glitter paint and flowers to glue on. After the paint dried, I glued on the fairy wings and skirt. The girls loved decorating their dolls, but just beware it is a little complicated.
More Fairy Birthday Party Activities
After the girls finished their dolls, I let them decide what they wanted to do next. I took them over to a pink blanket and let them choose between butterfly bubbles, a Fancy Nancy fairy dress up game, pin the fairy on the flower, a fairy puzzle, and a fairy book to read.
They first chose to blow butterfly bubbles. The bubbles were a last minute dollar store find. I’m so glad that I picked them up, because the girls loved them!
Next, they chose to play the Fancy Nancy fairy dress up game. They took turns spinning the wheel and getting to accessorize their paper fairy with stickers of a wand, wings, glasses, a crown, and a bow.
I just love all of the pink tulle!
The girls also played pin the fairy on the flower, although I forgot to take pictures. After games, it was time to eat!
We ate cake…
We also had some butterfly crackers and cheese cut out in the shape of butterflies along with some green grapes and some flower shaped candies.
Then we sang happy birthday to the cutest four year old!
Fairy Birthday Party Details
I’d love to share with you some of the details of the fairy birthday party! Like I mentioned before, I made the tutu dresses. Here is the tutorial again. The wings and wands were purchased at the dollar store. The flower crowns were purchased at JoAnn’s. They were floral rings that were meant to wrap around candles. They were a little small to just be placed on the girls heads. I just glued alligator clips to the bottom of the flower crowns so that they could be clipped into the girls hair.
I really scored with all of the decor. When I went to JoAnn’s to purchase the tulle for the dresses I noticed that all of their spring decor was on clearance for 70% off. Almost everything you see was purchased for around $1, the flower crowns, the birds nests, the flowers around the cups, and the flowers for the cake.
The cake and cupcakes were from Nothing Bundt Cakes. Decorating cakes is not a talent that I have. I leave that to others. The faires and the number 4 sparkler were also from Nothing Bundt Cakes.
Thanks for taking a look at my daughter’s fairy birthday party! I hope it gives you a few ideas for when you throw your very own fairy party!
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