Friday, January 29, 2010

Enchanted Garden Fairy Tea Party

For my daughter's 6th birthday celebration last summer, I created an Enchanted Garden Fairy Tea Party for her and eleven of her closest little fairy friends. We were blessed with the most gorgeous Southern California weather, which made it perfect for me to set up her party amidst the gardens in our backyard. Everything turned out beautifully and I couldn't have been more happier with the outcome...my little sweetheart had the most enchanting time ever!

Here is a look at some of the party details...

The adorable invitation I designed for her. Brianna was thrilled that she was able to help pin the flowers on the invitations before they were delivered to her guests.

A cute little signage I picked up on my way out of HomeGoods one day. I was able to customize it and it looked adorable on our lawn!

My beautiful birthday girl wearing a custom tutu dress I designed and created for her.

Brianna's favorite color is pink, so I incorporated that color into the linens as well as the entire tablescape decor. I added pink feathered boas to the satin chair sashes to give it a little whimsical touch.

A close-up of the table decor. An assortment of silk gerber daisies, tulips and roses were combined with fairy statues, butterflies and birdies to create an enchanted garden setting. I also included an iron bird cage in the center of the table to add to the whimsy feel. A pink paper parasol was the perfect addition to complete the look!



Definitely the sweetest spot of the party =)

A garden birthday cake made with love for my little sweetheart! I decided at the last minute to try out my cake baking skills...to my delight, the cake turned out adorable! I was inspired by the scroll design on the cupcake stand...

My garden fairy cupcakes were a hit with Brianna's little fairy friends!

Chocolate dipped butterfly cookies sprinkled with fairy dust.


Pink fairy tutus, fairy wings and floral halos greeted each of the guests as they arrived to the party.


My birthday girl enjoying tea time with her fairy friends...




A custom menu for my little fairy guests.

Fairy Fruit Sticks



The little fairies had the most enchanting time working in the "Secret Garden" to create their very own beautiful fairy flowers...



Happy Birthday to my sweet princess!

9 comments:

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    blessings

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  2. Can't believe you only have 2 comments on here. This party is just beautiful! Wonderful job!

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  3. WOW! This is absolutely beautiful! My daughter is turning 5 and she would love a tea party. Wish I had the means to throw her a party like this. Her twin brother wants a pirate party, so I assume the tea party might be crashed by a few pirates next Saturday . . . :-) Thanks for the inspiring ideas.

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  4. I'm in the process of planning a garden fairy birthday party for my daughter's first birthday... thanks you for such fabulous inspiration!

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  5. Great job! A lot of work was put into the party..good Mom!!!

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  6. seriously its fantastic i m too thinking to do such stuff on my birthday

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  7. OMG! this is truly inspiring, well done.

    I cant wait for my daughters 3rd birthday to come up in 2 weeks time. She is having a pink Fairy Garden Party.

    This is so Beautiful. Thanx for sharing.

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