The woodland fairy banner was probably my favorite thing to make for the party. I found some pixie images online, printed them and then cut them out. ( I don’t have a Silhouette machine but I’m sure this project would be much easier if I did!) I then placed the woodland images on the banner, painted the banner pieces pink, let dry and then removed the images so the woodland silhouette was left behind. I paired the banner with this sweet felt leaf garland to give it even more of a whimsical woodland feel.
Here are the woodland images in use again but this time I used them on mini favor jars. I used a bit of pink polka dot fabric to attach to the top of the jars with bakers twine. The jars were filled with yummy taffy in happy spring colors.
What is spring without a beautiful maypole? The fairies twirled and danced around the maypole and loved every minute of it. My amazing friend made this by spray painting an old umbrella stand, adding a pvc pipe to the stand and attaching a flower bouquet to the top. It was gorgeous!
I loved seeing the creativity shine through each girl as they created her own gardens. So fun to see how they all created something different!
- birch and straws, tissue confetti, mini boxes, fruit and nut cups, mini wood spoons, mini glassine bags pennant banner, mini pink clothespins – Eve’s Party Market
- short jars
- fairy dust bottle charms
- tea cup planters
- mason jars
- woodland cookies – Baby Gabey Cookies
- fairy garden accessories and tiny blue tea set –FireDance Pottery
- felt leaf garland- Mint Envy
- fairy silhouette images The Graphics Fairy
Unbelievable! This party is just too good to be real!
Jodie and Jen says
Isn’t it amazing!!
Love it! I want to do similar for my daughter this summer. Can we please get a tutorial on the wings? thank you!!!
The wings are available on Etsy. He shop is called SpinningLilyBoutique!
Oh Rachel! So many LAYERS of creativity! One surprise after another! You are my hero and all the lil girls too!!!!!