Recently, I had a request to create a red and pink version of my purple Flower Fairy Birthday Party Kit. It was so fun and fresh to recreate my flower fairy crafts in red. Mom Christie of Ritzy Parties was going for a woodland forest look, using red, pink, white, brown and green. The effect was so charming, and lucky us — Christie sent us gorgeous photos of her party!
Charming woodland fairy birthday party in reds, pinks, and browns featured on The Party Teacher
Birthday girl Charlotte was turning three, so Christie started her party planning on Pinterest, then purchased a custom version of my Flower Fairy Party Kit. (Did you know I’m always happy to customize a kit for you? Need more of something? Don’t want an item? Need a special color? No problem!)

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My party kit also includes my Flower Fairy Party Plan, which Christie used to inspire other ideas and find great vendors. (Don’t you love these white doily planters from Ikea?)

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Little Miss Charlotte wore a white flower halo by Little Boo Creations, wings and a tutu — all are included in my party kit. The fairy guests wore red and light pink.

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Debra from Titi’s Tutus did not disappoint with her tulle pom wands — so cute, as usual!

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Here are the baker’s twine wrapped mason jars with daisy cut lids and striped straws that are included in my party kit.

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Dessert Table

This dessert table tulle skirt just takes my breath away!

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Mom Christie made the cupcakes with fondant toadstool toppers AND this stunning cake. Just look at all the labels with flower and butterflies PLUS the fairy doll topper. Wow.

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The dessert table included lots of treats made by Christie:

  • Babybel cheeses dotted with melted chocolate to look like ladybugs
  • Annie’s bunny cookies in snack cups
  • Fairy berries and strawberry wands
  • Acorn cookies are mini mills wafers, chocolate frosting, a Hershey kiss topped with a peanut butter chip
  • Veggies were cut to look like flowers
  • Toadstool cookies by cookieXchange

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Christie’s taffy skewers displayed in this pitcher are pretty cute.

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Party Activities

Here is Charlotte’s older sister helping the 3- and 4-year-olds make their fairy houses! My kit includes all the elements needed to make the houses.

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Isn’t it cute how Christie added some simple house-building directions for the girls? Charlotte is really going to town with my special pixie dust mixture!

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What a great big sister to read the flower fairy story to the little girls!

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These  polka dot gable boxes look great with green bows and little white flowers — what a sweet way to present the favors.

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Love Christie’s modification of these inexpensive white Ikea stools. She topped each stool with a red felt circle and white dots to make the stools look like toadstools.

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Thank you, Christie, for sharing your party with us!

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Vendor Credits

Flower Fairy Party Plan and Kit: Double the Fun Parties

Photography: Myra Tejada

Table Food Tents: Gwynn Wasson Designs

Balloons and pink butterflies: Bon Fortune

Polka dot snack cups and red dotted favor boxes: Cakes And Kids, Too

Toadstool cookies: CookieXchange

Fairy dolls, acorn cookies, garden sign, seat covers, floral and cake/cupcakes: Talented mom Christie

 

“I was so pleased with everything, thank you! Was worried that it wouldn’t translate to the new color scheme, but it was beautiful. The party plan helped immensely.”

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