Fairy Party Supplies {Just Add Fairy Dust!}

I think every little girl likely imagines fairies live in the garden among the flowers.  I know I pretended they did when I was a child. Okay… I admit it. I have a fairy garden in an ornate flower pot in my garden each summer to this day. {grin} My fairy birthday party supplies collection is all about that magical and whimsy woodland fairy.

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My fairy party supplies have two color versions for the invitation and thank you note: pink green and purple green. It also includes the following in pink green:

  • cupcake toppers (4 designs, 8 per sheet)
  • cupcake wrappers, (1 design, 2 per sheet)
  • straw slips (6 designs, 12 per sheet)
  • favor tags (2 designs, 8 per sheet)
  • cello toppers, (1 design, 2 per sheet)
  • placecards (a blank sheet so that you can overprint your own; personalization available in the a la carte section of the Shoppe)
  • napkin rings, (1 design, 6 per sheet)

No Fairy Princess running through the halls of your house, but you have a little camper… or artist… or rock star?! We have over 35 birthday party supplies and holiday party supplies kits. Come have a look!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Oz The Great And Powerful {DIY wand}

Oz The Great And Powerful

Oz The Great And Powerful Blu-Ray Combo Pack releases in a few short days, on June 11. If you didn’t catch it at the theaters, you simply must see it now. It’s all about how Oz made it to Oz! {grin} Oh, and there is a bit about the witches too. All three of them! {shudder}

I have to say, Disney really did a beautiful job. The colors and characters were amazing… and THE witch had my youngest peeking out from under his blanket. He made his dad come sit next to him. I was there, but I wasn’t enough. {smirk}

The girly in me though was struck by Glinda The Good Witch. Her dress, her crown, oh… and her wand! It was so simple, yet so beautiful!

Oz The Great And Powerful

I mean what girl doesn’t want a wand?! So I thought, why not make a few. Here’s what you’ll need to make an easy DIY candy wand:

  • Marshmallows
  • Pepperidge Farms Pirouette Rolled Wafers (these are French Vanilla!)
  • Pure Cane Sugar
  • White Icing
  • Kitchen Scissors

And the simple how to for making your wands:

  • Trim your marshmallows. Using kitchen scissors, cut each of the corners off your marshmallow so that it looks like a diamond. (TIP: Wash your scissors between each marshmallow or they’ll start to stick.)
  • Add shine. Dip each edge (sticky sides) in pure cane sugar.
  • Attach handle. Dip the end of the wafer in white icing and attach the wand tip. Allow to set for at least 10 minutes before you display.

Rather watch how I made these? Well you’re in luck because I made a little video. And while you’re there, I’d love for you to subscribe to my youtube channel. By the way, my eight year old was my camera man on this one because I couldn’t find the stand. That’s cute though… right?! {grin}

By the way, if you’re having a party, I would display in a 4″ or so tall clear (square if you have it) vase filled half way with more pure cane sugar. Once the wands are dry, just place them in, handle first, so all the good little witches at your party can grab them easily!

Want to know more about Oz The Great And Powerful? You can follow Disney and this movie specifically on facebook, twitter and pinterest. And you can see what some of my blogging friends are creating to celebrate the new movie too!

But I’m not done! I have another very fun tutorial for Oz The Great And Powerful.

When I was prepping for our “at home” movie viewing we made some adorable and easy Oz The Great And Powerful popcorn bags. Come see how to make these easy bags for this movie, or any Disney movie premier! {grin}

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

This post is brought to you by Disney and Blue Print Social, but all opinions are 100% mine. You know I’d have it no other way! Original idea created by Kim Byers and seen here on TheCelebrationShoppe.com first.

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pink polka dot party decorations

Party Decorations Ideas

I love polka dots, I love pink, I love parties… AND, I love choices. With our new polka dot party decorations and supplies you can shop over 20 color combinations, a few of which are pink. {grin} The party decorations ideas are really endless.

Each set in the party store offers printable cupcake picks (aka party circles), cupcake wrappers, bottle wrappers, napkin rings and pattern sheets. We can create banners, cello toppers, dessert tags and more for you as well, just convo us or shop our a la carte section and leave the pattern you want in the comments of your order. (For example, pink and tangerine polka dot beverage wrappers with the initial M and name Meagan.)

You can also purchase each item individually and/or mix and match!

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The cupcake picks (party circles) can have a name, an initial or an age! A perfect kids party idea making the birthday girl or boy feel extra special. {My boys love seeing their names all over the party when it’s their big day.}

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Here’s a quick look at your party decoration color combination and font choices:

Polka Dot Party Supplies

Come shop the party store for these designs and over 50 more collections! And as always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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DIY fairy garden

Remember my super-talented art teacher friend, Becky? The one that created the patriotic monogram wreath. Well, she has a creative daughter and she put together this bright and cheerful fairy garden perfect for imaginary play this summer!

Since I’m always looking for ways to engage my daughters in my own garden, I thought this was brilliant! What a delightful way to get the girls playing in the dirt and still keep things “girly!”

Round up her fairy dolls, some simple items from your garage (old pots, maybe a toad abode) or take a trip to your local hardware store, and maybe steal a few stones from your fish tank, then let her work her magic making her own Pixie Hollow!

You can find our fairy birthday party supplies in the shoppe.

As always, we hope you’re inspired to craft, bake and create!

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real parties: a fairy tea


Elizabeth from Stix n Pops shared her daughter’s fairy princess tea party with us a few weeks ago. These are only a few of the fabulous details. Elizabeth is a talented baker (she made the cake and the Stix n Pops above, of course), plus she’s a crafter.


 I love the detailing on this cake,  


just look at the mushrooms, tiny flowers, leaves… and on and on. Fabulous job Elizabeth!


Not only was this party full of beautiful food, there were fairy costume favors and these little jars of fairy dust (so clever!)


And have a look at this beautiful birthday girl! Just darling! Make sure and hop over to Stix n Pops for all the details (and about 30 more pics) of the big day.

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introducing woodland fairy


My mom used to tell the most beautiful woodland fairy stories to my nieces, who are now teenagers (stop growing girls!), vividly outlining the smallest details. One of my favorites was that the fairies were tiny and typically unseen unless you knew where to look. So when we started developing this fairy theme, I thought of those stories and how my nieces little faces would light up listening to my mom’s magical fairytale. As you browse this collection’s decor, know that the moss on the cake plate, the squirrel in the forest and the sparkles on the invitation are all tributes to my mom’s creativity. {Love you Mom!}

I chose hot pink and lime green polka dot decor for this collection not only because it’s modern and oh so popular, but because pink is very fairy, right. And the green of course is very woodland. I know… I’m a genius {smirk}. We then incorporated splashes of light pink and brown throughout the invitation and printables collection for the softer side of modern. And don’t you just love the plaid tree!


This is one view of the cupcake pick and wrapper set. There are four pick designs that could easily be mixed and matched with a few simple punches (2.5″ circle and 2″ scallop punches shown with foam adhesive squares for deminsion).


This is a tight shot of the pick I lovingly call Woodland Forest.  


And this one is even closer. See the little squirrel and the bird houses?! This is the same image used on the invitations.   


I love how the fairies have sparkles on thier toes on this one.


The green gingham in this pick is also available in the straw slips.


This is just one of the six straw slip designs: hot pink with green polka dots (like the cupcake wrappers), light pink sparkles (like the sky in the invite), green gingham, green and white polka dot, green with pink flowers (shown and same as napkin ring) and light green and light pink polka dots. Just write each little fairy’s name (thin Sharpie works best) on her slip and no worries about the little ones confusing cups… that is unless they can’t read yet. {wink} Plus, since our shatterproof cups can survive the dishwasher, you don’t want to ruin them by writing directly on them.   


For the placecard and/or food marker, perfect for candy tables and buffets, we made the tallest tree extend past the typical rectangle just to be unique.


And for the napkin ring, we paired the hot pink polka dot napkin with a lime green ring embellished with mini white and hot pink flowers.


On to the favors. We created both woodland forest scene cello bag toppers, and


two favor tags: woodland forest scene and hot pink polka dot fairies.


Oh, and we can’t forget the fairy wand cookie cutter. A dash of sparkling crystal sprinkles and they will be irresistable, and the perfect treat for the cello bags.

As always we added a few touches here and there to the table for the shoot. The cake plate was embellished with strips of moss and the base was surrounded by a fern, moss and branch spring wreath. There were also small flower arrangements, sprigs of hot pink and white flowers, along the table. You can see them behind some of the cupcake images. And last but not least, a fairy herself perched on the edge of the cake plate. Okay, actually it’s a butterfly, but it’s all about the imagination, right?! {wink}

Make sure you hop on over to the shoppe for all the woodland fairy details. Have a great weekend everyone!

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fairy village cake


It’s almost as if Family Fun magazine knew what was on my mind this week. These are shots from the March issue. How adorable is this cake idea!? And it goes perfectly with our new woodland fairy birthday collection, which by the way you’ll see lots of pics of tomorrow.


Here are some close ups of the little cake houses. I’m loving the toadstool idea. I use Starburst for all kinds of baking ideas (i.e., my crashing witch cupcake boots), but I hadn’t thought of this one yet: red Starburst candy and marshmallows. Heat them up a bit and you can mold them into anything. Plus, since they come in so many colors, you don’t have to worry with food coloring.

Not only is this idea fun for the party, I know my kids would have a blast creating the scene. I can imagine it might be a little messy, but it would be quickly forgotten when I saw the smiles. Love it!

Get all the details, resources and recipes on Family Fun. Oh, and this isn’t all. They have more fairy birthday party ideas that I’ll share late this week or early next so if you don’t subscribe make sure and stop back in (and then go subscribe)!

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woodland fairy & terrarium


I mentioned several weeks ago in my post about fairy finds that we were in the process of developing a woodland fairy birthday collection. Well we’re still not all the way there, but we’re close enough to give you a peek at the custom invitation for the collection (available in the shoppe by the end of next week… I promise… with a complete set of pink and lime green table decor, plus printables). 

As for this very cool craft idea to the right, I was bouncing around the web this morning and landed on the Party Wishes blog hosted by a very talented party planner by the name of Donna. She created a step-by-step pictorial for this fairy terrarium (original idea from Martha Stewart) and I just thought what a perfect craft project for our party theme! These are just a few views of the project so make sure you visit her blog for all the details including several cost cutting ideas.  

Happy crafting and make sure you swing back by for more on our new fairy birthday party collection coming next week!

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fairy finds


I have a million ideas and I often have to remind myself to take one at a time… I mean, who wants 20 half completed projects lying around the craft room. {long sigh}

This is one, the fairy birthday party theme, that has come up in brainstorming sessions probably 15 times and now I’m going to finally bring it to life.

In anticipation of our soon to be “woodland fairy” birthday party collection, I thought I would share a few items from my inspiration board.

I hope you find yourself inspired!

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