I’ve previously shared one of Georgia’s gorgeous parties and today I have another stunning one to show you! Here’s what Cat (Georgia’s mum) had to say about planning and throwing this beautiful garden party.

Georgia (the birthday girl) was the one who chose the theme for the party,  “Flowers & Fairies”, two of her favourite things in the world! Georgia loved the idea of all of her friends wearing tutus and fairy wings and she wanted LOTS of flowers.  She made it very easy to throw a pretty party!

As the guests arrived we asked them to pick a pair of wings from the tree to wear and take home.  Then we sprayed them with glittery fairy dust. It was a fun way to get the kids excited at the start of the party.

The main decorative feature was a cart made by my best friends husband, gorgeous flowers from Northside Flower Market, a white oversize balloon and a personalised cake topper purchased on Etsy from Sugar Boo Bespoke Gifts.

We had an afternoon tea for guests and their mums. We had home made pink lemonade for the kids, which they drank out of personalised fairy garden drink bottles purchased from Love JK. We also had some bubbles on option for the mums.

From previous parties I knew that jelly is always a hit with the kids so we had three layered jelly cups and an assortment of mini tarts, macarons, coconut ice and funfetti slice.

We also had a gorgeous birthday cake purchased from Chester Street Bakery.

To keep the little ones entertained Cat put a fun spin on the classic game of pass the parcel. A lucky dip box was passed around instead of a parcel, when the music stopped who ever was holding it could pick out a surprise from the box and unwrap it. There was also a bubble machine that kept the air filled with bubbles the entire afternoon and a sparkly star shaped pinata. The final activity was necklace making, all the little fairies made a necklace for themselves and a second one to gift to their mums.

 

Cat’s advice for throwing a stress free fairy party is

Gather things slowly. Make lists. Let people help. There is no way I could’ve organised the party without pulling my hair out if I didn’t have some help from a couple of close friends and family.

For a sneak peak of what Cat is planning next, you can follow her on Instagram.