Fairy Party Ideas!
There’s no better way to celebrate a birthday or a special event than a fabulous fairy party. It’s easy and fun to have a fairy party at home, in your garden or local hall. Keep it simple with a couple of activities or games and some lovely dainty party food. We’ve got lots of ideas here but the only limits where fairies are concerned is your imagination!
A Beautiful Bower
Adorn your venue in appropriately frilly fashion. Around a small dining table, create a bower by hanging silk scarves and several yards of inexpensive tulle from the ceiling with tacks and tape. Staple artificial flowers here and there on the tulle. Fresh flowers on the table complete the look. For extra twinkle, you can string up some white holiday lights.
Invitations and Party Packs!
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JorSam’s Fairy Money Boxes are a party pack, a gift, an activity, a savings plan, a hold all and whatever else creative kids can dream up as a use for them! This is pixie perfect for your fairy party theme! They are 9.5cm high and 7.5cm in diameter. The removable plastic lids (with a slot in each lid) are available in 5 different colours - red, blue, yellow, green and pink!
Have a simple fairy activity for your guests to enjoy as they arrive that doesn’t need everyone to be there or require much adult input. Perhaps you could set up a colouring-in table with D.I.Y. Colouring-In Fairy Money Box Packs.
Fairies love the outdoors, so if you have a garden then make good use of it. Create a magic fairy circle in the garden with a toadstool at the centre. If you don’t have a proper fairy toadstool then a red cushion or cloth with white stickers stuck on for spots will give your guests the idea!
Musical Toadstools: Start the party with a game of Musical Toadstools. The rules and aim are the same as the game as musical chairs, but with toadstools instead! Paint large, white spots onto red paper tablecloths and scatter them around the party room or garden. You could use pebbles or stones to weigh your “toadstools” down.
Feed the Fairy: If you’re feeling arty get a large cardboard box (boxes for microwaves, TVs, fridges are brilliant for this). Paint a picture of a fairy’s head and shoulders with her mouth wide open with laughter. Cut out the laughing mouth to leave a nice big hole. Your fairy guests (in 2 teams) then try to ‘feed the fairy’ by throwing ‘food’ into her mouth from a distance. Fairy food can be plastic play food that you probably already have, beanbags or tennis balls wrapped in pretty crepe paper to make giant fairy bonbons.
Find the Fairies: How about a “Find the Fairies” game. Print some lovely fairy pictures, stick them onto card and hide them in the garden in a Set Design Fairy Money Box. Or perhaps you could paint some stones pink and decorate with glitter for your fairy guests to hunt for.
Pick of the Fairies: Print two sets of four to six lovely fairy pictures and stick them onto card. Place one set in plain sight around the garden. Shuffle the others and keep them face down. As the music plays, your fairy guests dance about. When the music stops they each choose to stand with a fairy picture. Pick a card from the fairy pack. Those who chose the card that comes up are out. The winner is the last fairy still dancing.
Flitterific Stories: Fairies love flitterific stories. Do you have a willing teenager (or adult!) who would be happy to dress up as the Fairy Queen? Invite your young fairy guests to sit in the magic fairy circle while the Fairy Queen tells them the story of her journey from her home to the fairy party today. Or perhaps the Fairy Queen could read to your guests from an appropriate fairy book.
Crafts: Decorate Your Own Fairy Tiara, Fairy Wand or D.I.Y. Colouring-In Fairy Money Box Packs. Cut out a fairy crown shape and provide a table with pens, glitter, glue, sequins, feathers, gemstones and anything else fabulous to make totally unique fairy accessories. Again, don’t try to control the outcome too much – every fairy has her own individual sense of style!
Traditional Fairy Games: How about some traditional party games with a fairy theme? Pin the Wand on the Fairy? Draw the outline a real life-size fairy then blindfold each of your fairy guests while they try to pin the wand to the fairy’s hand. Or a fairy version of Musical Statues? Play some fabulous fairy music while your fairy guests practice their fairy flying and fluttering. Or Fairy Freeze (what fairies call Stuck in the Mud). Give one fairy a special “freeze” wand and another a special “set free” wand. The perfect game for using up excess fairy energy before fairy tea time!
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