Pretty in pink: Princess or fairy party
Your little princess will love having her own personal fairytale celebration with her friends and family.

Décor and setting the theme

  • Decorate the table with metres of pink ribbon, silk roses and sheer fabrics like chiffon, tulle and organza. 
  • Go for dainty cutlery and crockery and focus the food on delicious teatime treats such asbiscuitsmarshmallows and cupcakes.

The cake

With a cake, invites and decor that are easy-to-do, you're just a wave of a wand away from bringing the magic of this teatime garden party to life.

Costume tips:

  • Present each guest with a tiara or crown of fresh flowers so they're transformed into a princess.

Princess gifts for the guests:

  • Every guest feels like a princess with their own little gift!
  • Fill small boxes (available at stationary shops) with hairclips and combs as a take-home gift with a magical touch.

Princess or fairy party invitation:

  • Set the tone for this magical party by making fairy wand invitations. Click here to download our pretty invite templates (free).
  • Wrap some pretty ribbon around a dowel stick and attach your party details, which have been printed on a star-shaped card, with some glue.
  • Encourage your guests to dress up in their finest and fanciest dresses and costume jewels.

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