Decorate with pastels, soft green, pink and lavender are all good choices.
Put white twinkle lights around the front door and in the trees near the party area, if you're going to be outdoors.
Use colored streamers in the trees to add to the floaty, magical atmosphere.
Give each guest a wand and fairy wings to wear.
Use streamers or tulle to make a canopy over the party table. Attach them to a bow that's hung from the chandelier or middle of the ceiling.
Use a bubble machine to enhance the fairy mood.
Tie bows with ribbon or tulle on the backs of the chairs at the party table.
Cut trees, mushrooms and castles out of cardboard. Decorate and put throughout the party space.
Sprinkle glitter down the middle of the table, and add some flowers.
Cover cardboard stars with foil or lots of glitter, and hang them from the ceiling.
Make jelly sandwiches and cut them into star shapes using a cookie cutter.
Hollow out a purple cabbage to serve veggies in.
Serve a fruit salad in plastic goblets or champagne flutes with bows tied around the stems.
Serve pink lemonade in tea cups.
Make star shaped crispy rice cereal treats, and sprinkle them with pastel colored sprinkles.
Make fairy wands. Dip pretzel rods into melted white chocolate. Before the chocolate hardens, sprinkle pastel colored sprinkles on the pretzels.
Fill a clear vase or tall glass with Pixie Sticks candy.
Use a castle design for a fairy birthday cake.
For an elegant fairy cake, bake one 6 inch round cake and one 9 inch round cake. Stack the small cake on top of the larger one, and frost both with pink frosting. Top with a fairy figure.
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