Fairy Party Ideas
Everything you need to create a magical
Fairy Invitation Ideas
Make (or buy) star shaped fairy wands. Tie pink and green
ribbon to the top of the wand and attach a small card with the
Inside place a little fairy dust - glitter!
Wrap the invitations in pink tulle and tie a green or pink bow
Embellish pretty note cards by hot gluing small silk flowers to
the front on the top or going down the side of the card.
Leading into the party area and
along the walkway or driveway sprinkle glitter (fairy dust) and place
giant artificial flowers around the entrance.
Decorate the party table in purple, green, pinks and
white. Helium balloons can be filled and curling ribbon tied
to them and then allowed to stay on the ceiling of the party room so
kids can pull them down and play with them during the party. Make
a fairy world come to life by draping purple and pink tulle across the
wall and ceiling. Fill glass vases with large flowers (real or
artificial) and tie green, purple or yellow tulle around the vases.
Hang strings of Christmas lights around
the party area, plants and ceiling.
Place pixie sticks in vases on the party
table - tie with a pretty bow.
Fairy Birthday Activities
Fairy Tea Party
Set up a tea party for the guests with pretty cups and saucers.
Serve unsweetened pink lemonade and let the Fairies add in their own
sugar cubes. See our Tea
Party page for more fun ideas.
Fairy Slippers - let party guests
make some cute fairy slippers out of flip-flops and pieces of green,
pink, purple and yellow fabric. Directions for our
Fairy Dust Art - make pixie dust art with
sand art necklaces or containers. Find kits in pastel colors and
let guests make a necklace or container to take home.
Guests make their
own fairy skirt. Cut long pieces of ribbon that are big enough to
go around the child's waist with room left over to tie a bow. Cut
long strips of tulle in green, pink, purple and yellow about 2" x 3
feet. Lay the ribbon on a flat table and show guests how to fold
the tulle strip in half, place the folded loop under the ribbon and then
take the two ends of the tulle and put them through the loop. Pull
the ends so that the loop closes over the ribbon attaching itself into a
loose knot. Continue along the ribbon until it is full. Tie
skirts around the waists of the fairies. Pieces of ribbon can also be
cut into strips and added
to skirt with the tulle. For younger children make the skirts ahead of time
and let them add the ribbon. See our Tutu
party craft page for pictures and directions.
Fairy Treasure Hunt
small objects around the party area, backyard or park for the guests to
find. You can use colored plastic rocks, flowers or similar
objects to hide. (For young children under the age of 3 be sure to
hide larger items to prevent a choking hazard). Let the fairies
turn in their items for prizes when all the items have been found.
like traditional tag except one player starts as Tinkerbell and holds a
wand. She then must tag the other players with the wand.
Once players are tagged they must freeze and can't move until another
player comes by and tags them - they must then both clap their hands and
say "I believe in fairies" before they can move again. When
everyone is frozen a new Tinkerbell is chosen.
this relay race game guests are divided into two teams. Each team
is given two sheets of colored paper (heavy cardstock is best).
Across the room set up a chair or a big flower that shows the kids where
they have to run around before they go back to their team. The
fairies can only use the 2 sheets of colored paper to move across the
room. They will step of one, put the other in front of them, step
onto it, pick up the one they just stepped off of and place it in front
of the one they are standing on. They continue like this until
they have gone around the flower and back to their team where the next
person in line takes a turn.
Party games just for girls - Girls birthday
Party games for boys only -
Party Games for all ages -
Birthday Party Games
Set up a cupcake or cookie decorating station and let the guests
decorate with fairy dust (sprinkles, colored sugar, and/or small
Fruit Wand Kabobs - skewer fruit onto sticks
A Fairy Tea Party would be fun - let guests put colored sugar
(pixie dust!) into their tea (we use unsweetened lemonade and let them
add sugar or sugar cubes by themselves).
Party Favor Ideas
Sparkly eye shadow
Lip gloss that is sparkly
Pixie sticks wrapped with a pretty ribbon
Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Tie party favors up in green or purple tulle bags and tie with ribbon
Pretty pastel paper bags with artificial flowers hot glued to the bag
Baskets wrapped with pretty ribbons or artificial flowers
For more fun kids fairy party ideas see our
Tinkerbell party page