A Sugar Plum Fairy party is a great way to celebrate a first birthday that falls just days before Christmas!  Holly, of Mimi’s Dollhouse, did just that to celebrate the special milestone of her younger daughter.  Holly had one rule that she followed when planning and decorating for the party- no traditional Christmas colors!  And so, Holly combined shades of pinks and minty greens for this special occasion!

Sugary sweets were perfectly appropriate for a Sugar Plum Fairies!  Cake pops, minty chocolate bark, and a homemade cake with fairy wings were stars of this dessert table~

Holly made the peppermint bark herself…

Holly also made her daughter’s birthday cake~

And, all of the sweet little fairies went home with sweet little favors!

“It was “FAIRY” nice of you to come!

Thank you for sharing your daughter’s party with us, Holly!  See more of this party here!

Party Vendors:

Party Styling, Photography and Printables: Mimi’s Dollhouse

Rock Candy: Mammygram

Fairy Wing Cake Pops: The Cake Poppery

Peppermint Bark: Custom Candy Creations

Related Articles

LILLY PULITZER CAKE DECORATING FLAMINGO BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS

There is nothing like the bright colors and happy prints of Lilly Pulitzer to make every day feel like a party!  For my daughter’s 12th birthday party, she wanted to decorate cakes~ Lilly-style!  So, in order to decide how to mesh the two, I kept thinking “if Lilly had a cake shop instead of a juice stand”… I have to admit, this was one fun party to plan!  It is a blast to see where ideas go in the hands of a TWEEN!  Enjoy and remember, “…being happy never goes out of style!”. 

Birthday Party Ideas for a Teen- How to Celebrate a TEEN

Wow! My daughter turned into a teen!  Sometimes it can be tricky to decide what to do to celebrate this milestone.  I wanted to share with you some ideas that may help if you want to mark the occasion but also keep it low-key.  At first, my daughter wanted to have a very large sleepover to celebrate.  I loved it that she wanted to include everyone she knew, but laughed at the thought of trying to corral close to 30 tweens and teens! So, I told her she could have a little, bitty, teeny sleepover and her “real” party could be bubble soccer (which she had been begging to do at this huge sleepover she was planning ).  So, realizing the play on words with a “teeny” party, we went with the TEENY theme and used as many miniature things as we could.  It was such a fun theme and the ideas could go on forever…but this is what we decided on for her teeny, little sleepover. 

Responses

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other Posts in