Tinkerbell Fairy Party Invitations

9 June 2014


I took my children to see Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy over the weekend, and for the first time in weeks, their roleplay didn't include the names Elsa or Anna. No one has sung 'Let It Go' for hours. It did remind me of my youngest's first birthday party though, which was a lovely fairy party.

Our invitations were scrolls, with fairy stickers* holding them in their 'hands' so it looked like the fairies were delivering them. It was quite sweet.

Browsing around Pinterest today I can see that scrolls are quite the in thing  to do, but I love how different mums have put different spins on them, like tying them up with feathers, leaves, or using twigs. The paper leaves in the first picture were for a beautiful woodland pixie party, and I really love the colourful feather arrangements in the middle picture. They look really pretty, don't they? I love the last one too. It's so elegant, and still woodlandy. I love it.

Capture2Another popular theme in fairy invitations is star-wands.  Easy to do, just cut out a bunch of stars and put them on a stick, but you personalise them in many ways too for instance with glitter or bows. Or you can buy the plastic wands* and wrap them in an envelope, like the middle picture above. That's a cute idea too. 


You can of course, also go for cute pre -printed or print your own invitations. Amazon is full of fairy invitations*.

Fairy Bottles

There are also some quirky and different invitation ideas, like putting them in glass bottles, which I think is super cute!

What do you think?

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