Fairytale Fiesta

My little girl turns 3 tomorrow. We celebrated this past weekend with a Fairytale Fiesta, there was so much pink and so many tutus and fairy wings.

Frank and I, along with my parents, stayed up late the night before creating a fairy village out of cake and candy which was complete with the cutest herd of deer, that I found here. Each guest got to leave with a deer as part of the favors after the party.


We had a marvelous Fairy-fantastic time!

6 comments:

BananaSaurusRex said...

How beautiful - she must have been delighted!

Sonja said...

What a beautiful birthday party! I love tutus and fairy wings, only I sadly can't get away with wearing them. I love the fairy village, happy birthday to your darling girl tomorrow! Also funny little facts, I noticed on your Etsy your maiden name, I am guessing it is your maiden name, is Evans, which my last name is Evans now. Also my daughter turns 2 on Wednesday, lol I get tickled pink by little things in life as you can tell! <3 Sonja

ShirazandFrenchBlue said...

how precious, I bet all the little ones, love it!

Sonja said...

That is a good idea to hyphenate your name. I love the last name Evans, my maiden name everyone mispronounced. They always said it with a french accent too, then they got disappointed when I didn't have a french accent! I love all the tutus and cuteness in your pictures! For my daughter's birthday we are going with an Abby Cadabby theme and having it at a jungle gym on base so she can eat lots of sugar, then go burn it back off crawling through tunnels! I am excited for it, but sad to see my baby turn 2 already!

jacqueline said...

Happy be-lated birthday to your girl! WOW such a wonderful and pretty birthday party ~ so dreamy and fairtale! I love your little girl's birthday dress and that cake is fabulous! Have a lovely merry happy week and love to you!

Enrouge {karan karla} said...

I love this post. I am so inspired by this post today. It became so clear to me this morning when I looked at the pictures that your art reflects your world and your world reflects your art. I had sort of noticed that before, but something about this post made it super clear. I'm amazed at how that is. I keep trying to analyze it. I don't know if you can see yourself the way I do-- but it's just amazing. Everything you do is absolutely beautiful! I am so inspired by it!

p.s. Happy Birthday to Carys!

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