Monday, March 9, 2015

Tinker Bell Tea Party

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There are few movies my daughter loves more than Tinkerbell movies. I love that they are fun and I never have to worry about her watching them. When we heard that a new movie was coming out, Tinker Bell and The NeverBeast, I knew we were going to have to add it to our collection of Tinker Bell movies on the day it came out. My daughter couldn't wait to see the new movie, and so we invited some of her friends over to see it with us. 
The really fun thing about Tinker Bell is the opportunity to have fresh and healthy options that are still a lot of fun. I made two different kinds of toadstools for the party. Veggie toadstools made with string cheese sticks cut in half and halved grape tomatoes, as well as fruit toadstools made with large marshmallows and apple slices. Make sure to leave the skin on the apples to help give them the look of a toadstool.

I cut peanut butter sandwiches in the shape of flowers and used a bowl of stick pretzels as "twigs." I cut banana circles and added blackberries to the top of them to look like flower centers.
One of my favorite parts of the food was making Tinker Bell's wings out of strawberries. I found this cute 4.5 inch doll at Walmart that had removable wings and was perfect for this. I loved that since the wings came off I could use it for the party and then put the wings back on for my daughter to be able to play with the doll.
For the drink, we had Morning Dew (Water) in cute little milk bottles. 
When the kids came in their were wings and tutus for each one of them, so they could dress up like a fairy.
After the kids were dressed up, they could stop by the photo booth. I love creating food booths with plastic table cloths. For this one I used a green one for a floor drop and this cute printed one for the back. I simply taped them to my wall for instant photo booth.
Each child at the tea party was able to decorate both a fairy house and a fairy wand. I bought glitter glue and lots of stickers and the kids had fun putting their own twist on both. For older kids paints would be a great option!

For decorations, I created paper lanterns out of construction paper. The lanterns are really easy to make, simply fold a piece of construction paper in half long ways. Make cuts all the fold towards the outer edge of the paper without cutting all the way through. Unfold the paper and wrap it into a circle, and then staple shut. Make sure to add another strip of paper for the handle.
One of my favorite decorations was this cute printable saying my favorite quote from Peter Pan. You can find this printable and the food label printables below

The kids had so much fun dressing up like Tinker Bell and taking pictures and the glitter glue sticks were perfect for decorating the wands and the fairy houses. 
We decorated the houses and wands first sot they would have time to dry and then we played games like Pixie, Pixie, Tinker Bell (like duck,duck goose.)
After the kids were done playing we all sat down with snacks to watch the new movie, Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Never Beast. The kids had fun watching it!
After the movie was over, we took the kids outside to play bubbles while we waited for their moms. This Tinker Bell bubble fairy was absolutely darling and the perfect touch to playing bubbles. The kids loved taking turns making bubbles.
My daughter absolutely loved her Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast tea party, I think we may have to make it a Tinker Bell movie tradition. The new movie is available on DVD and Blu-Ray and if you buy the Blu-Ray at Walmart, you can get a special bonus Tinker Bell DVD too. 
We had so much fun at our Tinker Bell party, that we couldn't help but do a few more pictures after it was over. I couldn't get the girls to take off their costumes, so we took some fun sister pictures too! 
Have you seen the Tinker Bell movies? Do you love them as much as we do? 

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26 comments:

Liz Mays said...

This is one of the cutest, most unique party themes! I really love everything you came up with and the fun food ideas and names.

2justByou said...

SO cute! I love the morning dew in milk bottles! All of the food looks great. Definitely a fun time!

Heather Jones said...

Those snacks look so cute! You always have the best party ideas.

Integrated Learning Strategies said...

This is so adorable and clever too! I can't believe how much work you put into everything. It looks wonderful. My nieces LOVE Tinkerbell right now. They would think this party was the "bomb," their words not mine. How fun!

Kallee said...

I love the veggie toadstools. What a great idea to have something healthy and cute.

bxcrochet said...

Wow you did an amazing job! I love that all the little ones got their own wings.

Michelle F.

Kpierce said...

This is a really cute party idea! I also like that the snacks are on the healthier side!

Masshole Mommy said...

What a fun party theme.

MikiHope said...

I love how you put together that party! It was definitely unique and sure to please everyone of the guests as well as your two little fairies!

Crystal said...

What a sweet party for little fairies! I can't wait to see the new Tinkerbell movie.

B said...

So girly and SO much fun. I can't wait to do this with my daughter!

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

So pretty! My daughter is obsessed with Tinkerbell right now so she would love this.

Emily Glover said...

What an adorable party! I love it!

Chelsea Johnson said...

SO CUTE! I love everything about this! Those toadstools and the little wings on hangers! And the construction paper lanterns! I forgot about those. Thanks for sharing! I'm sure when my daughter is older she will love Tinkerbell, too!

Yvonne [Tried and Tasty] said...

This party is too dang cute and so are your girls!

Britney Mills said...

So fun! My nieces would love this party!

kristi dominguez said...

It's all so fun, but I especially like the fruit toadstools...too cute!

marissa | Rae Gun Ramblings said...

I'm in love with the veggie toadstools!

Miranda Couse said...

Those veggie toadstools are adorable! It looks like everyone had a blast! I need to invite you over to plan my son's party!

Janet Krugel said...

What an adorable party and really makes me want a little girl!

Maddi'sMommy said...

This is so precious. My daughter would love it! I'm totally inspired.

Stephanie Pass said...

This is so, so cute!! I love the little mushroom treats! My youngest (and me) can't wait to see the new movie.

Katrina Gehman said...

my daughter would love this party!!!! awesome job!

mail4rosey said...

Everything is just darling. I have to say though, those wings cinch it for party of the year. Love that idea!!

Caitlin Fore said...

Oh my gosh how adorable is this party!! You are so good at throwing them and thinking of every detail! This looks like it was a total blast!!

USS Crafty said...

This looks like such a fun party!! I love the idea of each child getting a fairy house to paint! So fun!

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