Yesterday you saw closeups of the fairy centerpieces, today you can see the rest of the dècor.
I wanted to create a fairy wonderland, like Trés Juliee did at her daughter's fairy party a few years ago. It was the spirit I wanted to duplicate—especially since the magical Trio Events helped her get her Fairy Spirit on. Trying to replicate the look created by two fantastic events companies wouldn't be practical, so I was happy to come close, while missing a few of the fussy details.
Nearly everything was purchased on sale, at a thrift store, or made at home.
quiches on it?
It's just two triangles cut wrong-sides-together, with a channel stitched across the top. No other stitching. Twill tape serves as the line to hold it up.
Paper puffs are a really easy way to add atmosphere inexpensively. After all that work, I passed them on to a friend for her son's birthday two weeks later.
I ended up renting an extra kids' table, kiddie chairs and about 15 adult chairs. It was super inexpensive and easy, and contributed to a uniform look, rather than our usual yard-sale look of a collection of chairs from around the house.
The felt birthday banner is a few years old now, and I still love it.