Guest Post by Jenn Kirk

And another lovely birthday party we attended on Saturday. My friend Andi said she didn’t have a definitive theme as she was putting it together, but to me, it felt very whimsical and fairy-in-the-woods-like.

{Make your own fairy wands}

The gourmand she is, Andi baked not only a Swedish princess cake…

…but a banana-cream cake. Along with dozens of cupcakes for…

…a design-your-own cupcake bar. This was a hit!

{He does frosting and toppings. Only.}

Amy’s fairy party printables would go great with this party!

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  1. I ordered the fairy party package for my daughter ‘s birthday. I read the disclaimer that after five attempts the download link would expire and it did. I contacted living locurto and the resent the link. This time the link expired on the first attempt, not the fifth. I tried to contact them again, only this time I get no response. In my frustration, I requested a refund (this was weeks ago) still no response, no refund. Very unhappy customer!

  2. Highly dissatisfied with product and service. The package I ordered didn’t download and I requested a refund. No response, don’t waste your money.

  3. i had my daughters 7th birthday party here and it was fantastic! it was the perfect party for this age. ALL of the girls had a wonderful time and all want to now have there party at faires and dragons!Stephanie

  4. You over-achieving moms are making me look bad ~ hee! 🙂 What wonderful party ideas.

    What I really want to know though is this…was that party really just this past Saturday?? None of the kids are wearing coats/hats/mittens/scarves/boots and some of the girls are even wearing sleeveless outfits! How is that fair when we are freezing our buns off here in Ohio? (I’m just a *bit* jealous.)


    The Arthur Clan’s last blog post..Our Christmas Decorating.

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