Fairy Birthday Party Ideas! Cute Party Printables by LivingLocurto.com

I’m excited to show you the first real party with my new Fairy Birthday Party Printables! This was my friend Lauren’s 4th birthday party and it was magical.

The party started by entering the “Fairy Changing Room” (aka coat closet) where you would be turned into a real fairy! After a few magic words along with pixie dust sprinkled on your head, you got to pick out your very own fairy tutu to wear to the party! How cute was that?

Fairy Birthday Party Ideas! Cute Party Printables by LivingLocurto.com

Then it was time to eat and sing happy birthday. What nice day to eat cupcakes outside!

Fairy Birthday Party Ideas! Cute Party Printables by LivingLocurto.com

Next we made fairy wands. (This activity is also included in my Fairy Birthday Party Printable Collection.) It was a nice no mess activity and a big hit with the girls.

Fairy Birthday Party Ideas! Cute Party Printables & Wand Craft by LivingLocurto.com

Lauren’s mommy made all the tutus herself. She cut tulle into strips, tied them to a ribbon and added a hair bow for some bling. A perfect party favor!

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Thanks for inviting us to your Fairy Birthday Party Lauren!! It was so much fun!


I’d love for you to visit my shop to see more party ideas!

If you liked this fairy party, you can purchase DIY printable party collection with your choice of fairy.

Fairy Birthday Party Printables by Amy Locurto shop.livinglocurto.com

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  1. Hi,
    I was just wondering if you could tell me what programs are best to purchase to make digital party supply. I would love to know because My daughers bday is coming up next month and Im also gettin engaged next april and I would love to beable to create all my own designs.

  2. We celebrated my daughter’s six birthday at Fairies and Dragons and it was an absolute success! The girls were completely fascinated with the place and the activities. My daughter wants to do her next birthday there too!!

  3. @Tara,

    Thanks for purchasing the kit! I have the font set to Times Roman (it’s a generic font that most people have). I don’t think you can edit the font in the Adobe Reader. If you wanted a different font, you would need to open the PDF file in a different editing program like Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.

    I did the door hanger after I created the kit just for Lauren. Email me and remind me to send it to you.

    Have a great party!

  4. This is so cute! My little girl will love this! I just purchaced a package. I only see one font using adobe Reader, do you know how/if I can use other fonts? Also, I didn’t see a cute door hanger, can I make one with what I already downloaded? THANKS!

  5. @vermontmommy,

    I didn’t make the tutus, so I’m not sure. I would guess one yard would make 2-3 tutus depending on how long you make them.

    I think she bought the clips and yes, the directions are included in the party pack. We used sticks found at a craft shop for about $1.50 per pack for the wand. The tea party sounds like fun!

  6. I plan to purchase this sweet set in the next month or so for my daughter’s 3rd birthday in May. May I ask how much tulle you bought for the tutus? I think we will have 6-7 girls at the party. Oh, did you make the flower clips or buy them already made?

    I love this theme. It includes fairies, dress up, tutus (a bit of ballet) and I will include a tea party so we will hit all my three year olds favorite things. Thank you. 🙂

    Oh, just one more thing are the directions for the wands in the pack you are selling?

    Thank you very much!

  7. As the birthday girl’s mom, I just have to say that this will definitely be a memorable party! I love the printables that you designed. It made the party so unique and special for my daughter. Plus they were easy to use and a great cost savings over buying the run of the mill party stuff at the big party stores. I’ll tell everyone to check your blog for party ideas!

  8. Oh my goodness this is just darling. I had a fairy party for my daughter last summer, so much fun!! Great job!
    .-= Aimee Pool´s last blog ..I ? Faces – ‘Jump for Joy’ =-.

  9. This is such a cute idea! I love all the little elements to this party that make it special [the printouts, the pixie dust, oh my!]. It’s soooo sweet! =-D

  10. @ClassiclyAmber,

    The fairy changing room was the cutest! The girls were so excited and it was just a closet. So funny:-)

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