It's challenging to decorate with such a flowery theme in December because there's just not much available in the stores (unless you are looking for red and green.) I found this light up gerbera daisy garland at Amazon.com. I found the figurine in the centerpiece at the dollar store, the tea pot is one I have in my collection and the tea cups I purchased about 4 years ago at Birthdayexpress.com, but I haven't seen them lately.
The canopy is from our bed, so I just thumb-tacked it up to the ceiling and it was the perfect size. The table is a small table we use up in the playroom covered with a purple tablecloth and a couple yards of sparkly star organza fabric.
Sprinkling pixie dust on her friends as they arrived.
Our first activity was to make fairy wreaths. I wrapped the flowers around pipe cleaners using floral tape.
Fairy nests (phylo dough "nests" filled with M&Ms)
Tinkerbell's cake. My idea was to use sparklers for candles, but the ones that I had on hand were not working at all, luckily I had these other long candles on hand.
The girls had fun decorating their own cupcakes.
I found plastic stemmed desert bowls at Party City and just hot-glued some artificial rose petals to the edge to make it look more like a flower.
Here is the way I set up the photo corner. I had fun taking pictures of all the girls. After the party I used the Photoshop brushed (Obsideon Dawn) to give them a sprinkling of pixie dust.
Drinking all the last bits of tea.
Fairies drinking tea.
All kinds of fairy-sized goodies.
Top tier is chocolate covered strawberries, then flower shaped lemon tea sandwiches. On the bottom, I made triangle shaped chicken tea sandwiches.
I found these glow stick fairy wands at the dollar store. They were fun to use while watching the new Tinkerbell movie.