Pixie Hollow Birthday Party

It’s Friday and we’re wrapping up the week with an event full of whimsical fun!  Today we’re going to spread our wings and fly… straight into Pixie Hollow.  Tinker Bell and her friends have gathered for a birthday celebration!  Maylene of Malu Boutiques took her daughter’s love of Tinker Bell and brought this magical land of fairies to life.  Join us as we explore the beautiful meadows filled with flowers, sweet treats and fluttering fairies… it’s a Pixie Hollow Birthday Party!

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

Tree stumps, moss and glitter unite to create the perfect scene for a pixie party!  Little guests were given wands and wings upon arrival.

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

The sweets table was overflowing with goodies!  Macarons topped with fondant flowers, cake pops, apple tarts, chocolate covered oreos, cupcakes, cookies and an adorable fairy house cake.  Guests also enjoyed push pops filled with homemade guava and banana mousse.  And making an appearance throughout the sweets table… the most adorable fondant fairies!  The detail on these little ladies, created by Mimi café Union, is incredible!

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

And of course, nothing is as sweet as the birthday girl herself.  All dressed up in a frilly Tinker Bell tutu with the most adorable little shoes!

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

Fairy Birthday Party in Pixie Hollow

Maylene shares some details about the party:

“My daughter loves the princesses but her favorite is Tinkerbell.  She stays so quiet while watching her movies (If you knew Sam you would know what I mean.  She turned 3 going on 20.  She can talk you ear off). We wanted to recreate a Pixie Hollow theme so that she could feel as if she was there.

The entrance was adorned with real tree trunks where Sam’s scrapbook was placed that way everyone could sign it as well as pick up their wands and wings so that once they would walk in they could be ready for pixie hollow.

My husband’s work bench was used to create Pixie Hollow with all the fairies, flowers, animals, tree trunks, and of course the food and goodies.

The girl’s table had a forest look with the tree centerpiece being the focal point each of the chairs had an organza bow with a different fairy attached except, for the birthday girl. Hers had Tinkerbell. As for the boys we created a Captain Hook table. We accented their chairs with hooks, and made pirate hats for them to wear.

The children had a blast playing in the tree house and swings. Afterwords they made their take home gifts. The girls colored fairy pictures while the boys made foam sword. It was a good time had by all.”

A huge thank you to Maylene of Malu Boutiques for sharing her daughter’s Pixie Hollow Birthday Party with us!  It is simply delightful!

VENDORS & CREDITS:
Invitations, Designing and Styling:  Malu Boutiques
Photography:  Santy Martinez
Tinkerbell’s House Cake and Cupcakes:  Sweet Treats by Cristy
Fondant Fairies:  Mimi café Union
Cake Pops, Apple Tarts, Chocolate covered Oreos, and macarons:  Sugar Fancies
Sugar Cookies:  Dainty Delights
Fondant Flowers on macaroons:  allaprimadesigns
Glittered Bon Bons:  Bedazzle My Bon Bons
Mini Butterflies: Lynlee’s Petite Cakes
Rice Paper Butterflies:  incrEDlBLEtoppers
Push Pop Containers:  CakesAndKids.com
Tinkerbell Tutu: Tini Posh
Headbands:  ElleBelle Couture
Tinkerbell shoes:  ShesSoCraftyGoods
Mini Bunting Banners:   The Purple Pug
Entrance sign: Peas & Thank You’s
Tulle Pom pom: Titi’s Tutu

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

Comments

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    says

    A very sweet party atmosphere for little girl : )
    Hoping she was having a nice day : )
    But I’m till wondering how they have made the -I think- pumpkin cake…

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