Fairy Wands! These were super easy and made a really cute centerpiece in a vase. I bought these 3/$1 at the Dollar Tree and then put some glitter glue on them and used a thumb-tack in the tops to attatch a few pieces of randomly cut ribbon. These were a big hit and I would definitely do them again!
Makeup! All of the girls got fairy makeup in their color of choice and then topped off with a heavy dose of glitter. Electric Blue was my most requested color, which was surprising. I was ready to put pink on 7 girls! Oh, and of course, all the girls got wings. I managed to find these at a fantastic price, $1.50/pair at http://www.haloheaven.com/
We started out coloring pictures of fairies; this was a great activity because not everyone arrived at the same time. I set the talbe and the side table using some vintage sheets and tablecloths from my collection. You can't see it terribly well, but in the center of the talbe is a birdcage that I decorated with some fabric flowers and then placed a fairy figurine inside with some glitter. The girls LOVED that!
We played a game next; Pin the Wings on the fairy. It was a lot of fun and the girls certainly giggled a lot. I just drew the back of a fairy on a piece of posterboard and then cut out a pair of fairy wings and put some tape on the back. Super easy! Nobody even cared that my fairy was lopsided and ill proportioned ;)
Next it was bubble time. Best $1 I've ever spent. Seriously. We also painted flower sun catchers, but I didn't get any good pictures of that. I found a package of 12 at Michael's for $4 and used my 40% off coupon. It was a bit messy, so be sure you have a plastic tablecloth that you can just throw away, but it was lots of fun.
Time for cupcakes and icecream! Nothing complicated here either. I had some sprinkles on hand and some pink glitter-gel. I found a template for cupcake wrappers and traced some pink and lavendar scrapbook paper I had on hand. They were cute and definitely not perfect!
We brought out the Birthday Girl's cupcake on a silver candle holder I had. She thought that was really cool!