The cake for this party is ABSOLUTELY to die for! It is FANTASTIC people! There are several detailed pics and you won’t want to miss ANY of the details! It’s simply magical! I’m totally in love with the edible fairy wands that were created as well. What a GREAT and SIMPLE idea! Who can’t make rice crispy treats?! Anyone could do that…and everyone will think you are AMAZING!
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Enjoy the Bloom Girls’ party…..
The Woodland Fairies would like to invite you…..
I have always loved planning my children’s birthday parties! For Madison’s 3rd birthday, a friend and I, had a “joint” party for our girls (who are best friends!)
I made all the food and we had their party at a local gym. I made the invitations which included a custom poem inviting fairies and princes from the entire kingdom to attend and tied each one with a ribbon. My friend bought the girls matching fairy outfits and I took their picture on my front porch for the front of the invitation.
Madison’s cake was my biggest challenge !
The invitation: (Madison is on the left)
Madison’s Cake: This was my first attempt at fondant.
Everything on the cake is edible except the fairies. The little butterflies are made entirely of royal icing and decorated with edible glitter
All the flowers are made from royal icing and the middle layer is coated with clear gel icing and course sugarThe top was dusted with a thin layer of edible pink pearl powderI made “fairy wands” from rice krispie treats and pretzel rods. I sprinkled color sugar around the outside.Each one was covered in plastic, tied with a ribbon and placed in a basketThere were flower shaped sandwiches for the children and croissant sandwiches for the adults. Fruit and marshmallow ka-bobs, chips, fairy punch and cake! The partyware was flower fairies by Cecily Mary Barker. (She is one of my favorite artists and I am currently painting Madison’s bathroom with some of her fairies)
Each girl received a fairy flower skirt and head piece and each boy received a crown (pictured above on the food table) and a blow up sword.
The kids and adults all had a great time!
Blessings! Karyn, The Bloom Girls