ask-the-pf-home-page-photo1Looking for the parties we stage for you? Visit  www.partyfairy.com

Looking for a Complete Fairy Party in a box? See what’s included in ours by visiting http://thepartyfairy.wordpress.com/fairy-parties-to-go

         Thank you for visiting this site! You’ll find quite a few ideas, inspiration and some tried-and-true advice in the articles featured in the list at the right of your screen. 

          Here’s how to use this site. First, read the Tips articles from the list at right to see some suggestions for adding basic structure to your party. These suggestions are designed to help you create a simple-to-follow framework that will keep things under control and allow the children to have a great time without chaos.  Once you have a basic party plan in place, begin to customize by deciding on the specific crafts and activities to use at your party.

        Are you having a Fairy theme? A Pirate theme? A Princess theme? Find your theme in the menu at right and you’ll see articles outlining very inexpensive crafts and activities for your party.  (For a Fairy Theme, for example, we feature articles on making your own fairy costume, making a fairy wind chime, making a Fairy Princess Goblet, and building a fairy house) have already been added to our Fairy Party section in the list at right.  More will be added in the future. 

           Eventually, this site will offer full menu suggestions, costume ideas, games, crafts and activity suggestions for many different party themes, and serve as a helpful resource for moms planning their own parties.  It takes quite a while to add all that content (my stubborn magic wand just won’t take care of that for me!) so check back often to see what’s been added. Themes for boys you can expect to see featured here in the future include Pirate and Superhero.

             In the meantime, if you have your own questions about a party you’re planning, I would love to answer them. Please post them under comments on the “Ask The Party Fairy” page.  Just click on Go-Ahead; Ask the Party Fairy in the menu at the right side of this page.

              And here are some links to some other Party Fairy articles which may  be helpful to you as you plan your child’s party:

             “How to Plan a Child’s Pirate Party” offers age-by-age guidelines and ideas for the best pirate parties at http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-plan-a-child’s-pirtate-party

             “Best Ideas for Planning a Ben 10-Themed Birthday Party” for little boys who love this alien-morphing superhero can be found at http://hubpages.com/hub/BestBen10birthdaypartyideas

                “How to Plan a Fairy Party for Less Than Fifty Dollars” can be found at http://hubpages.com/hub/plan-a-fairy-party-for-less-than-fifty-dollars 

                “Too Old for Tinkerbell? Enchanting Fairy Party Ideas for Girls of All Ages” offers ideas for a Fairy Spa Party and more at http://hubpages.com/hub/ageguideandideasforfairyparties

                “Shopping for a Fairy Party in a Box? What You Need to Know” at http://hubpages.com/hub/shopping-for-a-fairy-party-in-a-box offers insight into what’s really inside those party packages sold across the web.

                “Princesses Don’t Eat Pizza: A Royal Primer for Planning a Princess Party Menu” offers some fun and simple alternatives to pizza at http://hubpages.com/hub/PrincessPartyMenu



  1. jodie Says:

    Hello party fairy,
    I am just wanting to know what age girls stop having fairy partys? my daughter loves fairys but im thinking shes too old know and cant have them. if you could let me know what you think that would be great.

  2. askthepartyfairy Says:

    Hi, Jodie
    There’s no specific age when the magic fades…Just as every girl loses her first tooth at a different age, every girl moves beyond make-believe on her own schedule.
    And, since Fairy parties are as different as the girls who have them, it’s possible for a girl who loves fairies to enjoy the Fairy theme well past the preschool and early elementary years. Even teens can enjoy the right Fairy party! It’s all a matter of how the party is structured, which activities are offered and how the fairy ambiance is created.
    Here’s a link to an article I’ve written on HubPages with some ideas for Fairy parties that appeal to older girls:
    I’m also sending you an email with more information. And thank you for asking!
    The Party Fairy

  3. fairy party Says:

    Good to see others spreading fairy wishes across the land! =)

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