Little Girls Birthday Party Tea Party Club
Tea Party Club
  From Girls to Ladies, With Just One Party

Fairy Forest Tea Party

The "Fairy Forest Tea Party" focuses on the etiquette skill; a lady cherishes the earth. A true lady knows that her home encompasses the whole earth and she knows that it is her honor to do her part in helping to take care of this earth and the living things around her. The game, activity and etiquette lesson in this tea party, are sweet reminders to help young girls recognize these responsibilities. The host will be giddy with excitement as she learns how to create a beautiful mini fairy garden and fairy doors, along with a couple of gnome houses. Oh this is going to be great fun!!! Perfect for any occasion, including birthdays, this tea party is simply adorable!!


Tea Party Kit Includes:

  • Introduction
  • Letter to Parents
  • 8 Invitations & 8 Envelopes
  • 10 Place Card Settings Drink & Food
  • Labels
  • Several Supplies for Decorations
  • Activity Page (including craft & game)
  • Treat & Drink Recipes
  • Etiquette Lesson (taught by the host)
  • Shopping List
  • Planner Calendar
  • 8 7” Plates
  • 16 Napkins
  • 10 Paper Straws
  • Fancy Scissors
  • 1 Wooden Birdhouse
  • 1 Pack River Rocks
  • 1 Plant Holder Bottom
  • 8 Wooden Embellishments
  • 2 Rolls of Tulle
  • 8 Glass Vintage Jars
  • 6 Butterflies
  • 8 Wooden 5x7” Plaques
  • 2 Wooden Round Tops
  • 8 Wooden Beads

For ages 7-14 years

Additional craft supplies will be needed to complete the suggested projects to personalize your party.


A Note to Parents:

Hello Parents,

I hope you are excited to help your child put together a lovely party. This is not just a party, but a wonderful opportunity for your child to learn some life long skills that will bless their lives for years to come. I do not want this party to be a source of stress, tension or especially a financial burden, so please please just do what works for you and your family. However, allow your child to be in charge as much as possible. If the planning calendar is followed and if you and your child sit down together and discuss needs, time table, finances, food, etc., and then you all adhere to your plan, your child will be exposed to and have the potential to learn the following skills:

addressing and mailing
crafting skills
being a great host
being a true lady
and more

Parents, have fun and remember that allowing our children to try and fail and try again and succeed and to be supportive and positive is what allows our children to strengthen their wings so they can one day fly.

Very best,
Monica Irvine