A Tinkerbell Birthday Party – Parisienne Farmgirl Entertains

Dec 27, 2011 | Full Time Family, Parisienne Farmgirl Entertains | 19 comments

How do you take a Mom’s love of a beautiful party and a sweet daughter’s love of Tinkerbell and meld them into a gorgeous, Christmas Eve Birthday Brunch?
I know there are some Mom’s who have chosen not to introduce their daughters to the Disney girls… and I know there are some that probably go over board on the entire “Princess” “Fairy” thing.
I’m not really down with everything my girl’s own being stamped “Princess” but dang, I loved Cinderella and Tinkerbell as a girl… why shouldn’t they experience some magic too?
For their parties I try to blend and adult look with a child’s look.  It’s a little girl’s party and a Momma’s chance to entertain.  LeeLee and I were thrilled with this year’s results!
We started with two questions:
Do you want a Hello Kitty Party or a Tinkerbell party?
Do you want a cake or a macaron tower?

It was Tinker all the way and the decision for the macaron tower was easy.  When I make macs the kids get the broken or imperfect ones.  Amélie was THRILLED at the idea of a ton of macs being made just for her.  And of course, she put in the request for lots of pixie dust.
Big brother had the GREAT idea to put a Tinker doll on the top!  See the gold pixie dust?
Next step:
Green and silver vintage ornaments
gold chargers
My prized antique green and cream Bavarian china
and a $20.00 trip to Party City for all the fairy stuff!

Other touches include Marie Antoinette style champagne glasses (found this fall at the Goodwill) and new (old) cutlery from my local favorite thrift shop, a giant scrap of satin I found in the linen closet, two bouquets from Trader Joe’s.
HINT:  When someone brings you that two foot long bunch of flowers from the grocery store you’re always left scrambling for a vase and often they are still teeteringly tall.  Just lop them off and find a creative container instead.  For this party I used two etched wine glasses.  Instantly $6.00 floral bunches take on a very stylish look.

A simple brunch of fruit salad, sausage, scrambled eggs with herbs de provence and feta cheese, and of course, Amélie’s Great, Great Gramma’s cinnamon rolls complete with purple frosting and pixie dust!

Fairy wings from Auntie Chels.

How in the world is this sweet baby already four years old?
Here we were again, on another “Morn Before Christmas” reveling in the joy and laughter she brings to this family.

I love you baby girl.
Je t’aime.
Je t’aime.

19 Comments

  1. Stephanie

    I love it. Everything is so sweet, especially her!

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  2. Heather's Blog-o-rama

    HOw fun 🙂 🙂 You’re creating some really special memories for your precious little one 😉 🙂 Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather 🙂

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  3. debbie h.

    Absolutely beautiful Angela. What a wonderful, fairytale party. And you look absolutely radiant in your picture. Your love of your life shines through your eyes and soul.
    Debbie 🙂

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  4. Old Centennial Farmhouse

    Oh! Just beautiful! All of it and most especially the birthday girl! What a sweet, sweet day, mama!
    xoxo
    Joni

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  5. Priscilla

    Happy Birthday Amélie!
    My goodness you look so pretty in your beautiful new dress. Just like a French fashion model. Love the peacock feathers, too. You are such a lucky little girl to have a wonderful mama who loves you so much, and such a nice family to share.

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  6. Deanna

    Swwweeeeettt!

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a blessed new year!
    God bless,
    d

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  7. weissbunt

    Happy belated Birthday Amelie! This party looks like you had a lot of fun :-).

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  8. It's me

    What a sweetie !!! just like her mom……ow that macrone tower !!!!!!!! delicious !!….happy birthyday for your girl mom……love from me…xxx…

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  9. Valerie

    Lovely birthday party for a Christmas baby! Beautiful shot of the two of you!!!

    Merry Christmas

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  10. Ggomez

    Angela you inspire!
    You make a fairy tale party girls of all ages
    Love!
    You made a beautiful birthday party stand out in the Christmas season,not a small task!

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  11. Dorothy

    You have some of the sweetesst ideas for parties and needless to say the most adorable little girl.
    Happy late Birthday little one who we all know will grow up too soon.
    PS: I want a macaroon tower for my birthday party. LOL

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  12. La joie d'apprendre!

    So pretty! You are very talented 🙂
    Happy Birthday little girl!

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  13. Corrina

    I love the fact that you effortlessly incroporated a birthday party to still look like a birthday with Christmas decor! Well done and what a gorgeous little girl- happy birthday to her and seasons greetings to all of you xxCorrina.

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  14. A Cottage Muse

    Happy Birthday to your little fairy princess (Tink is my girl’s fave too!)!!

    You created a beautiful setting to celebrate and I love the sprinkle of whimsy on your table!

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  15. à la parisienne

    Angela,
    GORGEOUS party!! LeeLee looks très belle in her Christmas dress and hair piece-bravo!!!

    The tinkerbell on top of the macaron tower was the perfect touch-way to go Aidan!!
    Amelia has one little Tinkerbell doll and although she has yet to actually watch Tinkerbell, she LOVES it too.

    Your new Bavarian china is a show stopper. I’m hoping to find a beautiful set of china one of these days…patience, patience…

    Beautiful job on the fête and the macarons!!!

    Mandy

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  16. Dolisa

    Just…too beautiful! Happy Birthday!

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  17. STORIES Photography

    Good grief, I havent had internet since Dec 12 so I’m loving this catching up. Simply beautiful. I may need some help come March 19-23rd.

    Aunt Julee

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  18. Bliss

    Beautiful girls and beautiful kids in this family. I see your mother in you, you are a young Savvy City Farmer!

    ~Bliss~

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