It’s cute! But, how do I turn a pink fairy princess nursery theme into a baby shower attended by grown-ups? We took a look around the web and found charming ideas for fairy cakes, butterfly decorations, even a tulip fairy costume for an attending toddler. Did you know that cupcakes were called fairy cakes until the American name “cupcake” took over? So get out your magic wand and celebrate all things pink, girlish and happy!
The table could be decorated in a couple different ways. You could choose soft pinks, add flowers and a fairy figurine or two, and create a charming tea party atmosphere.
Or, you could choose the woodland fairy theme with lots of green, a toadstool cake, and flower favors for the ladies in attendance. Perhaps your fairy theme could lean toward the cartoon look, with whimsical fairy art like the wall decals we found (below). Here are some shower ideas and supplies you may like:
Looking around, we found several princess-worthy party favors grown-ups may actually enjoy. Take a look at these finds including butterfly bookmarks and “wish upon a star” bottle stoppers. If you are leaning toward the woodland fairy look, these bobby pins with a flower attached could be fun to offer each guest as they join the party.
A nursery decorated in fairy princess theme is a celebration of girlish fun. Take a look at these wonderful nursery accents. Our favorites are the ones that will grow with the little princess as her room changes from nursery to a “big girl” room.
Gifts for the fairy princess nursery lend a touch of whimsey, and will be a crowd-pleaser at the shower. While flitting about the web, we found these adorable possibilities: a poseable fairy doll to add to the shelf… a hat fit for a fairy baby… and a special tooth fairy box.