Fairy Party Games and Activity Ideas

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Welcome to part 3 of my fairy tea party ideas post. I hosted a summertime fairy tea party for my daughter’s 9th birthday, and I’m sharing all the details to inspire you and help you plan your fairy party! In parts 1 and 2, I shared my fairy tea party decoration ideas and food ideas. Now, the fun continues with these fairy party games and activity ideas!

Fairy Party Games and Activity Ideas

Find Your Fairy Name

So many lovely fairy tea party ideas!

When the guests first arrived at the party, we used my printable fairy name sign to discover each of their fairy names. The girls wrote their fairy names on the matching fairy party tent cards. Then we placed them at their seats at the table for place cards!

Make a Fairy Flower Crown

After doing their fairy name place cards, the girls created fairy flower crowns to wear at the party.

Fairy party games and activities: make a flower crown craft!

Fairy party games and activities: make a flower crown craft!

We used decorative twine and paper craft flowers that came with wire on them. We just wrapped the wire around the twine to secure them on, so all of the little guests were able to make their own.

So many lovely fairy tea party ideas!

They wore their crowns for tea, and then took them home as party favors.

Fairy Scavenger Hunt

After tea, the girls did a fairy scavenger hunt. These printable scavenger hunt cards are available from my shop, and you can edit them to include any items you like!

Fairy party game idea - have a fairy scavenger hunt! Lovely printable and customizable fairy scavenger hunt cards!

I included six items naturally found in our yard: leaf, pine cone, twig, rock flower, and moss. I also included six “lost things” that fairies might use and perhaps hide in the yard: key, thimble, spool, bell, gold coin, paint brush.

So many great fairy party games and activity ideas!

The girls had a lot of fun searching, and they all wanted to keep the scavenger cards afterwards. I gave them each a pretty new pencil to use and keep.

That was all the organized fun we had time for, because the girls had a nice long tea, and enjoyed some free play too.

This concludes my fairy tea party ideas post, but if you missed it the previous parts or want to go back and pin them, here are the links:

Fairy Tea Party part 1: Decorations

Fairy Tea Party part 2: Food

I hope I was able to inspire you and lend some ideas for your fairy tea party! Thanks for visiting, and please Pin this post for later and to share with others!

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So many lovely fairy tea party ideas!

Courtney


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