My friend Kirsty asked us to come up with an Enchanted Forest Theme for her little Girl’s 4th Birthday. Mia, the birthday girl, was adamant she wanted a deer head on the invite! So we obliged and created this invitation for her (which is included in the full party set)…BUT just wait until you see the party set-up, oh my, it turned out beautifully!!
Tadaaaaa! Look at the acorn cake pops! Kirsty’s hubby drilled holes in the wooden logs and we perched the pops in there. We draped the table and backdrop in “nature” – lots of greenery, branches, pine cones and few white florals.
The table was covered with a simple burlap table cloth and edged with a lace border.
“Moss” cupcakes with white sugar flowers on top…
Deer droppings are to be found in each and every enchanted forest in the world!
After getting some inspiration on Pinterest, I tried my hand at Moss cookies. You make sugar cookie dough, tint them dark green, bake them and then break a few to get some crumbs and turn the cookies over and sprinkle the crumbs onto the biscuits. The crumbs collect in the little crevices on the back of the cookies.
Acorn cake pops with a little shimmer of glitter.
Choc chip cookies! There was a lot of LOVE going around at this party…
The adult’s table fitted the theme with greens, whites and floral accents.
An up close of the carrot cake on the adult’s table…Kirsty made this mini cake bunting for it from the full party printable set.
The kiddies table was bright and full of color with a little added greenery.
Finger food never looked so good!
Mia’s whimsical flower crown, handmade by a local florist.
We handmade this wooden sign to welcome guests to the party! All you need is white paint, a wooden pole, some old planks and a few nails.
In keeping with the theme, Kirsty decided to give flowers away as the favors. They were potted in decorative cupcake cases and the Thank-You tags were attached with mini pegs.
Large pinwheels handmade by Kirsty’s mom.
Little girls love enchantment which makes an enchanted forest party theme a natural choice for your little nature-loving girl.
What People Ate
Butternut & Feta Quiche, Chocolate Brownies, Cheese Platter & Carrot Cake
What People Drank
Bottled Juice For The Kids Tea/ Coffee For The Adults
Birthday Cake, Acorn Cake Pops, “Moss” cupcakes, Deer droppings, Moss cookies and Choc chip cookies
In keeping with the theme, Kirsty decided to give flowers away as the favors. They were potted in decorative cupcake cases and the Thank-You tags were attached with mini pegs. Large pinwheels handmade by Kirsty’s mom.