The Peter Pan theme was pretty easy. I just needed to include pirates, Indians and fairies. No problem, right? Here was out pirate gear - mustaches and eye patches
Chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream frosting and shaved coconut.
The spread, complete with pirate ship mini cupcakes, bottles of fairy dust, teepees, fairy houses and pirate treasure.
The bottles of fairy dust where just cheapy bottle of bubbles emptied of their contents, spray painted gold and filled with superfine glitter. I hate glitter, by the way. Have i ever mentioned that before? Notice the mini fairy cakes (idea found on pinterest).
The kids made fairy houses. They are decorated with things from the back yard and fake flowers from the dollar store.
Pirate treasure, fairy cake and a captured Tinkerbell. The captured Tink was Ashni's idea.
Shadow cut outs of Peter, Tink, Wendy and Captain Hook.
Jena sporting a mustache and eye patch. This is, by far, the funniest think that I saw all day.
I mentioned that I hate glitter, so the fact that I actually provided glitter to about fifteen kids is completely insane. In my mind, they would take their fairy dust home and maybe spread a little magic here and there. What actually happened could be compared to, say, American Gladiators Glitter Edition. It was full on glitter war in the backyard. This is a small snippet of the carnage, The sparkle, oh, the sparkle. I am pretty sure that I will NEVER get all of the glitter out of my children's hair. Ever.