Aug 23, 2011

Tooth Fairy Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

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Baking is a perennially popular activity for little girls’ birthday parties. Renee, of The Creative Orchard, sent us her version of this idea, featuring the Tooth Fairy. The little bakers decorated molar-shaped cookies and cupcake “sundaes” using a rainbow of sprinkles that Renee displayed in a station she created. Incisor-inspired treats included toothbrush pretzels, chocolate tooth wands, meringue toothpaste, candy necklaces affixed to a “Sweet Tooth Chart,” lik-m-tongue depressors and Wrigley’s Dessert Delights gum. Chairs were covered with child-size aprons and decorated with tiny tooth fairy pillows. Toothbrushes were provided post-party, so the children could get their teeth back to sparkling shape that would make the tooth fairy proud.

Want to throw a baking birthday party? For more ideas, click here and here.

Sources

Printable Party Designs: Tooth Fairy Collection from the Creative Orchard Shop

Click here to get a tutorial on the DIY Tooth Pillow.

 

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  • OH MY GOSH, THIS IS SOOOOOOOOO CUTE! 🙂 I LOVE IT! ADORABLE!

  • This is sooooo adorable! What a cute idea … especially those pretzel tooth brush treats!

  • Super cute! I always love what The Creative Orchard does!

  • adorable!!!!!!

  • What a fun idea for a party!

  • Awww this is so super cute!

  • Lisa

    SO Creative! I love this party idea! Great job!!

  • kate

    The Mouthwash Punch is a really BAD idea!!! Otherwise the ideas are cute

    • Even though the mouthwash is not real, it is punch. I didn’t think of it as a “bad” idea but you are probably right Kate.