Wizard of Oz Party Details:
This is what Clair said about planning the party- “The birthday girl dressed as Dorothy, while guests were invited to dress as a farm boy or girl.
The children’s table was covered with a blue and white gingham tablecloth, and was adorned with white daisies, wire fruit stands and metal vessels. The children ate corn on the cob, mini hotdogs, strawberries and fairy bread from from wicker baskets filled with gingham napkins and drank from mini glass milk bottles printed with pale blue bunting, filled with blue and white striped paper straws. White garden chairs were tied with gingham, and blue and white gingham bunting hung around the table and the garden.
The backdrop for the dessert table was a rich blue sky and rainbow, and a 3D miniature hot air balloon. The colourful sweet feast included rainbow coloured jello and drinks, and a Wizard of Oz themed cake, which included a fondant apple tree, corn fields, emerald city, yellow brick road and Dorothy’s ruby slippers. Character vanilla cupcakes of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Lion, Tin Man, Glinda the Good Witch and Wicked witch were also served. As well sugar cookies in the shape of ruby slippers, Tin Man Heart and Good Witch crowns were enjoyed. Giant rainbow lollipops decorated with gingham ribbons and rainbow candy completed the sweet treat offering.
The children were entertained with pony rides and Aunt Em’s petting farm, which included goats, lambs, a pig, rabbits, ducks and many other farm animals. The animals were a huge hit with the four year old audience.
The Good Witch Glinda (sister – Maddi); the Scarecrow (cousin – Eden) and the Wicked Witch (friend Tess) roamed the party entertaining the children. They also ran party games including pass the parcel and served food to the children. A craft table lovingly cared for by Glinda offered wand making and face painting. A vintage style bicycle with wicker basket filled with red poppies, provided transport for the Wicked Witch, and gnarly tree covered with red apples competed the setting”.
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