After her 5-year-old daughter requested a fairy garden party, peacock chairs and a festive surprise, the mother revealed how she put together her daughter’s most magical birthday party ever.
Our stunning $3,000 birthday party was captured by a professional photographer, capturing magic and happiness in every frame.
Debbie Turberan of Perth passed her daughter’s request to Natalie Fisher of Party Perfection and came up with something Sophie and her friends would love.
A mother reveals how she put together her daughter’s most magical birthday party.
There was even a unicorn at the stunning fairy garden party
Stunning $3000 Birthday Party Photographed by Professional Photographer, Capturing Magic and Happiness in Every Frame
However, she was blown away by the whimsical scenes she created.
“The love and excitement my daughters had when they saw the party was surreal,” Mrs Turberan told FEMAIL.
“Just watching my little girl and her friends on their way to treasure hunt in their little clothes made them look like fairies from fairyland,” she said.
The girls were treated with “real-life fairies” who showed them themed costumes, little unicorns they could play with and ride, fairy fluff, and magic powder to tell stories of magical beings.
A 5-year-old girl was able to tell the fairies her wishes and was enchanted by the peacock chair she asked for.
In dozens of photos, the girl is seen listening and grinning
Their mother shared photos from the party on Instagram, 2hearts_1love.
“I was in tears. It was wonderful to see all the magical memories. But maybe next time,” said the doting mother.
“Whatever I envision, Nat makes it 100 times better. I love being able to be in just knowing that everything will be perfect,” she said.
Party creator Mrs. Fisher, 37, loves creating whimsical and magical experiences for her clients.
“It has to feel like magic,” she said of her party.
A 5-year-old requested a fairy garden party, a peacock chair, and a festive surprise.
All aspects of the party were planned by the party planner, including location, costumes, and surprises.
The planner had a guest list. This included the size of the guest’s party her dress.
“For me, it’s not just about making things that are aesthetically pleasing, I want people to have that experience.”
“I’ve found that people want something more magical, sophisticated, bespoke, and certainly whimsical. That’s why I tend to shy away from more commercial themes.
“Kids quickly forget the color of the tablecloth or the look of the cake, but they never forget the feeling,” she said.
Party Perfection does adult parties too, but we love creating events for tweens.
“I love throwing parties for kids ages 10 and up. They still want something magical, but they’re too old for kids’ parties.” I’m old,” she said.
Sophie in the picture loved her fifth birthday party, especially the fairies.
There was magic in every frame – including pixie floss machines and “real” pixie dust
Girls loved parties and moms loved the wonderful memories made with photos
The unicorn was a big hit with the partygoers. Sophie is riding a beautiful white horse.
What features helped make the party magical?
giant peacock chair
fairy garden table setting
special party costumes
The party was organized by Nat from Party Perfection. Nat put it all together and worked with her favorite ‘vendors’ in and around Perth.
The party planner has two sons who say they are “obsessed with party planning” and love creating birthday adventures for little girls.
“I’ve been in wholesale fashion for 15 years,” she said.
“I used to throw fancy dress parties for myself, always making a little extra – and ended up throwing parties for my sons. Because I’ve assembled a garage full of props. , friends urged me to do something with them.
“I turned that passion into a business.”
Little girls spent two hours in a magical fairyland. There, they went on a treasure hunt to find a gift for the birthday girl and used the wish dust of the fairies.
The girl’s mother said it was magical to see her children and their friends playing
She said it felt like her children were actually in fairyland.
Sophie didn’t know who was coming to her party. Her guest list was managed by her mother, her friends’ outfits were managed by Nat, and they were there to make sure everything ran smoothly on the day.
Sophie didn’t know who was coming to her party. Her mother took care of the guest list, Nat took care of her friends’ outfits, and Nat took care of the day to make sure everything went smoothly.
The party was held in a park with two small waterfalls that made it “feel super magical”.
Mrs. Turberan said it was worth having a photographer to capture the magic.