When guests arrived I had them "follow the wisps" that led to the party.
At the party's center was the witch's Crafty Carver Cottage (tent) with posters and inspirations from the movie . . . like "Never conjure where you carve."
Inside the tent I hung wooden wind chimes to add a musical element to the wood carving tent.
The kids then headed over to the spinner board to find out which clan they would belong to. They loved this part!
The birthday girl got her very own Princess Merida inspired dress, lovingly handmade by her Godmother who can make anything. What a lucky Goddaughter!
On to the Highland Games . . . the kids were so excited for this part. They lined up behind their clans' flag and took turns practicing their archery skills.
They had so much fun competing!
This was a home made piñata I created out of a pizza box. I just trimmed it into a circle and binded it with hot-glue. Then I filled it with candy and balloons and hot-glued streamers and a bear paw to the front.
After the cake and dessert table goodies were devoured the kids got to take home a treat bag in their clan colors and symbols.
Even my sweet Penny Lane got in on the action . . . she knew how to follow the wisps out to the party!
It was a fun filled party for all! My two best friends flew in to celebrate with their Godchildren and were such a huge help. I can't thank them enough for all of their support! xoxo