TEA PARTY

Cater­ing to fairies, goblins, in­sects and other gar­den crea­tures – as well as their par­ents – needn’t be an ex­pen­sive, stress­ful pur­suit. SARAH EBER­HARDT shows us how to plan ahead

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Delicious treats and crafts for a fairy party

Cre­ate a bud­get-friendly, mag­i­cal gar­den party for your lit­tle one, sure to de­light both the lit­tle and big guests. Be­cause, let’s face it, with a young child’s party you have as many par­ents to cater for as you do chil­dren. In my ex­pe­ri­ence, the par­ents love the party food, so here we have made nib­bles that will ap­peal to mums, dads and the kid­dies. To re­duce that dreaded party stress, fol­low our time­line. We’ve catered for 12 chil­dren and their par­ents, but you can re­duce or in­crease recipes to suit your num­ber of guests. You can also add other shop-bought good­ies, such as potato chips, cheese and crack­ers, etc, to eas­ily and in­ex­pen­sively bulk out the food con­tent of your party.

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