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Footage from our latest Fairy Party. Thanks for watching.
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As I blogged last week, we had our most important party of the year in the studio on Saturday. OK, I know the year was only two weeks old, but still….
For those who missed my last posting, our very important guest hostess at Saturday’s photo pamper party was none other than my daughter, celebrating her fifth birthday with her friends. Although we do pamper parties all the time, it is not often that we play host to such young ladies and I was more than a little nervous about how it would turn out, particularly as Little Miss Lipgloss was very specific about her requirements.
Looking back on it now I don’t know why I was so worried. It ended up being one of my favourite parties ever. The girls, all dressed in their finest fairy princess outfits, were all beautifully behaved. Everyone had a fantastic time and the photos? Well, I think they speak for themselves. Jude excelled herself. I have seen Jude work many many times, but even my breath was taken away when I saw just how beautiful my little fairy princess looks on her photographs. Yes, I know I am biased, but judge for yourselves….
I brought my own fairy wings out of storage especially for the occasion and a great time was had by all. A dozen sparkly pink cupcakes from local cake supplier Emma Bakes Cupcakes put the finishing touches to what was a lovely day. I’m glad it is only once a year though.
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We have our best fairy wings at the ready this week for a very very important guest at the studio. This weekend we will be hosting a birthday party for my daughter, aka Little Lipgloss.
She may be only five years old, but Miss Lipgloss has very firm ideas about what she wants. Unlike Mummy, she couldn’t care less about a vintage style pamper party. She is not interested in stuff from the “old days” as she puts it. No, her party has to have a fairy princess theme. There should be pink, sparkly cupcakes, Abba to dance to and glitter. Lots of glitter.
I have to confess that I am more than a little anxious about this party. I have done so many pamper parties that I could almost do them in my sleep without breaking a sweat, especially the little girl parties, which are always great fun. But I guess it is different when it is your own child’s party. As mother of the party girl I not only have to fret about who is coming or not coming, plus whether I have remembered everything (and everyone). But I have double the usual worry about whether it will be a success and everyone will enjoy themselves because my skills will be very much on show to the mothers of my daughter’s friends, who I see in the playground every day.
As this is Mini-Me’s first year at school this is the first time I have had to organise a proper party for her with all the attached dramas of who to invite and who to leave out. We only have limited space in the studio, so we had to be selective. So on top of everything else I have to worry whether anyone will be offended by not being included. The boys for example Even so, I’m not sure Jude is going to know what has hit her when she is confronted by a mob of marauding little girls. He he, I’m sure she’ll love it.
So, better go and make sure I have plenty of glitter in my makeup box and polish up my best fairy wings. I will post some photos of the party next week (or more likely Jude will), but for now, here is my little fairy princess the last time Jude persuaded her to pose for her.