NEW Children’s Themed Parties at Little Stars Party Company

For your little star’s next birthday, choose from the following themes: IMG_2608 EDITED

  • Little Ladies Tea Party
  • Royal Princess Party
  • Fairy Garden Party
$100 for DIY- NEW lower price (collect the themed party package, set up yourself and return package after the party).
** Complete Party Set Up is also available- Please contact us for a quote.
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Choosing a theme for your child’s birthday party


The first step in creating a magical birthday party for your little star, is choosing a theme. This will allow you to personalise the party by incorporating their favourite colour, movie, tv show, book, character, or any other interests they may have. The easiest way to do this is ask them what they would like, I am sure they will have plenty of ideas! You then may need to simply guide them towards a theme that is realistic in terms of cost and difficulty.

There are so many ways you can then incorporate your chosen theme into the party:Phototastic-2014-04-13-09-31-54

  • Inviting the guests to dress up
  • Decorations
  • Invitations
  • Food & drinks
  • Venue
  • Entertainment
  • Lolly buffet
  • Gift bags

What themes have you created for birthday parties recently? Was it a hit?

Source: Pinterest

Fairy Wands

To add a bit of pizzazz to your party food table, I always think you need to add a little height!  We have a gorgeous fairy party this weekend, and I thought every fairy needs a wand, and these little beauties were created.

Fairy Wand Biscuits

Fairy Wand Biscuits

Here is the recipe…

  • 1 cup caster sugar
  • 125 g butter, melted
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup self-raising flour
  • 1 cup plain flour
  • 1 lightly beaten egg
  • 20 plain popsicle sticks


  • 1 cup Icing sugar, 3 tsp milk and rose pink food colouring
  • Pink sprinkles


Melt the butter in the microwave or on the stove and pour over the sugar.

Put the rest of the ingredients into the bowl and stir to combine.  It will turn out like a lovely dough.

You will then be able to roll the dough out onto a floured surface.  Mine were a bit thick, but 1cm is the maximum thickness – (needs to be thick enough to hold the popsicle stick).

Once the dough is rolled out, use your star shape to make the stars, and then place onto a baking paper lined tray.  Then carefully push the popsicle stick into each star!  This recipe should make about 20 biscuits.

Bake on 160 (fan forced) for about 15 minutes.  Let the biscuits rest to cool, and they will harden.

Finally just mix 1 cup of icing sugar with a drop of rose pink food colouring and paste the lovely mixture over your biscuits.  Then sprinkle your sprinkles over the top.

I finished mine off with a little ribbon tied around the popsicle stick.

🙂  Happy baking.



Favourites: Etsy

Who doesn’t love Etsy? There are so many party things to be found on Etsy. From invites, to decorations, to costumes and party bag favours, there is not much you can’t find to fit whatever theme you have chosen.

From time to time we are going to share some of our favourite Etsy finds with you to check out. Here are some of our favourites right now.

Clockwise, from top right:Phototastic-2014-03-31-10-24-00

Tissue Paper Pom Poms

Rainbow Party Favors – Cupcake mix

1st Birthday Party Hats

Rainbow Cake Bunting