Purple Pear organic farm hosted their first kids birthday party recently.
I had the pleasure of helping Kate run the party.
The party was simple, waste-free, natural, preservative-free and best of all the birthday girls' parents didn't have to organise a thing.
The food was simple - fruit kebabs, pop corn and vegetable sticks and hummus. A natural cordial was served in old glass soda stream bottles. The gorgeous sweet bees drink labels printed on recycled paper are from you make do™ and inspired a sweet bees party kit.
A special birthday chair was dedicated to gift opening.
Kate re-purposed some old milk bottles as baskets for animal food (stale bread collected from a local shop).
Guests got to feed the ducks and chickens, collect the eggs, munch on beans straight from the garden, nurse guinea pigs and feed the pony.
The birthday cake was a beautiful simple banana cake decorated with edible Nasturtiums and enjoyed with a honey berry smoothie.
Kate then told a seasonal story about Sunflowers and the party guests got to collect their own Sunflower seeds to take home with a teeny jar of honey.
I've excitedly booked a party for Little Eco's upcoming fifth birthday party. I'm thrilled that I can outsource and still get a simple and waste-free party.
For more information and to book your own organic farm birthday party contact Kate from Purple Pear Organic Farm.