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Suffolk princess party business A Fairytale Fantasia helps Bury St Edmunds birthday girl have happy ending





When six-year-old Violet Smith missed out on having pictures taken with princesses at her Frozen themed party she felt left out in the cold.

The birthday girl from Bury St Edmunds turned six in November and celebrated with the help of princess party company, A Fairytale Fantasia.

However, when it was time to have photos taken, Violet, who had become tired and overwhelmed, had a meltdown and was the only one to miss out on the photo opportunity.

Violet Smith, six, missed out on having photos taken at her Frozen themed party. Picture: Andy Abbott
Violet Smith, six, missed out on having photos taken at her Frozen themed party. Picture: Andy Abbott
Violet was thrilled that her birthday celebrations were complete. Picture: Andy Abbot
Violet was thrilled that her birthday celebrations were complete. Picture: Andy Abbot

But fairytale magic was in the air and all around on Saturday when Josie May, actress and founder of the princess party business, invited Violet along for photos as she was to perform at another child's party in the town.

Mum Zoe said: “Violet was really excited. I just thought it was really kind of Josie.

Performer and owner of A Fairytale Fantasia, Josie May, invited Violet to come back and have photos taken. Picture: Andy Abbott
Performer and owner of A Fairytale Fantasia, Josie May, invited Violet to come back and have photos taken. Picture: Andy Abbott

"It was thoughtful to think of Violet considering it was a couple of months ago.”