The Fairyblossom Festival brought fantasy and fun to Chehalis this weekend, as it opened for a second year at Yard Birds Saturday and Sunday. 

Fairies, princes, princesses, mythical creatures, pirates and cosplayers of all varieties were invited.

Ammie Hague, of Fantasy Arts and Entertainment, which organizes the festival, told The Chronicle last week it is a fantasy festival, and is inclusive of all elements of fantasy, including science fiction.

“Everyone can come out and have good time,” she said. “Everybody can been included. That’s the whole idea of fantasy — to get as much of an array as you can.”

Enjoy these photographs of the event, taken by Chronicle Visuals Editor Pete Caster. 

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