Faery Wicca is also known as Fairy Wicca and it is basically a broad term that consists of all the Wiccan traditions that stresses importance on the Fey (such as sprites, faeries, elves, gnomes, etc), the relation of the Fey with the natural world and also their teachings. This is the kind of tradition that that was founded by Kisma Stepanich, an author. Believers of this tradition are of the opinion that Faery Wicca has picked up the Tuatha De Danaan traditions. The Tuatha De Danaan is considered to be the mythological predecessor of the Celts. On the other hand, there are many people who are not of the same opinion and these are generally those individuals who know about the Celtic mythology and polytheism.
Faery Wicca is a tradition that has taken some elements from the Irish mythology, from different non-Celtic sources and also from the interpretation of the history of the Celts by Kisma Stepanich. This tradition has also been influenced by the author’s imagination of the Celts as well as the Celtic legend and pseudo history. There are some people who often confuse this tradition with Feri Wicca, a tradition started by Victor Anderson. Sometimes, people also spell it as fairy or faery and you have to keep in mind that it is not in any way connected to the Radical Faeries, a gay men’s group.