October 29th, 2014 | Comments

HALLOWEEN PARTY IDEAS from STYLISH KIDS’ PARTIES

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Halloween is one of those holidays that evoke such happy childhood memories for me, including colorful costumes, festive school parties and trick or treating in the neighborhood.  It’s an ideal time to host an after-school party, offering a quick snack for the kids and an opportunity to chat with the parents before trick or treating commences.

book store listingIn today’s post, I’m sharing a few simple ideas for creative desserts that could be used as a school treat or as part of a party spread.  It also includes a couple of creative décor DIY projects and a few “tricks” that will make you the most stylish mom on the block.  All of these ideas are from my book, Stylish Kids’ Parties.

My book makes it a snap to plan, design and execute festive kids’ parties that wow adults and thrill little ones! Filled with 12 creative and colorful party ideas, Stylish Kids’ Parties shows you how to confidently tackle party preparation by using color palettes and themes that carry through–from invitations and decorations to party favors and treats. Complete with DIY tips, recipes, projects, themed activities and templates, you’ll love these party ideas for boys and girls, first birthday celebrations, baby showers and holiday gatherings.

Order your signed copy HERE.  It makes a great holiday gift, too!

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DIY Project:

Reinvent the traditional paper chain garland with this fresh update.  Using 5” pieces of patterned ribbons in my color palette, and double-stick tape, I created this garland in no time flat.  It’s very lightweight, so you can hang it virtually anywhere.  I love it hanging as decoration off of our jumbo balloons!

pumpkin jelloDIY Decor:

Mini spoons and forks are a fun accessory for individual sized desserts.  Embellish your utensils with glitter, ribbon or washi tape.  I dipped these mini wood spoon handles into craft glue and then into silver glitter.  I love the touch of shimmer they added to the table.

DSC_0931DIY Party Favor Tags:

As a child, seeing your name on a party favor or gift is a big delight.  Dress up your basic party favor bags with kraft paper tags dipped in glitter.

whoopie piesKelly’s Halloween Whoopie Pie Recipe:

Whoopee pies are a little chocolate cake sandwich with a creamy filling; a timeless treat that can be embellished for any holiday or theme party.  Add Halloween sprinkles to this whoopee pie recipe to make them party-ready.

Whoopee Pie Cake Ingredients:

6 Cups All-Purpose Flour

2 Cups Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

3 Cups Sugar

1 Tsp Baking Powder

1 Tbl Baking Soda

1 Tsp Salt

1 ¼ Cup Butter

4 Eggs

3 Cups Milk

1/3 Cup Vegetable Oil

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

In the bowl of your stand mixer, beat together sugar, butter and eggs until combined.  Add the vegetable oil and vanilla extract and mix again.

In a separate bowl, combine all of the dry ingredients and being to slowly add the mixture to the egg mixture.  Continue beating until the ingredients are well combined.  Slowly start incorporating the milk into the bowl as you continue to mix on a slow speed.

Using an ice cream scoop (for consistent size), scoop out an even number of scoops onto a baking sheet.  Bake for 10-12 minutes. Let cool completely before filling.

Whoopee Pie Filling Ingredients:

3 cups confectioners’ sugar

1 cup shortening

1/3 cup whole milk, at room temperature

1 cup marshmallow fluff

1 pinch salt

Directions:

In the bowl of your electric mixer, combine all of the dry ingredients. Add the whole milk to the bowl and beat well until you reach a creamy consistency.

Pipe the filling in between to cake cookies and the roll the sides in Halloween sprinkles.

October 28th, 2014 | Comments

THE GRUMPY CAT HALLOWEEN PARTY

introAs you know, this season I have partnered with Friskies and Petsmart to throw a fabulous Grumpy Cat themed Halloween party for my friends and family.  In the last couple of weeks, I shared a very simple party decoration that makes a big impact for very little effort.  Check out my paper fan halloween decorations here.  My meringue ghosts and pumpkin soda bottles were a hit – and oh, so simple to create.  (A perfect idea for you to recreate for your kids this weekend!) And last week, I shared two simple DIY projects: a candy corn paper cone for party favors and a glittered initial pumpkin!  Today, I’m so excited to share the full details of my pumpkin-carving party!

DSC_0823This party was centered around The Grumpy Cat and the amazing pumpkin stencil that Friskies is providing. If you would like to carve the perfect Grumpy Cat Pumpkin (or “Grumpkin”).  Friskies and Petsmart were kind enough to provide us with a downloadable template to make that part a snap. You can join the fun by downloading the Grump-O-Lantern stencil available at PetSmart.com/friskies and uploading images of your personal Grump-O-Lantern, including the #Grumpkin hashtag and #ThePartyDress hashtag.

kidsI invited over my favorite little people and their parents for a festive pumpkin carving party, full of cute costumes and sweet treats.

DSC_0675I set my tables with bold black and white buffalo check tablecloths, and embellished them with classic Halloween colors: orange, green and a touch of purple.  The kids placesettings held a mini pumpkin with their initial glittered on it.  (see my post here for the DIY tips) These were a hit!

kids pumpkinFor a centerpiece, I piled up mini white pumpkins on a cake stand, and embellished a few with glittered polka dots and ribbon.  I also created black cat centerpiece sticks to put in pots full of wheat grass, one of my signature party decor ideas.  I loved the pop of green on the table!

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My paper fan party decorations hung on the walls behind the dessert table and made for a great photo backdrop.  (get the DIY tips here)

diy projectThe kids LOVED their orange soda pumpkin bottles (get my DIY tips here), and the rest of the drinks were dressed up with paper cups and pumpkins straws.

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pumpkin strawsThe sweet treats are ALWAYS the big excitement at a party.  I pulled together this festive dessert table using sweets from the grocery store and embellishing them with a few custom creations.

dessert table 2The table included cupcakes and brownie bites embellished with fondant cats and pumpkins by Edible Details, an oreo cookie “cake”, sugar cookies, tubes of candy corn from candywarehouse.com with “meow” flags on them, marshmallow “ghost” bags, and my meringue ghosts (see my recipe here).  I added a couple of 36″ orange balloons, and grass plants with my black cat centerpiece sticks for accents.

DSC_0777cupcakesDSC_0771dessertsThe kids had a blast, and it was so fun to get together and have another opportunity for them to wear their costumes!  Here is a picture of my little lion:

lionAs a party favor, I sent the kids home with “candy corn” paper cones full of candy!  You can download the template to make the cones here.  It was such a great party to throw, and the kids all LOVE the Grumpy Cat!

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As a reminder, Friskies will donate $500 to PetSmart Charities on behalf of the blogger whose audience uploads the most #Grumpkin images.  Don’t forget to tag #ThePartyDress, too!  So grab that pumpkin stencil off their website and show us your creative pumpkins!

THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. THE PARTY DRESS HAS RECEIVED PAYMENT, TRADE AND/OR PRODUCTS FROM FRISKIES IN EXCHANGE FOR PROMOTION, HOWEVER ALL IDEAS AND OPINIONS STATED ARE MY OWN.

October 21st, 2014 | Comments

DIY HALLOWEEN PARTY FAVOR | THE GRUMPY CAT

party favor coneAs you know, this season I have partnered with Friskies and Petsmart to throw a fabulous Grumpy Cat themed Halloween party for my friends and family.  In the last couple of weeks, I shared a very simple party decoration that makes a big impact for very little effort.  Check out my paper fan halloween decorations here.  My meringue ghosts and pumpkin soda bottles were a hit last week – and oh, so simple to create.  And this week, I’m back with two simple DIY projects: a candy corn paper cone for party favors and a glittered initial pumpkin!

Every party needs a coordinating party favor, right?!  Whether you are gifting candy, sweets, or small trinkets, these candy corn paper cones are simple to create and just darling in little hands!  I’m supplying you with the template for both the cone and the cat gift tag.  You can download them here:

template for blog postInstructions:

Cut out the template and fold into a cone shape, matching edge to edge.  Place a paper clip at the top, holding the two edges together.  I used my hot glue gun, but if you are doing this project with small children, I would suggest craft glue or double-sided tape.  Attach the two edges together and allow to dry completely, before gluing a loop of ribbon onto the inside of the cone to act as a handle.

glitter pumpkinIt’s no secret that I love a good initial/monogram – so why not jazz up your pumpkins?!  You’ll see how I use these darling glittered pumpkins at my party next week.  But for now, I figured I would show you just how simple they are to create!

pumpkin stepsUsing craft glue, I drew the letters onto my small pumpkins.  (PS – I think this would make an AMAZING monogram on a big pumpkin.  I might have to get on that this week….)  Once the glue was on the pumpkin, I covered it with silver glitter, making sure to get all of the edges.  Afterwards, I shook off any extra and then let them dry overnight.  It’s that simple!

I’m gearing up for my big pumpkin carving party next week.  If you would like to carve the perfect Grumpy Cat Pumpkin (or “Grumpkin”).  Friskies and Petsmart were kind enough to provide us with a downloadable template to make that part a snap. You can join the fun by downloading the Grump-O-Lantern stencil available at PetSmart.com/friskies and uploading images of your personal Grump-O-Lantern, including the #Grumpkin hashtag and #ThePartyDress hashtag.

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Friskies will donate $500 to PetSmart Charities on behalf of the blogger whose audience uploads the most #Grumpkin images.  Don’t forget to tag #ThePartyDress, too!

THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. THE PARTY DRESS HAS RECEIVED PAYMENT, TRADE AND/OR PRODUCTS FROM FRISKIES IN EXCHANGE FOR PROMOTION, HOWEVER ALL IDEAS AND OPINIONS STATED ARE MY OWN.

October 16th, 2014 | Comments

AHOY! IT’S A BOY | SIP & SEE

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Baby showers can be elegant and fun, but one thing is always missing: the baby! Why not follow a Southern tradition and celebrate after the little one’s arrival? A Sip & See is the perfect way to toast the whole family.

invitationHere are a few of my tips when hosting a Sip & See:

WHEN TO HAVE IT: Host a casual open house after the baby is a month or two old. Schedule it during a non-meal time, with a start and finish time (2-5pm) so the family’s day won’t be too interrupted.

WHO TO INVITE: Local friends and family of the parents and grandparents. If a grandparent lives out of town, they may host one to introduce the baby upon his first visit.

INVITATIONS: Most baby shower invitations can be customized for a Sip & See. Make sure to include both the baby and parents’ names on the invitation.  We love our new anchor party invitation!

DECORATIONS: Unlike a baby shower, we encourage you to keep the focus on the baby! Select a simple color palette and repeat it thru your serving dishes, simple floral arrangements and party favors.

FOOD & DRINK: Set-up a self-serve bar and buffet table with simple nibbles on it. Bite-size appetizers and desserts are perfect for an afternoon treat. In addition to champagne, make sure you have a non-alcoholic punch or drink dispenser full of fruit-infused water.

DSC_0619DSC_0321COUTURE COOKIES: Work with a cookie designer to create coordinating, personalized sugar cookies for your Sip & See. They make a lovely addition to your buffet table, and can also serve as a darling party favor.  These darling cookies are by Flourish Sweet Shop.

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cardsACTIVITIES: Since toasting the family should remain the focus of a Sip & see, gift-opening typically doesn’t take place. Encourage guests to leave little notes of encouragement for the parents, or wishes for the baby. These can be placed in a small album as a keepsake for the family.

 

October 14th, 2014 | Comments

PARTY-PLANNING | GRUMPY CAT FOOD & DRINK

meringue ghosts introAs you know, this season I have partnered with Friskies and Petsmart to throw a fabulous Grumpy Cat themed Halloween party for my friends and family.  Last week, I shared a very simple party decoration that makes a big impact for very little effort.  Check out my paper fan halloween decorations here.  Today, I am back with a couple ideas for creative food and drinks for my party.

First up, my meringue ghosts!  I think these are going to be a hit and look so sharp on my dessert table at the party.  They were fairly simple to make, you just need to get your meringue to the correct consistency.

ghost stepsIngredients

3 egg whites, room temperature

3/4 cup of sugar

1/8 tsp cream of tartar

candy “eyeballs”

Step 1

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.  Combine the egg whites and cream of tarter into the bowl of an electric mixer, and beat until frothy.  Slowly add in the sugar a little bit at a time.  Once it’s combined, increase the speed on your mixer to high and beat until stiff peaks form (about 5 minutes).

Fill a pastry bag fitted with a large tip.

Step 2

Pipe your ghosts onto the baking sheet, squeezing out a thick dob at the bottom and then pulling the meringue up to a point at the top.  Note: be careful not to make your ghosts too tall or they will have difficulty standing up.

Step 3

Add your candy eyes to the meringue ghost and then place in the oven to bake until dry (about 1 hour).  Turn the oven off, crack open the door and let sit for 1-2 hours, or even over night.

They were really so simple to make and I believe will make a fabulous addition to any Halloween celebration! More to come on my dessert table in the next week or so.  But, to go along with my festive ghosts, I figured we needed a cute drink too!

pumpkin drink bottlesI always love serving individual bottles of drinks at parties.  It’s festive and somewhat hands-off for the hostess.  For my littlest guests, I wanted to spice up my basic plastic drink bottles to coordinate them with the Halloween theme.  What’s more “halloween” than a pumpkin?!  Because I use these bottles frequently, I didn’t want to do any type of permanent decoration (ie. paint, permanent marker, etc).  Instead, I opted to cut out shapes from black electrical tape, and arranged them on the bottle to look like a pumpkin face.

pumpkin drink detailSo simple!  They make a big impact when filled with orange soda, and you could also cut out ghost eyes and fill them with milk!

Now, I have filled you in on my party decor, my meringue ghosts and my festive pumpkin soda bottles. Next up in my party planning is carving the perfect Grumpy Cat Pumpkin (or “Grumpkin”).  Friskies and Petsmart were kind enough to provide me with a downloadable template to make that part a snap. You can join the fun by downloading the Grump-O-Lantern stencil available at PetSmart.com/friskies and uploading images of your personal Grump-O-Lantern, including the #Grumpkin hashtag and #ThePartyDress hashtag.

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Friskies will donate $500 to PetSmart Charities on behalf of the blogger whose audience uploads the most #Grumpkin images.  Don’t forget to tag #ThePartyDress, too!

THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. THE PARTY DRESS HAS RECEIVED PAYMENT, TRADE AND/OR PRODUCTS FROM FRISKIES IN EXCHANGE FOR PROMOTION, HOWEVER ALL IDEAS AND OPINIONS STATED ARE MY OWN.

October 7th, 2014 | Comments

PARTY-PLANNING | GRUMPY CAT PARTY DECOR

grumpy cat halloween party decorationsToday, I am so excited to announce my partnership with Friskies and Petsmart to throw a Grumpy Cat themed Halloween party for my friends and family.  Have you ever seen The Grumpy Cat?  He’s HILARIOUS and my little friends LOVE him.  So I was thrilled with the opportunity to design a party that I know they will get a kick out of.  Over the next three weeks, I am going to share my tips and ideas for throwing this theme party.  I hope it inspires you to throw your own party!

suppliesI want to create a simple DIY party decoration that fills up some blank walls and is theme appropriate.  I came up with these simple paper fan decorations.  Using basic supplies and a little creativity, you can take a plain paper fan and turn it into a black cat, a pumpkin, a red devil…the options are endless!  For this Halloween party, I think the black cat and pumpkin are just perfect.

Here’s how to do it:

Gather up your supplies: paper fans, solid color scrapbook paper for accents (eyes, nose, mouth, ears, etc), scissors and double-stick tape.

Open up your paper fans, and cut out your accents from the scrapbook paper.  I chose to do ears, eyes and a nose on my cat, and a stem, eyes and mouth on my pumpkin.

diy stepYou can secure your accents with double-stick tape, or glue if you wish for them to be more permanent.  And voila – they are complete and ready to be hung as party decor.  Simple, inexpensive and quick to make!  My kind of party decoration! ;)

tableNow, if you are interested in planning your own Grumpy Cat party, the first step is to visit PetSmart.com/friskies to download the exclusive Friskies Grump-O-Lantern pumpkin stencil.  Your kids will get such a kick out of carving a Grumpy Cat pumpkin (or a “Grumpkin”!). Upload and share your Grumpy Cat pumpkin carving masterpiece to their site or any social media site using #Grumpkin and #ThePartyDress.

Friskies will donate $500 to PetSmart Charities on behalf of the blogger whose audience uploads the most #Grumpkin images.  Don’t forget to tag #ThePartyDress, too!

THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. THE PARTY DRESS HAS RECEIVED PAYMENT, TRADE AND/OR PRODUCTS FROM FRISKIES IN EXCHANGE FOR PROMOTION, HOWEVER ALL IDEAS AND OPINIONS STATED ARE MY OWN.

October 6th, 2014 | Comments

CRAFT PARTY BACKDROPS | EPSON PROJECTOR

When it comes to party crafting, there are so many options for making your special day extra festive and theme appropriate.  When discussing events with clients or blog readers, the questions I get asked the most often are about dessert table backdrops and photo booth backdrops.
I partnered up with Epson to bring you two creative, and simple to execute backdrop ideas using their latest projector.
dessert table 1Planning a birthday party can be a daunting task when you want to present a stylized dessert table.  Using a projector and my free image download, you too can create a stunning piece of art to bring your dessert table up to the next level.  And, the great thing about this project, is that you can color coordinate your backdrop to your individual party.
Here’s how I did it:
I plugged my laptop into the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2000 and pointed it at a wall that I had cleared off and hung a large sheet of white craft paper. Using the dial on the lens, I was able to adjust the size of the projected image – ensuring that it was the right size for my specific needs.  I should tell you that it was so simple to use, and only required one cord to plug in my laptop (you could also use a smart phone or tablet).
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I used paint to create my backdrop, but also use markers or colored pencils.  It’s also a great project to do with your kids.  Following the projected image on the wall, I painted on my first coat of paint.  Once I allowed that to dry, I removed the paper from the wall and laid it flat before painting on a second coat to get those really vibrant colors you see in the photo.  The projector made it so simple to create a festive backdrop – and much more cost-effective than printing a large scale poster.
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Here are some creative ideas for styling your dessert table:
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I love styling a colorful dessert table that could be used for any type of birthday celebration.  When working with a color palette that includes more than 3 colors, I suggest grounding the table with all white linens, cake stands and serving pieces to really let the colors of the candy pop.
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Since Halloween is rapidly approaching, I thought it would be fun to create a festive backdrop that could be used for a modern-day photo booth.  Hosting a party this month?  This is such a fun addition, and kids and adults alike will enjoy posing for funny photos in front of it.
painting pumpkinI followed the same steps for this backdrop as I did for the birthday one above.  I scaled the size of this one to be about 4-5 feet tall, so that my little friends could pose in front of it.
painting the pumpkin backdropHere are some cute shots of the kids posing in front of the backdrop:
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It turned out so fun, right?!  So, here’s where you get busy….
Download the free printables HERE and use in conjunction with your favorite projector (we LOVED working with the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2000) to create your masterpiece.  And….if you hurry, you can enter to win your very own Epson projector.  Click HERE to head over to explore the Epson site and enter the sweepstakes.
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This post was sponsored by Epson, but the opinions expressed in it are all mine!

September 18th, 2014 |

BABY SHOWER | YELLOW MONOGRAM PRAM

classic yellow monogram pram baby showerThe launch of our special issue BABY by WH HOSTESS brings a ton of new ideas to share with you!  One of them is this new party collection, our Monogram Pram collection is perfect for the classic Mama-to-be and comes in four different color ways: pink, blue, yellow and blue & pink!

With this collection, we share ideas for a sophisticated yellow dessert table full of candy from Candywarehouse.com, a darling craft activity for guests and one of our favorite baby shower traditions: a gorgeous wishes for baby card!

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September 17th, 2014 |

TPD MAGAZINE | BABY by WH HOSTESS

digital magazine about baby showersThe birth of a new baby (or a brand new stationery collection!) is an exciting time that deserves to be celebrated in style.  The Party Dress Magazine is pleased to launch a special issue full of gorgeous inspiration for all things baby.  From planning baby showers, sip & see’s, and baptisms, to gift ideas, recipes, advice for photographing your newborn, etiquette for selecting birth announcements and writing thank you notes, to ideas from your favorite bloggers on how to create traditions and modern heirlooms with your family, this issue is gorgeous and full of very happy occasions.

It also showcases the products from the new BABY by WH HOSTESS collection of birth announcements, stationery and baby shower party goods.

Join us in celebrating our new “baby!”

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This issue features contributions from some special ladies.  Katie Gierke of Kathryn Hastings Photography shares her tips for photographing your newborn, Melisa Fluhr and Pam Ginnochio of Project Nursery share ideas for the perfect baby shower gift, Vana Chupp of Le Papier Studio shares a unique idea for creating a modern heirloom, and some of your favorite bloggers share their family traditions in hopes to inspire new ones for your family! (thank you to The TomKat Studio, Project Nursery, Pizzazzerie, Kate Landers Events and Swanky Chic Fete)

This issue and collection of paper goods was inspired by the birth of my first child in late 2013. This little love has brought so many happy occasions into my life this last year, many of them documented in the issue.  Each event, milestone or happy occasion brought about a need for stylish paper goods….thus the BABY by WH HOSTESS collection was born.  It will continue to grow, but for now – I hope you enjoy this new collection that oozes that fresh baby look and feel. Classic gingham checks, soft stripes, sweet baby monograms – all done in my signature style offered on birth announcements, stationery, baptism invitations and the most gorgeous collection of baby shower invitations and party decor around.

July 22nd, 2014 |

PASTEL PRINCESS PARTY

entry alexandrafront of houseOnce upon a time, in a land far, far away (or maybe just down south in Houston), a sweet little princess and her mom asked me to help them plan a princess party full of shimmering details, and oh so much fun.  And OH, SO MUCH FUN we had with this party! We decided on a pastel palette of pale pink, icy blue, yellow and lilac, and used a princess silhouette and our custom patterns throughout the whole party.

The photography by April Pizana is gorgeous and captures the beautiful the details of the party.

entryWhen guests arrived, they were greeted with two princess towers made out of balloons flanking the front door, with a pennant-style welcome sign.  The foyer held a lush, ombre rose centerpiece and guests were immediately invited into the “Fairy Godmother’s Dress Shoppe” where they “shopped” for dress-up clothes, magic wands, jewels, crowns & tiaras, etc.  The table was set up like a stylized dessert table, with a custom-designed fabric backdrop. There were Princesses milling about, and face painting each of the guests.

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The kids table was set with a custom blue striped table runner that we custom designed with the princess silhouette on each end, white Chivari chairs that were accessorized with colorful stars, and a centerpiece that was to-die-for: dense rose vases (wrapped in gold glitter paper), held ribbon-wrapped poles and a pennant banner that soared above the table.  Milk bottles were dressed up with glitter washi tape, and each placesetting held a “make-your-own-necklace” kit on our cello bags with custom toppers.

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kids table round tableGuests were treated to a delicious lunch buffet, set up in the dining room.  Decor included a large princess silhouette cling on the mirror, large rose centerpieces in white urns, and coordinating food tent cards and napkin ties.

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The dessert table stole the show!  The table was draped in pink satin, and flanked by two oversized pink balloons with hanging tassels.  The custom fabric backdrop featured our pastel star pattern and Alexandra’s name with a glittered crown. A princess cake stood center stage, flanked by cookie “magic wands”, cupcakes with fondant gold crowns atop them, candy necklaces and bracelets, colorful macarons, crown sugar cookies, and various candies.  The table was accessorized with our coordinating Cake Plate Clings, food tent cards and candy jar tags, as well as pink striped bags with our princess sticker for guests to fill to the brim with candy to bring home.

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A horse-drawn carriage was the ultimate surprise and gave the children rides around the neighborhood. The party not only turned out just beautifully, but it also created such a magical experience for the children!

princessesThis pastel princess collection is one of my new favorites!  The full collection is available in the shop here. You can find the full list of vendors and resources to recreate this party listed below.

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Party Design, Invitations and Decorations, Cake Plate Clings and Fabric Backdrops - WH Hostess
Cake, Cupcakes, star wand cookies, and crown cookies - Cakes by Gina
Macarons and cotton candy marshmallows - Petite Sweets
Tutus - Halo Heaven
Tiaras, crowns, swords, star wands, rings and necklaces - Oriental Trading
Balloons – Balloon Masters

 

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