Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
Here's something we've been seeing on our main site for a while: whirly pops!
I'm not saying the moms at your parties will be happy with you serving their kids these gigantic sticky, sugary treats, but they do look great on a dessert table, work well as party favors, and are just so darn pretty. (Click on the photos to see what parties they came from.)
Anyone who has read my blog or my posts knows I am a huge fan of cake bunting. What is cake bunting, you ask? Mini banners you stick into cakes. Like this adorable one Carey B made for her Teddy Bear Picnic.
I asked Carey if she would put together a tutorial for us, and she so sweetly said yes. So without further ado, here is Carey's cake bunting tutorial...
Just in case you're snowed in watching Sesame Street with your kids, I thought I'd show off these great Elmo parties we've seen on our site. You can't go wrong with Elmo. Boy... girl... works for both, and there are so many ways to make it your own! Here are some interesting ideas...
Rene K's Carnival Elmo! - A carnival themed Elmo party with a gorgeous cake, Elmo cake pops, cupcakes with Elmo toppers, a bunting banner, cotton candy, and peanuts.
We've started to get some incredible New Year's parties on our site. The trend is a lot of blacks, whites, and grays, some pops of color, formal decor, and lots of shine. Take a look!
Chris's Black & White & Bling!
It's almost Christmas! Here's a way to get into the spirit with some more Christmas dessert table "eye candy." Enjoy... and have a very merry and safe Christmas!
Rebecca's Blake's Winter Candyland
If you're looking for something classically elegant for your New Year's parties, take a look at these lovely FREE party printables designed by Kelli Britt of the Paper Dolls Shoppe. These will definitely add that wow factor to your party! (Also, check out the New Year's Eve parties on our site to give you more inspiration!)
The collection includes an invitation, labels, wine labels, and a "Happy New Year" banner...
Now she's being unbelievably generous by putting together another tutorial, this one for how she made her dramatic gumdrop branch centerpieces. Thank you, Nicole...