Posts in the ‘Dessert Tables 2’ Category
We saw Finding Dory opening weekend, and our whole family loved it! The movie is funny, sweet, and touching, and the message about accepting people's differences is so universal and important.
When Party City asked me to style a Finding Dory party I was happy to do it. I wanted to make the party simple, stylish, and fun.
We all know a beautiful dessert table gives your party a real "wow" factor but they can be a lot of work to put together.
So to make things easy, Fiona, party aficionado from Easy Breezy Parties is here to share her 5 steps to create an easy child dessert table!
I took Lainey, my daughter, to see the new Cinderella movie last week and we both loved it! It was true to the original movie, but seeing it with live action characters, made it feel even more real. We were totally swept up in the drama and romance.
With all the excitement around the movie, we are definitely seeing more Cinderella parties being added to Catch My Party.
Today we are sharing gorgeous Easter dessert table ideas to inspire you for your own celebrations! Below are 10 of my favorite Easter dessert tables. I just love all the spring colors, all the beautiful desserts, and all the sweet bunnies and Easter eggs! I'm sure there are at least a couple of ideas you might want to borrow. :)
1. Floral Chalkboard Easter Dessert Table Ideas by Elise B.
Putting together a dessert table for Halloween doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. I put this modern, adult table together in about an hour using inexpensive decorations, store-bought food, and free Halloween printables from our site. The only thing I made myself was a hot spiced apple cider with nutmeg, star anise, cinnamon, cloves, peppercorns, and an orange (recipe below).
My goal with the table was to bring fall into our home and to have a little celebration. We all had a lot of fun!
I know, French macarons. We've all heard the horror stories of how hard they are to make. But they are also absolutely gorgeous, look great on a dessert table, and where I come from, cost about $3.50 per macaron. So maybe I need to rethink my fear of trying. :)
To help me, I asked macaron expert and professional baker, Chris Roberson of Frostine Bakery. She makes hundreds of macarons, so if anyone knows how to do it, she does. She's shared not only her recipe but her trade secrets. Thank you, Chris, our lips are sealed (except for the fact that I'm posting it)!
If you read my Facebook page you know I'm always showing off circle fan rosette backdrops. What I love about them is they're easy to make (you just fold paper like a fan and pinch in the middle, then attach a couple fans together) and they add dimension to a wall or dessert table. Here are some of my favorite circle fan rosettes from our site.
(Click on the photo to see what party they're from.)