Posts Tagged ‘Cupcake Toppers’
I am loving edible cupcake toppers. They are so darn cute and such a fun, easy way to add finish to your party! They're not cheap unless you can make them yourself, but they are an unexpected twist on a traditional cupcake. Here are some examples from our site to inspire you...
Natalie R's Reach for the Sky Toy Story Party
Khaliah G's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Candy Buffet
Nicole W's Under the Sea Tea Party
Angela C's Fire Truck Birthday Bash
Kate G's A Yankee Baseball Bash
Chris S's Bumble Bee Baby Shower
Candace M's Janelle's Pixie Hollow
Bree H's Colbi's Giraffe Party
Kate A's Under the Sea Birthday Bash
Melissa C's Thanksgiving Cocktails and Dessert Party
Rebecca G's Cian's Wild First Birthday Party
There are cupcake toppers/party labels, water bottle labels, cupcake wrappers, and a large cobweb "welcome" sign! Now there's no excuse not to throw a Halloween party.
Thank you, Lindi, for these fabulous custom creations!!
This post is not actually a tip from a Catch My Party member, but a tip from two member, Melissa and Kellie of Icing Designs, a company that specializes in hand-illustrated and hand-glittered invitations, cards, cupcake flags and gift tags.
They have graciously allowed me to repost my favorite -- these DIY chocolate decorations for cakes or cupcakes. And wait until you see how remarkably easy they are to make.
Of course we love cupcake flags, but sometimes the occasion might call for something a little different.We love to use these super easy chocolate decos on cupcakes and cakes! They are so easy to make!All you need to do is copy these designs into a word or publisher file and print them out, place a piece of wax or parchment paper over the print out and trace the designs with your melted chocolate!
If you would like to try these and can not copy the above template, just email us and we will send you one! email@example.comSo simple and so beautiful, thank you Melissa and Kellie!
(Do you have a DIY project from one of your parties that you’d like to share? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to show it off!)
Believe it or not, here in LA, we've had one of the coldest summers on record. This week, however, the weather has changed and it's starting to get hot!
So in honor of good weather, here are some of my favorite pool party ideas from Etsy.
First, an invitation from Lilly Mae Designs.
Next a banner from IE Creations.
Some DIY printable pool party decorations from Paper and Cake.
Pool party cupcake toppers from Toadally Cute Products.
And to make your cupcakes even more decadent, how about some fondant cupcake toppers from Kids Cakes.
A large galvanized tub to keep your drinks cool from brodyandma.
And so no one mixes up their drink cups, here are some chalkboard tumblers from Party Bzz.
Some wooden boats to decorate your pool from duckduckgoosetoys.
And to add a little excitement and fragrance to your party, how about these fizzy pool bombs from Les Treasure.
And finally, so no one goes home empty-handed, some flip flop cookie favors from Whimsical Originals DB.
And shouldn't the kids get something extra? Personalized beach pails from Bumble Bee Lane.
Stay cool and happy swimming!