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The mother chose the theme and bought some items from a party website. Then she asked me to help her.
I used the colours of the items she brought, pink and yellow, and the stripe and polka dot patterns and work around that.

The mum made the cake, the brazilian sweets in the tower and the savory food. I styled the party, did some craft and the rest of desserts.

It was fun, and as we were friends I was also a guest in the party.

Idea

Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cake, raspberry cake pops, coconut cupcake, marshmallows, and Brazilian sweet Brigadeiro.

  • Activities / Games

    None.

  • Budget

    About 500 Euros.

  • Party Favors

    Cookies on a personalized bag

  • Best Moment

    When the guests arrived and looked at the table.

  • What People Ate

    Selection of Brazilian savoury with chicken, beef, shrimp. Feta & Spinach Pie, Tuna Pie and cheeses with bread.

  • What People Drank

    Soda and juices.

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30 comments

  • Maisa R

    Maisa R wrote:

    This is the best Minnie Mouse Party I have ever seen!!!?

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Thank you Maisa =D

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    Felicia O wrote:

    love the party how did you make the cake pops thanks

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Thanks, Felicia! You can have an idea on Bakerella page (http://www.bakerella.com/you-asked/) But at the end I was pushing the chocolate discs on the cake ball itself, instead of cutting it. If that makes sense to you. And I used pink Wilton Candy Melts to cover everything. Hope that helps!

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    Felicia O wrote:

    thanks very much

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    Blessin H wrote:

    i love love love this party idea. I have a daughter my first child and she is turning one in July God spare and I want her party to be unique unlike things we have attended and this is it. Were those two different kinds of marshmallows on the table and for the buffett table what foods did you put up there.l

  • Flavia C

    Flavia C wrote:

    Hello! Thank you for your compliments, I hope your daughter's party turns out the way you want it. As for the food me and the mum are Brazilian so she made all this little savoury party food that are so common in Brazil. (there more food on the party description on your right). Although we live in Ireland, we take time in our parties to make this traditional foods we miss so much. As for the marshmallows, there is just one kind pink and white, only I decorated them differently. One I dipped in chocolate and put a choco button on top and the other I made ears out of the same button. Its easy to stick them once you dip in chocolate, cause it acts like a glue.

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    Blessin H wrote:

    i just wish you were in the states because its just amazing. You are very creative. In pic 8 is that like pudding in the cups? What is on the minnie mouse stand and did you make the stand yourself? What are those stars at the end of the table and your labels and the mickey heads going around the table did you make them yourself?

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    Blessin H wrote:

    sorry where is my manners Hello im just so blinded by your party sorry lol

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Ok, Blessin, lets go bits by bits :-) In those cups are another brazillian treat called brigadeiro, is made out of condensed milk and can be flavoured anything, in this case strawberry. The minnie mouse stand I did myself and the mum did the cake. The stand was a cake board covered with pink plastic then satin ribbon around it. The pedestal was made out of cake dummies (2 x 6") and covered with pink cardboard then decorated with pink ribbons (with and without dots). There are amazing tutorials on the web to made your own cake stand.. The star chocolates was the mum's creation, she bought some stickers over the intenet, some star shaped chocolate mould and did the lollies herself. The labels I did myself but it was using mikey die cuts I bought over etsy. It's brilliant, take a look at Etsy, its super cheap and they post it ready to use. Mickey sillouete I think they call it. But you can buy the punch and diy it. For me was cheaper to ship the ready product. For the bow I bought a mini bow puncher and glue it to each head. With the sweets I glued two heart shaped sprinkle to look like a bow, and its all edible. i used a minie mouse cookie cutter she bought on ebay I think. Thank you again for your compliments, take a look at this places: etsy, ebay, amazon.. Google some tutorials.. I learn everything like that. The table tutu, the cake stand.. You are in America its a dream to find anything there. Here is really hard and shipping is always so expensive.. We have to improvise sometimes :-) Let me know if you need any info. Glad to help.

  • Angela F

    Angela F wrote:

    What did you use for the table clips?

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    Nkechi J wrote:

    I love the balloons, am planning my daughters birthday (July 15th) and the hall is pretty big so this looks like a good way to create dimension around the desert table, please how did you put the balloons together? Thank you!

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    Nkechi J wrote:

    Hello, This is really nice, how did you create the balloon arch hanging like that, I am planning my daughter's 1st birthday, July 15th and I am looking for a way to create dimension in the hall we are using, This will really help. Thank you

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Hello, thank tou, I'm glad you liked the party. In this case I was working with a very talented mum and she did many things in this party. The cake, brazilian sweets, brazilian savory treats and this ballon arch. It is very comon in Brazilian parties. All I can say is that she watch some you tube videos to learn how to do it. I look for one for you, is in portuguese but it has the step by step in images so you will be able to understand the images. Is not hard at all just make sure you have some sort of cardboard circle that makes all your ballons the same size, or it doesn't look neat. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNt75Ia-uIg&feature=youtube_gdata_player Good luck!

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Sorry Angela, what do you mean by tabke clip? I used a cotton tablecloth with a plastic skirt and a tutu and decorated the tutu with a satin ribbon and some minnie silouetes.

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    Nkechi J wrote:

    Thank you so much. I have seen videos on how to make those arches, I was just wondering how she was able to hung them off the ground without a base. Thanks again, great job, very pretty

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Oh that! There was a curtain rail there. ;-)

  • Rosemarie C

    Rosemarie C wrote:

    how did you do the balloons?

  • Rosemarie C

    Rosemarie C wrote:

    how did you make these? luvdolphin7@hvc.rr.com

  • Rosemarie C

    Rosemarie C wrote:

    how do you make the strawberry kisses? luvdolphin7@hvc.rr.com

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Hi Rosemarie, I dipped marshmallows in pink candy melts and topped it with a chocolate button.

  • Jasmine A

    Jasmine A wrote:

    Where did you find these glass jars with the lids? I am planning my daughter's first birthday and I want to have a candy section.

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Hello Jasmine. I got them from UK as I am in Ireland. If you are in US a friend of mine found a similar one even in Michaels, maybe Pier One. Which country you live?

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Hi Rosemarie, it is a brazilian thing, called brigadeiro. Its basically condensed milk with strawberry nesquick. Google strawberry brigadeiro for a recipe. Or if in US I know some vendors that can make for you.

  • Jasmine A

    Jasmine A wrote:

    I live in California. Thank you so much, I will check Michaels

  • Estela Lopez H

    Estela Lopez H wrote:

    This table is cute too!!!

  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    Hi guys, you can see a tutorial here: http://www.designmom.com/2011/05/balloon-banner-diy/ Hope it helps :)

  • Amanda G

    Amanda G wrote:

    I am helping my sister plan her daughters first birthday party and she found your party idea I've found almost everything that's here but can you please tell me where I can find the large plates that you have all the appetizers on....Thank you :)

  • Stunning Party I

    Stunning Party I wrote:

    Hi Amanda, well, we bought that on a shop in Ireland called Woodies. And the smaller ones in euro shops. If you are in the US maybe Michaels or Oriental Trading on internet. I wouldn't know sorry. Have a great party!

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    Patricia W wrote:

    how did you make the Minnie pops

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