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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, an annual campaign to bring awareness to the disease that plagues so many women, as well as men. In support of this cause, we created this "Think Pink"-themed dessert table by incorporating the Pink Ribbon, the international symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness, with several shades of pink, white and gray. Patterns such as stripes, polka dots, and paisley were used as well to create the look of this fun table.
Throughout the year and especially in October, many advocates raise funds and participate in walks, races, and charity events in support of this cause. We created this table in support of this and hope that this may inspire others to help raise awareness.
For more information you may visit www.breastcancerawareness.com.
Mini Hershey bars were wrapped in customized wrappers that read “Fight like a Girl” and “Cure”. Hershey’s Kisses were also dressed up with mini stickers which said “Think Pink”. Pink wrapped Starbursts (strawberry and watermelon flavors) and strawberry flavored Whoppers sat atop a display which also read “Hope”, “Cure”, and “Think Pink”.
Pink ribbon themed cupcakes wrapped in gray paisley and pink with white polka dot cupcake wrappers sat on top of pink dotted paper doilies. Pink with white polka dot paper liner cups held mini powdered donuts.
What People Drank
Mason jars were used as glasses and filled with pink lemonade.
On the vase of pink alstroemerias were party circles adorned with the pink ribbon sign and the words “Hope” and “Cure”.