This lady must be really awesome, because this looks like the coolest party I’ve ever seen. Tequila Bar? Check. Churro Cart? Check. Wheelbarrow of Drinks? Check. Cigar Rolling Station? Check. I’d like to be this cool when I turn 50 and maybe my dear friends and family will throw me such a great party. OR, maybe I don’t have to wait and I can just copy all of these great.
Take a look at this totally awesome 80′s party from Kara’s Party Ideas! The theming of this party is great – just look at those Cabbage Patch Cake Pops, am I right? And the Tetris-shaped Rice Crispie Treats? Rad! They uses some super cool candy in this party too, but we have some other suggestions to sweeten things up. Here’s what we recommend: Nerds Pop Rocks Candy Necklaces Rock Candy.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a more colorful party than this Elmo birthday party that I spotted on HostessWithTheMostess.com. The underlying theme was Elmo, but the real theme seems to be crazy, over-the-top colors. Just take a look at this dessert table – need I say more? They of course, had an amazing candy selection and we’ve taken the liberty of creating a candy buffet list with links here,.
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E ! What a sweet birthday party theme this little Mickey Mouse party turned out to be. The bright colors and familiar mouse ears make it obvious why these theme is a timeless classic for little kids’ birthday parties. The candy bar is delightful and we’ve recreated the list here. That way, if you decide to have your own Mickey Mouse themed party with a candy bar, it’s all.
These party pics that we saw on www.TheTomKatStudio.com are simply adorable. What a lucky little kid who was the recipient of this beautiful “Sweet Shoppe” themed birthday party. Take a look at these pics! All photography is from www.PillowThought.blogspot.com via www.TheTomKatStudio.com
I nearly freaked out when I saw these “Rainbow” birthday party pics on Pizzazzerie.com - they are just so cute and it is such a fun birthday party theme for a little girl. And, of course, my favorite part was the candy buffet. Rainbows make an incredibly versatile party theme and there is just so much you can do with it. It’s a classic color scheme and is easy to make.
Check out these amazing photos from a little girl’s vintage tea party birthday party! The pink / gray theme is just adorable and I can just imaging a giggling group of little girls loving a pink, frilly party like this one! Tea party themes are actually incredibly popular these days and are such a sweet way to celebrate a little girls birthday. Encourage girls to wear party dresses and provide.
I was on one of my new favorite craft/party inspiration websites over the weekend, www.LivingLocurto.com and came across these adorable pictures from a Bubble themed birthday party. What a creative birthday theme for a little girl or boy – and so much fun! After looking at these pictures over and over again I realized how easy a yummy candy buffet would be to go along with this party theme, so.
I came across these party pics on the amazing blog GloriousTreats.com. I love that the party theme is simply “Candy”, leaving the party planner open to a broad range of a candy, decor and games. GloriousTreats.com actually has multiple blog posts detailing her planning process, including sources for where the apothecary jars that hold the candy were purchased and she has some great tips for others who many want to.
A while back we posted an article listing the perfect candy for an “Under The Sea” themed party candy buffet. Today I was browsing through my favorite blogs and saw on Pizzazzerie.com absolutely gorgeous photos from a real life Under the Sea themed birthday party! These photos are simply breathtaking and we wanted to take the opportunity to share them with you here, as well as re-post our Under the.