I am always so impressed with the amazing birthday cakes that I see on party planning blogs. They are so beautiful, creative and they look absolutely delicious! To honor those talented bakers and party planners who come up with these crazy cakes, we’ve collected 10 of our favorite amazing cakes. Enjoy! Photo Credits: 1. www.PinkCakeBox.com 2. www.PinkCakeBox.com 3. www.smilepanic.com 4. www.susieqsbakery.com 5. www.thefoxisblack.com 6. www.tie-the-knot-blog.com 7. www.bigfatcook.com 8. www.macycakes.blogspot.com.
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.
We frequently post candy lists and ideas for themed candy buffets on our blog, but we haven’t often given tips on exactly how to create a truly amazing, eye-catching, mouth-watering candy buffet that is both a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. I read a great article by Kelly Adcock, an Examiner.com writer who focuses on DIY projects, that gives excellent and practical tips for creating your.
Have you ever wondered where those chewy, flavorful, yummy Gummy Bears came from? Gummy Bears have been around for a long time and as the world’s most popular gelatin-based snack, it doesn’t look like they’re going away any time soon. Here’s a brief history: Inspired by the dancing bears and the teddy bear, in 1922 Hans Riegel, founder of HARIBO, created his first bear-shaped sweet, which thus became the forefather.
One of the most common party themes around is the Hawaiian Luau. This is a timeless party favorite and is always tons of fun, no matter if the party is for a youngster’s birthday or for a corporate event. There are ideas galore out there for decor, embellishments, food, drinks and it should be no problem at all create a tropical atmosphere. One thing that you don’t see very often.
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.
If you’ve never tried Cake Pops (or heaven forbid, never heard of them!), you are missing out on one of the best and yummiest sweet trends out there. And let me tell you, there are some amazingly talented people out there baking these Cake Pops and sharing their photos of them on the Internet. Some of them even look too good to eat, like you would be destroying a masterpiece.
I am just loving this – lately I’ve been coming across amazing event photos on very talented event planners’ websites that perfectly match event ideas that we’ve posted here recently. Some of your may remember that about a month ago we did a post about ice cream sundae party toppings and included a list of some common and not-so-common sundae toppings that you can buy at our online store. Now,.
There are a lot of casual, informal parties happening out there these days, whether personal or corporate, where a coffee / espresso bar is the main feature. I love shindigs like this because at the heart of it, I’m a casual kind of girl and I like low key affairs. Coffee is an obsession of mine and no matter how late at night it is, I will never decline a.