Sunday, November 29, 2009

A Disney Celebration

My first party celebration order!!! The client hired me as her party coordinator and I finally was able to be what I have been dreaming of...A Party Planner.
This celebration was for a little girl who turned 3 and loves anything Disney. With that in mind, my creative juices where in full force. I decided to go with a Minnie and Mickey Mouse theme.

I made a Minnie "Happy Birthday Isabella" sign.

I made a black and white cake filled with bavarian creme and chocolate dobash. Frosted with vanilla buttercream frosting and covered in fondant. The Minnie hat was a chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream and covered in fondant.

Minnie and Mickey cupcakes.
Thank you Aly for you help!

I also made a candy buffet for the guesses. Below the sign reads,
"Grab a we celebrate..Isabella... who's super sweet"

I decorated take-boxes to look like Minnie. The children where able to grab a box and fill it with any candy their heart desires.
I love the "Whirly Pops".

I made a craft for the children to make. I made party hats with ears on the sides and each child was able to decorate their hat with die-cuts and coloring crayons.
I made a special one for the birthday can kinda see it here at the end of the table. I should have taken a picture with her in it...I ran out of time.
I also provided Disney coloring pages.

Here are the centerpieces I made for the celebration. I was so happy how cute they came out.

This was on the backside of the Minnie. Thank you to "Amber Designs" for helping with the graphics!

I loved the way the party came out and loved the family I planned this for. They were such a cute family!
The day was a great one!!

Halloween Birthday Bash

Finally!! I've been waiting for 11 years to throw a Halloween party and I finally made it happen. It was actually a surprise 60th party for my mom but a wonderful reason to have a Halloween party!
I could not have made pulled it off without the help of my Auntie and Uncle!!
Thank you both so much!! And the help of two wonderful men in my father and husband.

Of course there had to be a creative and festive dessert table!
I made a fun chocolate cake with buttercream frosting covered in marbled fondant. I also made sugar cookies dipped in chocolate that resembled candy corn. Pretzels wrapped in caramel and then dipped into chocolate. Those little thing were a hit!
Pumpkin cookie as well as pumpkin cupcakes that were topped with cream cheese frosting. Chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream frosting and decorated with fondant ghosts. White cupcakes with vanilla buttercream and decorated with fondant witches hat. And the last cupcake...was white cake with chocolate buttercream and decorated with a white chocolate spider web. Last but not least...caramel apples!!! Woooo...I was pooped making all these goodies!!

My cute little fondant witch!


Sweet treats!

Cute little yummies!

This was my backyard all decorated and festive. I love the colors! Thank you Miss Brooke for the idea!

Drink table

Food table

Appitizer table

Smell the Roses!

I made this flowerpot cake for my moms birthday. I've been eyeballing this cake for sometime as wasn't sure how to go about making it. I contacted a lady on the internet who makes amazing cakes She guided me threw the process.
Thank you to her!!

Not to bad with it being my first flowerpot cake.

The cake and cupcakes were chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream frosting. The flowers were fondant. I also, crushed up oreo's to resemble dirt.

I'm going to try this again..but a smaller cake with some other fun colors.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Happy 30th Bee-day

I was so excited to make this order! I loved these cute bee cupcakes I found on the internet and had to create them. The bee cupcakes where chocolate filled with gourmet raspberry filling. They where covered with chocolate fondant which is really yummy.

The beehive is lemon cake covered in fondant. I bought the beehive cake pan on the internet and it was super easy to make.

Lemon cupcake with buttercream frosting topped with a gum paste flower.

My family of bees!

Bridal Shower

This order was created for a bridal shower. The bride is to be married on Halloween. Her colors are bright and fun. Would love to see a Halloween wedding.
The bride requested devils chocolate cupcakes with buttercream frosting.
Also, on the order were my cute ring cookies for all of the guests who attended the shower.

A Little Jungle Theme

Baby shower jungle themed cupcakes were the request for this order. I was pleased with how my little animals came out. They get better each time I create them. I just need to work on my lions a bit. But for the most part..they are super cute!

I made polka-dot cupcakes as well.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

First posted "Sweet Celebration Party"
Hello Kitty Birthday Party

My first party celebration! Here's a Hello Kitty party I created for my daughter.
Below is the invitation I created.

Creatively, used flower die-cuts to make paper bouquets. These were used as centerpieces.

Cupcakes: cherry cake with vanilla butter cream

Little M&M pop favors for the adult ladies.

Hello Kitty strawberry cupcake pops. Super yummy!

Table setting.

When I throw my children parties I love to have a craft. The girls made little clips for the hair. I used felt fabric and cut flower die-cuts and glued gems in the middle. The girls created their own design and I hot glued them onto their clips. Fun project and super quick and easy!


My daughter loves fairies and she requested I make her these special cupcakes for her birthday. She was very pleased to see a little fairy that looked like her sitting on a toadstool.
The cupcakes where white cake with butter cream frosting. The accents where fondant flowers and ladybugs.

Cupcakes For The Office

I received an order for cupcakes for an office gathering. They requested their teams logo to be on the cupcakes. I embossed the letters into fondant. I also added a little sparkle with edible glitter.