Ice Cream Shoppe Wedding Dessert Table – Ice Cream Party

Posted on September 26th, 2011 by Kara
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My next party feature goes to this lovely ICE CREAM SHOPPE WEDDING DESSERT TABLE submitted by the talented Jenny Keller from Jenny Cookies. How darling! I LOVE the shabby chic table that everything is set up on…and look at the adorable awning. The vintage milk glass vase used as an ice cream cone is so cute, too!
Jenny said- “Last weekend I had the pleasure of creating a super fun dessert table for Kelsey & Eric’s wedding at Novelty Hill – Januik Winery in Woodinville. When Kelsey first contacted me about doing a table she said her fiance really liked ice cream and mentioned doing some ice cream cone cupcakes she had seen in the spring issue of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine. Instead of just making ice cream cone cupcakes I suggested an entire dessert table with an Ice Cream Shop theme. They loved it!” 
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7 thoughts on “Ice Cream Shoppe Wedding Dessert Table – Ice Cream Party

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  1. kellyH

    I am doing an ice cream theme for my kid's next birthday party and this just gave me some more awesome ideas beyond the standard cupcake cones. love the idea of doing cake balls instead of cupcakes and love the rice krispy treats! love it!

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  2. Alyssa Clark

    How "sweet" is this! ;) I need Summer to start again- this would be a cute first day of summer party. Or ice cream social… oooh… okay, I have too many ideas running through my mind. :) Adorable party.

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  3. Anonymous

    I’m just guessing (re: standing up the cake pops and rice krispie bars), but I think there is probably styrofoam under a layer of sprinkles and the sticks are pushed down into the foam.

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