“The Lorax” Themed Party – Dr. Suess Party

Posted on July 14th, 2012 by Kara
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This LORAX THEMED DESSERT TABLE submitted by Marjaneh Etebar of Candybar Couture is too cute! All the party elements are just adorable. This would be such a fun birthday party theme. I love all the ideas Marjaneh had!
Marjaneh said- “I have always been a huge fan of the Dr. Seuss books. I went to see the movie ‘The Lorax’ with my youngest son, Jayden. Halfway through the movie, he turned to me and said, ‘Mommy, I have the bestest idea. I will help you make a Lorax candy table!’
It was Jayden’s idea to make a table full of grass and trees. We took a plastic green table cloth and glued Easter grass all over it. We continued the grass on the back drop to resemble the hills. Next, we used tissue pom poms to resemble the Truffula Trees. We looked around our candy collection and he came up with candy that reminded him of different parts of the story. I love how the twisted marshmallows reminded him of Thneeds! Not bad for a four year old!!!
My older son, Ethan gave us the idea of using cotton candy to resemble the Truffula Trees on the buffet. It was important to them both that we use some fresh fruits and vegetables because they noticed that in the movie, no one had access to fresh produce.
This table was especially fun to create because it was a project for the whole family. I especially love the adorable cake and cake pops.”
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Candy and Dessert table styling: Candybar Couture
Photography: The Rose Weddings
The Lorax Cake: Jazzy Cupcakes
Cotton Candy: Tasty Clouds

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