Valentine’s Day Dessert Table Party Details:
This is what May said about planning the party- “Valentines day is not only for the romantics but for the littles ones that celebrate the love they have for their friends. For this year’s Valentines day sweet table, I created a theme where the kids can come over and exchange cards with one another.
I went with the typical colours for Valentines day: Red, Pink and Purple but I added touches of grey to the sweet table. I hand made the flower backdrop. Let me tell you the work that went into these babies! There’s a great tutorial online with the template if you’d like to make them yourself. Very easy, but just time consuming. Make sure to set aside some time before the big party to make there.
Once I knew the colour pallet and details to my party, I asked Anabella to design some printables for me. Boy, did she ever! She did such a great job, and was even able to incorporate the grey into them. I was literally jumping up and down in front of my computer screen when I saw them!
Roxy always does a great job with my cakes, that is why she is my number 1 go to girl for cakes. She made 3 mini cakes, all with different designs, but was perfect for the table. They were so cute, no one wanted to cut into them.
I added macarons, cake pops, cupcakes and cheesecake bites. All in kid size portions. Thanks to Hoopla Events, the kids can take home some of the sweets and their cards in pink and white treat bags.
When it cake to exchanging their Valentines Day cards, Ariana and Evan were a little shy. But once that was over, dessert was their reward”!
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