So, we have had the cupcake rage…then the Cake~Pop storm…and now we have Cookie~Pops…delicious and that bit different!
We all love a sweet treat and a celebration is the perfect opportunity to indulge that sweet tooth…
Cookie~Pops are the brain child of Squidges, based on the Wirral. Some lovely flavours to choose from…but the most popular being a mixture of milk and white chocolate.
They make a great dessert at a party and look just fab on a dessert table along with individual cookies in big glass jars and moreish tiffin.
How about a party favour? Why not bin the traditional party bags in favour of a Cookie~Pop wrapped individually in cellophane bags and tied with a coordinating ribbon…these definitely wont end up in the foot well of the car on the way home!!!
Images courtesy of ~ Squidges
So, a young lady wants a camouflage themed tea party?!
I thought it would have been easy to find pink camouflage party ware but no! So thinking hat on…and this was the result!
The party was held at Chester Lakes and the food was supplied by Wirral Gourmet, but this time in brown paper bags to keep with the outdoor theme.
The kids had a fab afternoon running about all the open space and playing on the park, and then being refueled with their gorgeous party food.
Mum created the little sweet jars as favours instead of the usual party bags which again added to the girly touches!
This last weekend we had the pleasure of creating a ‘digger’ tea party tent for a little boy who is ‘digger’ mad! He had 9 little friends attending his 2nd birthday party.
The children were only little so mum opted for the lunch boxes with carton drinks instead of the traditional tea party layout. This makes lunch time so much easier…each little person has their own box filled with tea party goodies ~ they just love it! Once they’d finished their cartons of juice the mini milk bottles were filled with juice.
The lunch boxes not only look great but they are very practical too! They stop you over catering which in turn stops you over spending ~ perfect!
To finish the ‘digger’ look we added builder hats and a digger balloon.
The tent was a great success particularly when the rain came, everyone dashed into the tent to keep dry!