If you’re planning a baby shower or birthday party this year’s Valentine’s Day weekend, or just want to show your love to your party guests, here’s a simple way to jazz up your dessert! You’ll fall in love with these love and hearts decorative cupcake toppers which you can print out and use on your party desserts.
why cut into a plain colored cake when you can have your baker or a friend jazz up the inside as well? Since her friend was expecting a boy, she decided to make the cake an elegant statement piece.
Baby Lifestyles was interested in a green candy dessert buffet to put out for her son’s party so that her guests could celebrate the lucky day with sweets.
Cupcake desesrt presentation counts for half of the score, and will be remembered in pictures long after the yummy taste is gone.
Sushi is the forbidden food for pregnant women. Raw fish, high in mercury count is the first no-no that pregnant women are told about, making it one of the foods they crave the most. Pregnant Baby Lifestyles staffer Ellen has been daydreaming about California rolls topped with dynamite sauce for months and hated that she wouldn’t be able to eat it at her shower, since she thought of having it at one of her favorite sushi restaurants. Just to make her mouth water a little more, we came up with a fish-free sushi shower
Stacy Coon is not a professional party planner. But you wouldn’t know it by looking at this Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter party she hosted. “This was a very fun party to create! I wanted it to be a magical event and I think I definitely accomplished that.”
Create custom Oreo cookie creations for your baby shower or baby birthday party dessert table at your next baby celebration.
With a friend who just loves chocolate, Rachel created this gorgeous pink and blue chocolate truffles for the baby shower.
It’s not every day that you get to give a layered fondant topped cake a try…especially when you’re not a baker!
This Circus station is the first of “Party Stations”. It is a candy buffet station with non-edible treats as well. The perfect balance of sweets and take-home treats.
Simplicity natural elegance would be the best way to describe this dream dessert table for a baby boy’s shower.
FionaIf you’d like to serve a piece of royal wedding cake at your baby shower or child’s birthday party, here’s how! Royal wedding cake maker Fiona Cairns new book Bake & Decorate: Charming Cakes, Cupcakes & Cookies for Every Occasion
Cupcakes are the hottest treat to have at your child’s birthday party. So why not send your party guests home with their own, so they can enjoy their dessert later on.
Frosting for the Cause, where baking bloggers could come together to share their recipes for desserts with the main goal being to raise funds and awareness for research into women’s cancers.
These centerpieces feature gorgeous blooms, but something more important jelly beans! Since jelly beans come in so many different colors and flavors, they become a perfect treat to have at your baby shower or birthday party.
Sarah Chen wanted her daughter Ellie’s first birthday party to be a pink Anthropologie themed Korean Dohl party.
When throwing your blue Tiffany & Co baby shower bash, don’t ever forget to overlook the dessert table. If you’re planning a baby shower for the arrival of a new boy, or are just in the mood to celebrate in Tiffany & Co. baby blue, this is the perfect dessert buffet table for you.
1st Barnyard Toothpick Candles features an array of barnyard animals that include a pig, chick, sheep, and cow. These decorative candles are a great way to add an extra touch to your celebration.
For Dylan’s first birthday party, all his guests started their engines! From black-and-white checkered flags and racecar centerpieces to a car-inspired cake, it was nothing but green lights for this little speed racer!
Baby Audrey is already a very lucky girl. Her parents Hazel and Carly and the rest of her new family could not be happier about her impending arrival. She will be the couples first little girl. To celebrate, the family put together the perfect girly pink princess baby shower with pearls, lace and everything else a future princess would love.
A very special pink and bling baby shower was thrown for a lucky mom to be by party planner Modern Girl Events. From the invitations and decorations to the gorgeous princess cake, everything was covered in pink and bling.
With a candy display this beautiful, all the little monsters will surely be thinking treat. Straight from the imagination of the Dessert Diva Amy Atlas comes the perfect end to a frightfully fantastic Halloween.
Stand out from the usual baby shower favors by putting your own heartfelt message on the coordinating colors of M&M’s. An easy way to get ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ from all your guests, these melt in your mouth candies deliver personalized fun in a way that let’s you be expressive about your joyous occassion.
This festive Blue Snowflake Gourmet Cookie is decorated by hand as an icy blue snowflake with white accents. It makes a great favor of dessert treat at your baby shower, especially for those in the winter season. You can use these wonderful iced Blue Snowflake Gourmet Cookies as baby shower party favors, or you can display them in a large basket or on a beautiful tray on your dessert table for an extra special presentation.
Be wowed by an elegant and fabulous hot pink and black baby shower. The white lace table cloths laying over the black table cloths give the room an air of distinction. A baby shower after all, is a party for adults, and this is a super chic affair!
Lisa McGarity held a baby shower at her mom Lisa Morris’ home in honor of her best friend Victoria Netherton and her baby boy James. The blue and chcolate brown theme began with paisley and polka dot print plates and napkins that Lisa found. She carried the colors throughout the day.
If you can’t wait to see the footprint of your baby boy, let your baby shower guests know. This special Blue Baby Footprint Gourmet Cookie is decorated by hand. You can use these wonderful iced Blue Baby Footprint Gourmet Cookies as baby shower favors, or you can display them in a large basket or on a beautiful tray on your dessert table for an extra special presentation.
By starting your baby shower theme off with the invitation, it lets your guests know not only that they are attending a party for your baby, but what type of mood the setting will be. You can have your theme last all the way through to the favors your guests will depart with.
Dessert is always a fun part of a baby shower, especially for a sweet-craving pregnant mom-to-be! Cake toppers are a fun way to spice up any baby shower cake and we’ve found some great ones to add some humor to a simple cake.
Looking for a great way to add extra flair to your baby shower cupcakes? These amazing laser cut cupcake wrappers will take your cupcakes to the next level. Whether pink or blue, they come in a variety of designs to make a show stopper out of your dessert.
All week we’ve been talking about the nesting and bird theme at Baby Lifestyles. We’re finishing the week the way you finish a party: with dessert! These nesting cupcakes are the perfect dessert for any bird or nesting theme event.
We’ve done a lot of reporting on how people across the country are going all out for their baby showers and first birthdays. But baby parties are not limited to these occasions. Just ask Stephanie, who’s forte is interior spaces and created this ‘interior space’ for a friend’s baby Christening for son Chase Tyler. Don’t think that because a Christening is a religious event that it can’t have a fun and decorative atmosphere, it’s still a celebration!
It’s not a ‘bee’ baby shower mosaic, it’s a ‘Mommy to Bee’ or ‘Baby to Bee’ baby shower mosaic! The yellow and black color combination at once suggests bumble bee, and it can be done easily and a chic way while keeping the fun in the day.
Going the extra mile to spruce up your tables can have a big visual impact at your baby shower. Using nontraditional patterns such as black and white damask will leave your guests in awe. Google defines damask as “A rich silk fabric woven with elaborate designs and figures, produced by complicated weaving, often of a variety of colors.” When you think of the swirly pattern, you may think Grandma’s boring kitchen table linens or ugly floral patterns…or just plain old…old! But think again, because damask is back! From the runway-ready clothing and accessories to the latest couture table settings, the Damask pattern has reinvented itself and is a fabulous way to accent tables…or anything for the matter in a unique and visually stimulating way! It says “elegant” “vintage” and “ultra-modern” simultaneously.
Cherry blossoms stand for virtue and new beginnings, making them a perfect theme for a the welcoming of a new baby. They symbolize ephemeral things: our lives, our joys, and those all-too-brief times on cloud nine, like your baby shower. The chocolate brown of the branches and the strawberry pink of the flowers are colors that look great together. A cherry blossom baby shower theme lets you not only draw on those lovely colors, but bring a sophisticated flair to your day without having to try too hard.
What’s the best part about any party? Dessert of course! Baby showers are no different and the most popular dessert at showers in 2009 are cupcakes. Themed baby showers means coordinating your cupcakes along with your decor, favors, colors, and of course invitations. One of our favorite pastry designers, Pink Cake Box serves as cupcake creator to the tasty bite-size treats below. See how easy it is to tie together a baby shower theme from invitation beginning to dessert ending.