Chloe’s first birthday dessert buffet was fit for royalty. The pink and yellow table was decorated with a shimming fabric backdrop and hanging custom printed birthday sign.
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.
Leni’s son, Branden, loves Thomas the Train. He loves Thomas so much so that he received a lot of Thomas related presents before there even was a party, which all the more pointed to this choo choo being chosen as a party theme.
Simplicity natural elegance would be the best way to describe this dream dessert table for a baby boy’s shower.
A Little Man is on His Way was perfect for this intimate mustache baby shower theme.
Kate wanted to do a bright and colorful theme party for her daughter Olivia’s second birthday. Since she gets the Elmo giggles, she thought Sesame Street and it’s cuddly red character would make a great theme.
Mom to be Tricia’s husband is a coach, and asked for a sports theme baby shower. When Nancy spotted a sign that said “Eat – Sleep – Play Ball” she instantly knew this was the name for the theme.
Patty simply invited friends by for a casual sip and see to meet the new baby. She proves it doesn’t have to be a huge table with dozens of options, just some simple snacks and lemonade.
Sarah of Style Me Gorgeous celebrated her son Max’s baby naming with a blue elephant theme celebration of family and friends.
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.
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.
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.