Joanna from GloboArte created a large British guard and lamp post to complement our d-board telephone booth creating an awesome background for our main table.
As always we setup a dessert and candy bar full of delicious sweetness. Candy favorites that should always be part of a candy stand and home made desserts complete our fantastic table. Among the desserts we offered mini trifles, lemon cookie biscuits, french macarons and jello cups by Merari's Pastry. Cupcakes and cake pops with the london theme were brought in along with the beautiful cake by EndulsArte by Mary Annette. She is an artist with porcelain and gum paste. The cake topper was inspired by the little soldier from digital graphics by KandyMagick we used on our stationary. We also served suger cookies by Peggy in three iconic designs.
We used lots of aluminum tea cans with the Brithish theme that we were so lucky to find at Marshall's. These came in red, white and blue as well as with the British flag, a couple of tin taxi cabs and iconic mailboxes. How cute are they! They worked amazingly for us as we used them to display candy on the dessert table and white and blue daisies for our centerpieces for which we used several types of boxes, paper luggage, frames and flowers.
The favor table was framed by a d-board double decker bus. Small tin buckets were filled with kid's favorites embellished with a gift tag.
And as usual we completed the setup with bottle water labels, paper straws, striped favor bags, a birthday banner and framed signs.
So fun and bright! A party fit for a little prince.
Party styling, stationary, props: Partylicious
Balloons: Johanna Padín - GloboArte
Cake, cupcakes & cake pops: EnduslArte by Mary Annette
Desserts: Merari's Pastry
Sugar cookies: Peggy Pérez
Paper luggage, straws and favor bags: Shop Sweet Lulu
Graphics: KandyMagick and clementinedigitals.etsy.com