1. An overview of the sweets table. The tablecloth is 3 yards of Anna Maria Horner Little Folks Dobby Voile Pastry Line Lilac. It makes a pricey tablecloth but since we just trimmed the very edge of the cut ends with pinking shears, the fabric will live a second life.
2. A late-night buttercream catastrophe left us with no pretty flowers for Miss Quinn’s cake. I went to bed feeling defeated but woke up with an idea! One of the cute hairclips we had made on a lollipop stick added just the touch it needed!
3. A classic glass milk bottle, borrowed from my sister-in-law.
4. Apothecary jars filled with Milk Duds, Rock Candy lollipops and whoppers. Get the DIY for the “Sweets” jar here.
5. Country Store Old Fashion Taffy was a perfect 5&dime touch.
6. A little wooden sign (less than $1 at Michaels) which I sprayed with chalkboard paint invited guests to fill a bag of goodies.
7. Cupcake liners held leftover molded farm animal chocolates that didn’t make the cake. I have some pretty great tips for making molded chocolate. Should I share them as a DIY?
8. Mini cupcakes featured more molded chocolate animals. This might be my new go-to dessert for birthday parties. Insanely easy and so theme-friendly!
9. A full-body shot of THAT cake again. How about tips on building a tiered cake? interested?
10. And lastly the big debut of the Mod Podge Vase that we shared last week. New favorite project. Has anyone tried one yet?