It gives me great joy to donating and creating custom pieces for Operation Shower events. This time I was approached by Tanya from Save the date for Cupcakes to make pops for the dessert table she was styling . The theme was Once Upon a Time and I made The Lorax inspired Truffala Trees which I absolutely had a blast making. I used paper straws from Green Party Goods and Jet-Puffed‘s Jumbo Mallows. I also love love loved the little fondant Lorax figurine Brenda from Sugar High, Inc. made and was placed right by our pops, it was perfect!
I (digitally) met Tori from Thoughtfully Simple almost a year back and finally had a change to meet her in person during the San Diego Operation Shower event. Let me tell you, she is the sweetest person ever. We became instant friends
A few months later she told me she was putting together a bridal shower for her soon-to-be sister-in-law. I was ecstatic to finally have a chance to with her. The carefully described the feel she was going for and the colors she was incorporating, it all sounded wonderful and I knew it’d come together perfectly. When I finally saw the photos on Celebrations at Home blog, I was blown away. She did such a great job and every little detail was beautiful.
What an adorably bright and fun birthday party!
I had the pleasure of working with Dina from Deliciously Darling Events who put together this amazing Muppet’s inspired party for her son Malik’s 5th birthday party. When I finally got to see the photos of the whole party, my jaw dropped. She truly did an WOW job and every detail was filled with color, perfection and love. I seriously LOVED everything about it.
If you’re wondering how to host the PERFECT Girls’ Night In party here is your complete guide….
When Celebrity Event Planner and Designer Brian Worley asked us to design a few products for his special segment on Fox 5 San Diego Morning News (Aired on Tuesday, 3/6/12 9:20am) I was thrilled to finally meet him in person and have the opportunity to work together. He is soo fabulous, sweet, talented out of this world and totally grounded.
Here’s what we designed:
This is a way over-due post but one that I really wanted to write and share with all of you.
As some of you may already know, we have had the opportunity twice now to design and donate custom marshmallow pops for the beautiful organization Operation Shower. There are soo many reasons why I feel dearly toward this organization to name them all, I just hope to be able to continue donating our products and time whenever possible. You too can get involved by donating here or through their Amazon wishlist. After learning that they were hosting the January shower in San Diego, I immediately volunteered to provide pops and also to come help set up for the event. I was stoked to finally meet the wonderful team behind this organization and the 11 talented designers that were being involved.
Here’s the cherry on top of my ice cream sundae… I got to make new friends, hang out with a fabulous group of ladies, and I even heard our Flamingo Marshmallow Pops were a favorite on the sweets table with the future-mommas!
I can pretty much go on and on about my amazing experience but I’ll let the photos do most of the talking…. (more…)
A few months back we wrote a guest post for Eye Candy Event Details in celebration of their 1st year anniversary. Well, the lucky winner was Donna O’neil and she decided to cash in her prize with marshmallow pops for her daughter’s birthday party.
The theme was “Dinosaurs” so she picked our Dino Fun designs and ask to customize it a little to fit her party.
So our design went from (left) regular dinosaur to (right) cute girly dinosaur! (more…)
When Ebony from Sparkling Events & Design told me the theme of her sweet Valentine’s Day party, my marshmallow mind started spinning but as soon as I saw the invitations… it was clear to me what I was going to make for her.
As you may already know, I love my suuuper sweet amiga Nancy. She’s the creative mastermind behind from A to Zebra Celebrations. When she told me she was going to be styling a Valentine’s Day party around the Orange Crush soda, I immediately thought: Soda Caps!
Which meant, I was finally going to get a chance to use my digital projector to make the perfect consistent design.
Well…. it definitely wasn’t has easy as I thought. I need lots of practice but I made it happen in the end and I like the way it came out.
The base of the cap is actually a chocolate-covered marshmallow sandwiched in between two cookies called “Mini Mamut”. I also got a chance to add some yummy orange slice gummies to the pops… extra sweetness!
Photographs by Beba Photography
The party was an absolute success… lots of cute details, sweet desserts and funl ideas that are very inexpensive to recreate. The party was soo cute that it was featured on Living Locurto‘s blog. You can also see more photos and read up on the details here.
I officially have a love crush on this party!