Sunday, August 15, 2010

Birthday Candy Dreams

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I designed this amazing confectionary dream for my daughter's 10th birthday party. Thank heavens I own a wedding facility with all of the trays, jars, centerpieces, and a personal pastry chef! To be perfectly honest, I don't bake worth a darn--so my sister, the pastry chef, made the AMAZING cake, and my husband made the mini brownies and cupcakes. I bought all of the candy at the dollar store. I would honestly hire out Tables by WhipperBerry to do this for your next event instead of "do-it-yourself". It’s not as easy as it looks. The investment in the hardware alone would be astronomical!

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My daughter and her friends were extremely impressed, well as much as 10 year olds can be. But then came the sugar high and the sugar crash... did I mention it was a sleepover for 9 little girls?! What was I thinking? This was truly a sacrifice of love. Maybe next year I'll just buy her an i-Pad and call it a day...

Tell us what you think, we love to hear from all our WhipperFriends!  And, don’t forget to enter this weeks Giveaway!

Erin

1 comment:

  1. Tempting! Accent your choices with interesting jars and candy dishes over a bright and fun tablecloth. Stagger them on tiers, tie some balloons, and include little boxes for your guests to use and create their own to-go candy bag or favors.




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