Little Bake Shop

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Description

We wanted to let the girls play "Bake Sale" so we bought only STORE made treats only- and just dressed them all up they had a blast!

Design Inspiration

Bake Sale!

Decorating Style

I like a mismatch of things. I plan things out to the last detail, but I somehow ALWAYS change the game plan minutes before I start the setup!

 

Project Details

 

We used simple, easy to buy and inexpensive desserts that kids truly like. Oreos, donuts, marshmellows, chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies and a few other things that were pre-made. Overall it cost $24 for all of the treats and the chocolate milk. We used an old baby changing table for the display table that I found at the REStore (habitat for humanity) just cleaned it up and it was the perfect display!

 

I made the decorations, and enlisted a few of my favorite vendors to help with some fun outfits for the girls to play in. I am crafty, but I cannot turn on a sewing machine.

 

 

 

Party Design/Styling - Amber Lyden of Party On! Designs

 

http://www.facebook.com/PartyOnDesigns

 

Assembled Party Decore - including cookie treat bags, tissue poms, cupcake toppers, milk bottle wraps, straws, flags, banners, signage  - www.partyondesigns.com

 

Beautiful Tutus by Spoiled Sweet -

 

http://www.facebook.com/SpoiledSweetfanpage

 

Custom Headbands by Birdie Baby Boutique

 

http://www.facebook.com/BirdieBoutique

 

Custom Pink Milk & COokies shirt by Sweet Threads Clothing

 

http://www.facebook.com/sweetthreads

 

Photography by Hayley Burton

 

Favorite Items

I would have to say that my favorite single item is the cookie bags. I loved how they turned a store bought chocolate cookie into a "gift"

 

Advice

Spend the $5-$10 on some printable items, or clear bags and ribbon to dress up some simple cookies! When you are in a pinch, or are celebrating with tons of guests, it's much more cost effective to spend a few dollars on a "food makeover" than it is to specially order treats and ship them!

 

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