Colorful, fun, and bright event that brings the childhood board game to life!
My daughter provided the idea and inspiration for this event. She chose the theme and I wanted to keep the details true to the very adorable sections of the board game.
Cupcake Commons and Candy Castle were from Amy Cakes, Norman Oklahoma http://www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-Cakes-Norman-Oklahoma/267247545697?fref=ts
Gingerbread House, Ice Cream Slopes (cake pops), and cookies were from 3 Monkeys Cakes & Cookies (OKC) http://www.facebook.com/pages/3-Monkeys-Cakes-Cookies/145257545524478?fref=ts
Ice Palace (chocolate covered apples) by Apple Envy (OKC) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Apple-Envy/307738469251795?fref=ts
Design and Styling by Couture Celebrations OKC http://www.facebook.com/BoutiqueChicCelebrations
My favorite part was the ice cream slopes! They were cake pops which were beautifully decorated and very easy for the children to grab and eat while they played!
The most challenging part of this table was trying to decide how to display the Lollypop Woods. At first I thought I would stick each lollipop in vases filled with candy, but I decided it wouldn’t provide the look that I was going for. I ended up using floral arrangement foam, peppermints, M&Ms, sour chews, foam glue and a level surface. To do this, get one side of the foam rectangle covered in glue. The candy coating will start to come off in the glue, which will cause the pieces to slide around. The faster you can get your pieces on and settled onto the level surface where they will dry for next several days, the better. Once the glue had completely dried, I flipped the side covered with candy to face the front and placed the three large lollipops into the foam on the top surface. I then repeated the process with the glue and placing the candy around the lollipop sticks. The smaller lollipops were arranged into a smaller piece of foam that would fit into a candy jar, and the foam was hidden and held in place by M&Ms.