Feb 03, 2011

Back 2 School Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

There is nothing about this table that I don’t love.  Leoni from Just Call Me Martha down under sent us this table she created for her daughter’s 4th birthday party.  The theme of the party was Back to School since Australia’s summer break is about to end.  Leoni told us that she took her inspiration from our Back to School Bake Sale.  This table has so many creative elements.  The use of the chalkboard for both the linen, backdrop, and milk tags is so clever.  I love the pencils as sticks for the toffee apples, the cookie apples on the tree, and the use of books as vessels. Also, how fun do those pencil rolls look?  The alphabet “play snacks” {see below} and math cupcakes are so cute.  I always say, those ladies down under do an amazing job, and this one is no exception!  I would give this table an A+!

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  • Quite possibly the cutest & most creative party…ever!

  • amazingly cute love love

  • wow this is absolutely gorgeous! such creative ideas, love it!

  • Mariamoya

    Ideal!!!

  • lydia

    amazing….ilove your idea’s,you make everything special… 🙂

  • Now this is absolute genius! I love everything about it. Totally original and so well executed!

  • Cayla

    This is SUCH a great idea! And, it was executed beautifully! Just perfect!

  • so creative! I love!

  • April

    I am so excited to see this post, I am doing a savings for college theme for my DD first birthday and I could totally use some of these ideas for her party. Too cute!!!

  • How beautiful and creative!!!! I LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!

  • Debbie D

    This is the cutest party idea I have ever seen for “Back to School”. I’m so looking forward to planning my son’s kindergarten class’s “End of School” party in a couple of months and am looking for some ideas. So if anyone has any please share!

  • Ola Z

    This table is so unbeleivably creative!! I can’t get enough from looking at it

  • This is the most precious thing ever!!!

  • My favorite back-to-school/going-to-school/school-anything party I’ve ever seen. The use of the chalkboard is *genius*.

  • Pili

    Makes me want to go back to muy school´s days 😉

  • Mickey

    Wow! Very awesome!

  • Fantastic! I absolutely love that table setup, perfect!

  • Lillian

    This made my morning!!!! I love it!! What talent and attention to detail 🙂

    Love it 🙂

  • Congrats Leoni! AWESOME!

  • This is awesome – I love it!!

  • I’m completely stunned. This is PHENOMENAL!!

  • Laurie

    Love, Love, LOVE! My daughter is only 4 – she’ll start Kindgergarten in the fall of 2012, but this would be a great “first day of school” party for her…thanks for sharing!

  • This party is so unbelieveably cute!! I really love how she used the chalkboards to display the food. So creative!

  • This is beyond amazing!! I LOVE IT! Wow!!

  • WOW! This soooooooo detailed I LOVE IT, AWESOME JOB! CAN’T STOP COMING BACK ! THIS IS AMAZING!

  • Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU Amy and team for sharing my party with everyone. I was thrilled to switch on my PC this morning and see this waiting for me, yippeeeeeee lol

    I am about to hit the submit button on my blog, that will feature all the gorgeous vendors I’ve used for this party 😉

    Thank you!!! About to pass out…….
    Leoni
    xxx

  • Simply off the charts! This is incredible and I’m in love with every magnanimous detail! Job well done and thanks so much for sharing!

  • Wow, this could’t be fresher…I’m speechless

  • Krisha

    Where did you find the straws? They are adorable!

  • I love it, she is so talented!

  • Oh. My. Goodness. This is quite possibly the cutest children’s party, EVER!! Love the chalkboard and pencil rolls, as well as every other detail here!!! WOW.

  • AWWW, ABSOLUTELY DAHRLING!! I LOVE EVERY DETAIL ON THIS PRECIOUS TABLE! I WANNA BE AT THIS PARTY! 🙂

  • Amy, So cute it hurts! Keep rockin’ it!

  • shea

    FABULOUS!

  • Joy Robyn

    Do you know where she found the bottles for the milk?

  • This is really adorable. I’m loving the chalkboard idea these days! I even bought these cute chalkboards at Michaels the other day and I have no idea what to do with them yet! I’m about to buy the chalkboard paper roll over there too.

  • Thank you everyone 😉

    Krisha – straws are from Tout Mon Amour – http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Tout-Mon-Amour/161019433943943
    Joy – I bought my bottles from Bed Bath and table but Sharnel Dollar Designs also have them http://www.sharneldollardesigns.com.au/store/pc/Mini-Glass-Bottles-c38.htm

    • Krisha

      Thank you so much! I love your blog! You are so talented 🙂

  • this is quite possibly the most adorable thing on the planet.

  • Beautiful job, Leoni. I love everything. But you knew that already. lol

  • darling! can’t wait to do my version for next school year! 🙂

  • The best!!!!

  • Astir

    Fabulous!!!!

  • Thanks for featuring a BEAUTY of a party. I have featured it today on my blog and linked back here! I would be HONORED if you would stop by!

    http://frillsandfrolic.blogspot.com/2011/02/party-envy-back-to-school-birthday-bash.html

    Amanda

  • Amanda

    What are the pencil rolls made of? Very Very cool party! I will be recreating this one for teacher appreciation in a few short weeks! You Rock!!!

  • Natalie

    Where do you buy the cute glasses that hold the milk? If you could email me that would be great.

  • Amanda, the pencil rolls were made from mini tootsie rolls and fondant
    Natalie, the mini bottles were bought from Bed Bath & Table, but Sharnel Dollar Design also has them in her shop, as does Little Big Company

  • This is really inspiring! Not only what to include in a party but to actually hold a back to school party. My son & his friends will enjoy this. Thank you for sharing!!

  • Staci Creswell

    Can you come give a party at my house!!! I think your entire theme and details are soooo cute!!!!!

  • Gina

    Just saw this on Pinterest. Amazing ideas!!! Absolutely adorable! Thinking of “borrowing” some of your ideas for my daughter and/or her teachers this year.