Feb 22, 2012

Feeling Groovy Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Deanna from Mirabelle Creations created this groovy 70’s inspired disco party for her daughter’s 9th birthday. She wanted to give the table a modern and sophisticated twist so she used  the very popular chevron pattern in an aqua, lime green, and slate color palette. How great is the chevron designed cake using Sixlets?  We think it is fabulous. You can use any type of small candy to create pattern on your cake. We’ve even used Lifesavers! Deanna was inspired by a striped cake made by Sprinkle Bakes. Other sweet treats included disco ball oreo truffle pops, disco ball cookies, marshmallows and homemade donuts. Deanna made all of the desserts with the exception of the cupcakes, which she purchased at her local grocery store. Guests painted pet rocks {another nod to the 70’s} and danced to disco music all evening. Groove on down to the bottom to see the vendor credits.

Crazy for chevron? Click here and here.

Vendor Credits:

Printables, Styling, Photography:  Mirabelle Creations
Straws & Chevron Favor Bags:  Pretty Little Party Shop
Mira’s Headband:  One Little Band
Disco Ball:  Oriental Trading
Sixlets for Cake:  Nuts.com



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  • Brielle

    sixlets are so simple yet completely dress up an every day cake. Love it. How much time did it take?

  • debbie

    where can you get the lemon marshmallows?

  • Brielle — It didn’t take that long to put the sixlets on the cake. The most time consuming part was figuring out the pattern to make the chevron look. Debbie — I made the marshmallows. I found the recipe on http://www.foodnetwork.com Thanks!

  • Loving the chevron look! Cute party – modern twist to the groovy-ness 🙂 -Dani

  • I’d love a “Pin It” button in your “Share” area! I love your ideas!