Mar 23, 2012

Pretty Princess Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

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Once upon a time, a little princess named Tessa got the princess party of her dreams. This sweet party was sent to us by Bridget of Bridgey Widgey. The fairytale dessert spread included “poison” apples, glass slipper sugar cookies, and kissing frog candy. We love the lace overlay on the tablecloth and the beautiful princess hats. Bridget wanted each guest to feel like they stepped into their own fairytale that started “Once Upon A time” and ended “Happily Ever After.”  Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Princesses rule here and here.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

Styling: Bridget Parry
Photography: Bridget Parry
Printables: Mimi’s Dollhouse
Straws: Gygis

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13 Comments for: “Pretty Princess Guest Dessert Feature”

  1. Lovely, simply lovely! :-) The cake is beautiful and I love the precious Princess cookies too!

  2. The poison apples is so clever – it’s all just adorable!

  3. So lovely.

  4. What a beautiful party!! I love the hats, especially the trim folded around them! What cute shoe cookies and I love the framed signs labeling each item! Very classy!

  5. What a great party!! I love the glass slipper cookies… the fluffy icing looks so dreamy!!!

  6. Adorable party! Love the hats and the ung drill mirror!

  7. Delicado y hermoso…

  8. The labels and dessert ideas are just as adorable as the sweets! So creative and fun!

  9. What a sweet party! Love this elegant princess party.

  10. I love the little pink lemonades in the glasses with the striped straws.

    QUESTION: What brand are the lemonades, or did you just purchase the glasses?? I would like to do this for my daughter’s upcoming birthday.

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