May 09, 2013

Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Cowboys indians Dessert Table Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

This pattern driven and colorful party was styled by Julie from Frame & Bow in Australia to celebrate the joint birthday of her son and daughter. Julie found most of her inspiration in the Aztec prints, chevron patterns and bright colors that she saw recently in fashion. How great is that cake and the patterned chocolate bar wrappers? Other sweet treats on the dessert table included chocolate truffles, cookies, cupcakes, and jelly in recycled baby food jars. Fantastic.

Cake1 Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

chevron cookies Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

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Cupcakes1 Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Chocolate Bars Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Full Dessert Table Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Food Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

tablesetup Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Corn Cob Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Sherrif Cookies Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Cowboys Indians party Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

Red Cowboy hats Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

boots Colorful Chevron Dessert Feature

VENDOR CREDITS:

Styling: Frame & Bow
Cake: Cake Cake Cake
Cupcakes & Cookies: Cake.
Tabledressing: Peri Bonjuk
TeePee Tent: concept & design by Frame & Bow, Made by Peri Bonjuk

 

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  • Sasha

    Beautiful colors! Love the chocolate bar wrappers. The cake is beautiful! Lovely party!

  • http://madelein.se Madelein – Mother of six

    Wow! What a cake! :-) I am looking fpr inspiration for my youngest sons birthday next weeek. He is going to be seven!

  • Julie

    Thank u xx

  • ssdy

    Wow! What a cake

  • http://homeofhomemadetreasures.blogspot.com Mrs. Lucky

    Wow! All those details look amazing. It looks very impressive. I love the idea of including some fresh apples there too. Great work!

  • Liz

    I’m sorry, I’m a big fan of this blog, but this party is beyond offensive. My husband and child are, as this party calls them, “Indians.” I was prepared to overlook the appropriation of a minority culture; but when I got to the posed photo of the cowboys circling the “Indians” with finger guns, I could not believe what I was seeing. A group which has historically oppressed (to put it mildly) an entire population of people is pictured surrounding and pointing weapons at the group which was oppressed? It is beyond distasteful, and I’m shocked that such a reputable website is featuring such an event.

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