Jun 26, 2013

Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Shark Party Dessert Table Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

Watch out…we are headed into shark infested waters today! This part was styled by Rachel from PARTePRINTS for her son’s first birthday. Inspired by her son’s love of the ocean and everything in it, Rachel created a party that was fun and graphic. We love the paper plate backdrop that Rachel created using square plates from Party City and Command Strips! What a creative way to bring color to your wall. Guests were greeted with “ocean water” and shark tooth necklaces. Sweet treats on the dessert table included a three tiered ocean cake, fintastic triple salted caramel cupcakes, shark infested jello and glass canisters filled with candy. Great job! Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Shark Infested Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

School Of Sharks Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

Fintastic Cupcakes Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

Ocean Water Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

Birthday Cake Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature

VENDOR CREDITS:

Styling and photography: PARTePRINTS
Cake: Fantasy in Frosting
Candy: Oh! Nuts!
Printable Designs: Nellie Design
Visors, Bubbles & Necklaces: Oriental Trading
Shark Shirt:  Once Upon s Story
Shark Shoes: Vans
Cupcake Recipe: Sprinkle Bakes
Straws, Cupcake Liners & Goodie Bags: Sweets Treats Boutique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Comments for: “Shark Party Guest Dessert Feature”

  1. The paper backdrop is genius! Beautiful party! What a lucky boy!

  2. We adore paper plate backdrops and have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to them! We use them as our signature backdrop for product shoots. We attach them to foam core board with velcro so we can interchange the plates easily depending on the colors of the products.

  3. Everything looks SO amazing! I’m always so excited to see how customers use my printable party decor. This is one fabulous shark party! I LOVE the paper plate backdrop, and love even more the above suggestion to interchange them adhering them to foam core with velcro! Genius! Great job Rachel!

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