Jul 15, 2013

Hawaiian Luau Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Aloha everyone! We are loving this Luau dessert table that Nikki created for her daughter’s 5th grade dance. The fabulous background design was made of giant crepe paper flowers and was inspired by vintage Hawaiian postcards. We love how Nikki cut paper to look like fruit and how she made the the fringe serving pieces from construction paper. However, our favorite element is pineapple cake pop centerpiece! With the pineapple being a prominent symbol of Hawaii, Nikki made the pineapple cake pop centerpiece to represent the bountiful fruit tables at a traditional luau. Nikki covered Styrofoam with fondant and attached the cake pops. Brilliant! Other sweet treats on the dessert table included “Blue Hawaii” cupcakes, adorable Hawaiian shirt, pineapple and hibiscus flower cookies, rainbow layer cookies with hula skirt, flip flop, and flower fondant toppers, and umbrella topped macaroons. Fabulous! Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Credits:

Styling: Nikki
7 Layer cookies – Montelone’s
Food Tents – Nikki’s Etsy Shop

 

 

 

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  • http://hooplapalooza.blogspot.com Lisa @hooplapalooza

    oh how i LOVE this party! and the pineapple is truly genius! :)

    • http://Www.nikkiikkin.com Nikki Berry

      Thanks Lisa, That’s a wonderful compliment! I’ve written up a behind the scenes look at the creation of the pineapple cake pop display on my blog, http://www.nikkiikkin.com. Come see how I came up with it!

  • Stacy Ortega

    Is there a tutorial on these lovely flowers? I’d love to recreate this whole setup for my niece’s 18th birthday/graduation party! Thanks!!