Aug 12, 2013

Butterfly Garden Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

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This pretty butterfly party was styled by Margit from dot & dash parties. The table was inspired by a quote from “The Butterfly” by Hans Christian Andersen Butterfly Garden Guest Dessert Feature and the simple white butterflies that she sees all summer long. We love the wreath that Margit hung above the dessert table. Sweet treats included a butterfly adorned cake, daisy cookie wands,  peanut butter and jelly tea sandwiches, flower candies, marshmallows, cupcakes, caramel corn and lemonade. The little butterfly ladies were given white wings to wear during their tea party and danced, ate sweets and planted butterfly gardens. Great job. Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Photography by Alyssa Fortin Photography.

FUN FACT: A bronze statue of Hans Christian Andersen sits in Central Park and was first unveiled in 1955 to commemorate what would have been the author’s 150th birthday.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

Party concept and styling: dot & dash
Cupcakes: Sadie Mae’s Cupckae Cafe
Cake: Cake Wish
Cookies: Lisa Dickason Cookies
Photography: Alyssa Fortin
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4 Comments for: “Butterfly Garden Guest Dessert Feature”

  1. This party is beyond adorable!!! Seriously love. :)

  2. It is tasty and is very beautiful!

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