Sep 18, 2013

Brave Knight Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

We’re loving this Brave Knight party sent to us by Valerie from Top it Off Designs. Valerie told us that the party was planned in 4 days, which is amazing when you scroll down to look at all of the details! The inspiration came from a Meri Meri party theme. We love how Valerie made the dessert table look like the front of a castle with the fortress print backdrop, red velvet curtains and vertical cone topiaries. It makes the table look grand, right? Valerie also brought in some great tables like the barrel table for the desserts and the cart for the gift station.The dessert table had fabulous decorated cookies and cake toppers as well as Knight head cakepops, crown covered Oreos, and macarons with flag toppers. The little guests had a royal dining table with knight hats, goblets and mini wooden trunks filled with chocolates. They also spent time by the royal red Georgian tufted armchair, which was used for a photo booth for the ‘lil knights. So fun! Scroll down for the vendor credits.

Photography: Laura Bernal Photography.

Fun Fact: Did you know it took 14 years of training to become a knight? Training began at the age of 7 as a page. After 7 years, the page was graduated to a squire. At 21, the squire was finally knighted.

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Event Styling: Top It Off Designs

Photography: Laura Bernal Photography

Cake: Unique Designer’s Cake

Party Printables: Macula Design

Cookies: Sweet Dough

Cake pops, Macarons, Cupcakes & Chocolate Covered Creme Cookies: Earth and Sugar

Prop Rentals: Mi Vintage

 

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