Archive for Tag: luau

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July 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…
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November 01, 2011

Chic Luau Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
We had a surprise snow storm on Saturday. While I love that first snow in the NYC, I’m already longing for the warm weather. This feature made us feel all sunny inside. Miriam from Glam Candies styled this party for a one year birthday party, but it would work well for an adult party as well. Hibiscus flowers gave the table a feminine, tropical feel. Cocktail parasol picks were used to create wreaths and add…
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September 01, 2011

Amy Atlas Moment: Aloha Summer

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
We are starting September off with a bang. This “Amy Atlas Moment” from Stefanie at Anna & Blue Paperie made us want to hop on a jet out of JFK and head to the warm, sunny beaches of Hawaii. Stefanie captured the feel of a Hawaiian Luau for her daughter’s birthday party.  The focal point was a backdrop made of a colorful bed sheet from Pottery Barn Teen!  Stefanie made the table skirt using raffia…
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August 18, 2011

Tiki Luau Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
We are loving the vibrant colors of this feature.  We are going to keep this one in our pocket for when it is freezing in NYC and we want to dream of surfing in the sun.  This party was designed by Gwynn of Gywnn Wasson Designs for a little boy’s first birthday.  Gwynn’s client wanted a Luau theme so she brought in surfboards and tiki heads to give it boyish charm. Gwynn used blue fabric…