Archive for Tag: Sesame Street

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August 17, 2012

C Is for Cake Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
We have been seeing some incredible cakes recently. From this Princess & The Pea cake to this Giggle & Hoot inspired cake, we love how cakes are becoming STARS. Lindsey from LOVEinc styled this party for her son’s birthday and made a  40 layer rainbow cake to be the headliner. Yes, 40 layers! To complement the cake, Lindsey made an Elmo Sundae bar.  Sweet treats included ice cream, waffle cones and bowls, Grover floats, Cookie…
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May 02, 2012

Muppets Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
The Muppet Movie hit the theaters this year and I had such a fun time watching it on the big screen with my kids. I was a big Muppets fan growing up and to seeing them again brought back a lot of memories. My favorite character was always Miss Piggy. This Muppets dessert table from Dina at Deliciously Darling Events is an edible interpretation of the feisty muppet gang. Dina created this dessert and candy…
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January 18, 2011

Sunny Days Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
Sunny days are definitely sweeping the clouds away with this featured submission.  This table was sent to us by Effi Tsoukatos from Le Petit Party in Australia which she created for her son Dimitri’s first birthday.  It’s not easy to make commercial characters look cute on a dessert table, but this one was executed perfectly.  The fun, happy colors, the character cupcakes and cake, the table being “brought to the guests by the letter D…
November 10, 2009

C is for Cookie

By: Amy Atlas, in Uncategorized
Today marks the 40th Anniversary of Jim Henson’s Sesame Street and Bakerella outdid herself yet again and made her gorgeous cake pops into the wonderful characters on Sesame Street. I think Sesame Street brings back memories for all of us, right? I have vivid memories of watching Big Bird and the Cookie Monster as a young child. And now after over 30 years, I watch my own children laugh at those same characters on tv.…