Archive for Tag: Sip N See

February 16, 2012

Oh Lemon! Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions
This post added a little sunshine to our day. Annina from Enchanting Details designed this party for a Sip ‘n See. Sweet treats including lemon bars, lemon custard tarts, lemon sticky buns, lemon yogurt parfaits and lemon poppy seed muffins.White and glass vessels were used to break up all of the yellow. The simple backdrop was a framed “You Are My Sunshine” poster as well as yellow poms. Please don’t take my sunshine away! To…
November 21, 2011

Woodland Sip & See Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
We’re big fans of the ladies at Spaceships & Laserbeams. I may be partial because they specialize in parties for boys, but their parties are always creative. Stephanie created a “Sip N’ See” for her friend Jolene. To highlight the season, she used her Woodland Buddies printables collection which was designed by Catherine from Clever Monkey. Sweet treats included chocolate maple cake, apple spice cake, orange basil cupcakes and chocolate chip cookies all from Goodness…
August 26, 2011

Sip & See Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions
We love the southern tradition of a Sip ‘N See.  For anyone who has never heard of it, you can equate it to a baby shower but it is given after the baby is born. Sarah Crawford from Lil’ Hoot Parties created this Sip ‘N See party for her niece June, who was born in July (and celebrated in August.)  After two nephews, June was “A Welcome Change” and everyone was excited to meet her…
March 03, 2011

Bunting Inspired Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
Bunting garlands have been pretty popular for parties over the last few years.  This pink, silver and pearl pretty guest dessert feature by Chelsea {of Eye Candy and the Eye Candy Blog} in Melbourne has a design completely inspired by bunting garlands.  The party was a Sip ‘N See to celebrate the arrival of Chelsea’s second daughter, and Chelsea was inspired by the children’s nursery rhyme “Bye, Baby Bunting.”  Chelsea worked with Sarah of Style…