Tania’s request for her big 30th bash was to pay homage to the 80’s through rock and roll icons, dress-up gear and overall party design. This was by far one of my favorite events to put together. Enjoy the fun pictures!
Some details to look for include:
-3 tier 80’s theme birthday cake
-Graffiti birthday cake
-Microphone cake ball pops
-Flower arrangements displayed in LED lit cassette tape containers
-Fun 80’s dress up gear
Main Dessert Table
We wanted to keep things simple, modern and full of color for the main food table. The linens and floral containers were white, while the flowers were bright neon colors, clustered throughout the center of the table. The main focal point of this table design was the dessert selection. A 3 tier fondant 80’s theme birthday cake was the centerpiece, a smaller graffiti designed cake was nestled in front, a large display of microphone cake ball pops sat behind, mini bundt cakes were displayed on tiered vintage record stands and custom designed sugar cookies for the birthday girl were neatly arranged on white platters.
One of my favorite finds for this event was the LED lit cassette tape floral container. These arrangements neatly sat atop the line of cocktail tables along the back patio.
Party Design & Printables: Crowning Details
Cake Ball Pops: Angie's Cakes (League City)
Cakes: Whoo’s Bakery
Whenever we are asked to support local non-profit organizations, we jump at the opportunity! Giving of our time and talents in service of others is a great honor!
I had the pleasure of helping the co-chairs of this Spaulding for Children luncheon in the Fall of 2014.
Here is a little blurb about the Spaulding for Children:
Spaulding for Children is a unique agency that is dedicated to building and sustaining strong, nurturing adoptive families for children in need.
These are children with physical, mental or emotional disabilities, older children, minority children and sibling groups. We do this by placing the children with permanent, adoptive families and providing on-going support after placement.
We charge no fees to our families for adoptions.
I worked closely with Kristin in preparation of a surprise 50th wedding anniversary dinner for her parents. When she reached out to us about this luncheon, we simply couldn't say no.
Crowning Details was able to provide a few key touches to their already amazing event. Instead of template table numbers, we created colorful designs that coordinated with their event invitation and florals.
And, for a touch of fun, guests were encouraged to take home colorful heart cookies provided by Whoo's Bakery with Spaulding for Children favor tags provided by Crowning Details. We cannot thank Stacey Fuller with Whoo's Bakery enough for graciously donating 200 beautifully crafted cookies for this event!
We hope you enjoy the photos!