If you are interested in cake pops for the month of October, contact me ASAP! I have very limited availability due to already placed orders and being out of town, so first come first serve!
As mentioned in a previous post, June was full of my son’s 2nd birthday party, so you can see all of those cake pops and goodies in the link provided. Here are the other new designs of the month. Enjoy!
***And PLEASE remember, email is the BEST way to reach me! WordPress doesn’t always notify me when I get a new blog comment. For cake pop inquiries, please email me at email@example.com. Thanks!
Camera cake pops in blue and orange for a production company launch party:
Green and blue bow ties and mustaches for a Father’s Day themed order:
Pokemon themed cake pops with Pikachu, a Pokeball, and Clefairy:
Baseball themed cake pops for a Dodgers fan turning 18:
Minion cake pops with a minion themed birthday cake:
Patriotic themed cake pops for 4th of July:
Behind as usual :) but here are some cake pops from May. Remember to get updates on my work by following on Facebook and Instagram! (links over here ——>)
Stomper and Oakland A’s cake pops for a going away party:
Apples for Teacher Appreciation Week:
Bow ties for a baby shower:
“Mom” Tattoo Hearts for Mother’s Day:
Doctors, scrubs, and nurses for a birthday party:
Plants Vs. Zombies for a 5th birthday party:
Patriotic Themed cake pops for Memorial Day:
Ice cream cones and suns for summertime:
Breast Cancer Awareness for a breast cancer walk:
Hi everyone! This weekend my baby James turned 2. Where has the time gone!?!? I can’t believe I have a full on toddler on my hands!
Ever since he was able to identify characters, Mickey Mouse has always had the key to James’ heart. I’m pretty sure the best day of his life was when he met Mickey earlier this year at Disneyland, don’t you think?
So, having a Mickey Mouse themed birthday party was a given, no question about it. I teamed up with Donna over at Swish Printables again (she also designed the printables for James’ 1st birthday party) to design some Mickey silhouette printables. I wanted a more vintage feel of a party, rather than the colorful Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme. She was able to design my vision perfectly.
I can’t wait to walk through the party with you. All vendor information will be listed at the bottom if this post.
First off, the birthday boy! James was so excited to party! I ordered a “two” birthday shirt from the same vendor who made his “one” shirt from last year, and I love, love, LOVE how it turned out! It went with the theme beautifully and is a shirt that he can wear all year long.
Party decorations started as soon as the guests entered the door. I ordered some Mickey shaped cut outs off of Etsy in red, black, gray, and white and made a garland hanging from the front door.
When guests first walked into the party, they were greeted with a “We’ve Got Ears, Say Cheers” sign as well as a basket full of Mickey ears for each guest to wear at the party. They added a nice touch and were a party favor that everyone could take home with them. I loved seeing everyone being a good sport and getting into the theme of the party, especially my sister in law who brought her own set of sparkly Mickey ears :)
The banner was one of my favorite decorations of the party, I love how it turned out!
Donna also designed some food tents so I could label all the food, Disney themed of course :)
I also made some Mickey silhouette mason jar decorations that I found on Pinterest, they were so simple to do!
Finally, the dessert table!
I drew a Mickey silhouette onto black poster board and filled it in with a chevron stencil that I picked up at Michael’s.
The cake pops matched the red, black, and white theme and were in the birthday boy’s favorite flavor, chocolate. The tags that Donna designed tied in the theme perfectly.
And I loved using these gray chevron paper straws for the Mickey silhouette cake pops!
This was the first time I had used fondant to decorate a cake, but I found this design to be pretty simple. I love how it turned out. I found a couple of tutorials on Pinterest on how to make it in case you would like to make something similar!
This was also my first go around with chocolate covered oreos and pretzel rods. The oreos….oh my goodness, they were heavenly! I now know why these are starting to become so popular at parties these days, they were awesome!
Needless to say, it was hard keeping the birthday boy away from the dessert table. Thank goodness for the jump house outside to keep him occupied.
All in all, it was great party celebrated with family. The birthday boy had a blast, and it was so much fun to go from the planning stages of this party to seeing it become a reality. Thank you for helping celebrate James turning two! In the words of Mickey Mouse, thanks for stopping by :)
All printable designed by Swish Printables: www.swishprintables.com
“Two” t-shirt designed by Charlie and Sarah: www.etsy.com/shop/charlieandsarah
Mickey Mouse felt ears: LittleArtistShop on Etsy, can be found here
Mickey Mouse cut outs: MassattiScrapbooking on Etsy, can be found here
Paper straws: @vypassetti on Instagram
Chocolate molds: desirable_sweet_treats on Instagram and on Etsy, can be found here
Cake pops, oreos, pretzels, and cake: Let Them Eat Pops
Here are the cake pops from April:
Baby buggies for a baby shower
Little Mermaid themed cake pops for a Little Mermaid production
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse themed cake pops for a 2nd birthday
Star Wars cake pops for a baby shower
Teddy bear cake pops to welcome my nephew Theodore into the world :)
Lots and lots of Easter themed cake pops: bunnies, carrots, chicks, Easter eggs, bunny butts, pastel colors
Simple drizzled cake pops with a rose
Burlap themed cake pops for a bridal shower
Dinger cake pops for a Colorado Rockies fan
San Francisco Giants themed cake pops
Karate cake pops for a baby shower
San Jose Sharks themed cake pops
Here are the cake pops from March:
Ballet shoes and tutu cake pops for a grand opening at a local ballet studio:
Angry Birds cake pops:
Pink and purple butterfly cake pops:
Dalmatians with firefighter hats for a fire station birthday party:
Dog cake pops:
Pink and blue cake pops with pink roses for a bridal shower:
San Francisco 49ers themed cake pops for a Faithfulistas jewelry party hosted by Pandora jewelry:
Baseball cake pops:
Basketball cake pops with Stanford themed pops, including the Stanford tree, for March Madness:
St. Patrick’s Day themed cake pops; shamrocks, pot o golds, and drizzle with orange mustaches:
Here you go for the month of February…only 3 months late :P
Ladybugs for a first birthday:
Denver Broncos jerseys, helmets, swirls, and footballs cake pops for a Super Bowl party:
Blue cake pops with rainbow sprinkles for a 7th birthday:
Simple purple and white drizzled cake pops plus a bride and a groom for an engagement party:
Dallas Cowboys helmets, stars, and drizzle cake pops for a Cowboy fan:
Valentine themed cake pops:
Valentine themed cake pops for a local company: