Bakery Themed Party {Guest Feature}

Here’s a unique party idea for your kids – a Bakery themed party! Sent in by Amber of Party On! Designs, this adorable design uses simple “tricks” to turn store bought items into party worthy treats. I love her concept for keeping it simple {words to live by} and doing it yourself.

Amber used an old changing table as a serving station, and offset that with some hanging poms – I love the asymmetry they create! All the treats are displayed with style to elevate their humble beginning {they’re all from the grocery store}. Check out all the details and Amber’s description below…

“We wanted to let the girls play “Bake Sale” so we bought store made treats only- and just dressed them all up. We used simple, easy to buy and inexpensive desserts that kids truly like. Oreos, donuts, marshmallows, chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies and a few other things that were pre-made. Overall it cost $24 for all of the treats and the chocolate milk. We used an old baby changing table for the display table that I found at the REStore (habitat for humanity) just cleaned it up and it was the perfect display!

I would have to say that my favorite single item is the cookie bags. I loved how they turned a store bought chocolate cookie into a “gift.”

*TIP* Spend the $5-$10 on some printable items, or clear bags and ribbon to dress up some simple cookies! When you are in a pinch, or are celebrating with tons of guests, it’s much more cost effective to spend a few dollars on a “food makeover” than it is to specially order treats and ship them!”

Styling & DesignParty On! Design / Tutus - Spoiled Sweet / Custom Headbands - Birdie Baby Boutique / Custom Milk & Cookies shirtSweet Threads Clothing

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About Chris

Chris Nease is a party stylist and home entertaining expert with over 15 years of experience. In addition to her work as founding editor of Celebrations At Home, Chris is an editorial stylist and contributor to Homes.com, Marie Callender's, and SheKnows. Most recently her work has been published in Woman's World, Yum Food & Fun for Kids, and Cottages & Bungalows.

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  1. I love the idea of letting kids go “shopping” at the bakery! How adorable!

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