16 Jan

Whimsical Lollipop-Inspired Dessert Table

lollipop birthday party dessert table

Jasmine from The Couture Cakery is back with another fabulous sweets table! This time it’s a pink & green Lollipop-Inspired Dessert Table that was created for a young girl’s birthday party… but I’m pretty sure this table made guests of ALL ages very happy!

And speaking of happy, let’s talk about this fabulous floral arrangement too. I seriously just LOVE this…

lollipop birthday party dessert table

In keeping with the theme, The JDK Group came up with this whimsical + clever “lollipop-inspired” design. If you’re feeling crafty, you can follow their lead using round floral foam + flowers, wooden dowels wrapped with floral tape for the “stems”, and a glass vase lined with ti leaves, filled with styrofoam, and covered with moss.  Hmmm… I  feel a new DIY post coming in the future, because I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to try this at home!

Read on for LOTS more sweet images and dessert table details, as told by Jasmine

lollipop birthday party dessert table

THE INSPIRATION for the sweets table was a fun pink and green lollipop invitation that was shaped like a round whirly pop, glued to a pop stick, and wrapped in cellophane. The centerpiece of the table was an adorable 2-tier birthday cake decorated with fondant lollipops & flowers!

lollipop birthday party dessert table

lollipop birthday party dessert table

Candy choices included: gummy apple rings, gummy frogs, gummy pink pigs, yogurt covered raisins, pink & green sour candy, pink & green chocolate gems, and rock candy sticks, all purchased from Weaver Nuts and Candy.

lollipop birthday party dessert table

The green/white Twist Up Pops and round pink/white Whirly Pops were purchased from Bulk Candy Store. The whirly pops were personalized with circle cut outs. Fresh kettle corn and hot cocoa popcorn from a local farmers market were a cost-effective way to fill 2 largest apothecary jars.

lollipop birthday party dessert table

I designed and created all the tags and labels. I love using the sticky craft-store rhinestones to add a little BLING!

lollipop birthday party dessert table

Other handmade treats included: pink chocolate dipped marshmallow pops, chocolate dipped pretzel sticks, iced cookies shaped like candy, gourmet cupcakes with mini fondant flower cut-outs.

lollipop birthday party dessert table

lollipop birthday party dessert table

White chocolate dipped Oreos with pink & green polka dots from Sweeties By Kim:

lollipop birthday party dessert table

Catering and floral arrangements shaped like lollipops were provided by The JDK Group. Coordinating menu tents help tie the the food & dessert tables together.

lollipop birthday party dessert table{Pictured above: Mozzarella Pipettes}


Styling & design, tags, labels, cake, cupcakes, iced cookies made by: The Couture Cakery
Oreo cookies: Sweeties By Kim
Photography: Thomas Beaman Photography
Catering and food styling: The JDK Group


P.S. f you love the look of this table, also check out this gorgeous & playful Mountaintop Whimsy Wedding with a similar look & feel!

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Alisia SAYS:

Can you tell me where you bought the Picture Frame or where I can get something similar?

Reply February 9, 2011 at 1:31 am

ana m. zuniga SAYS:

My daughter 21st birthday is coming and she wants her theme to be candyland. I Love your website. Thank you for the great ideas. Can you please tell me where can I purchase the personalized circle cut out labels?

Reply February 16, 2011 at 7:49 pm

lara SAYS:

Where did you get your glass candy jars from?

Reply February 28, 2011 at 9:38 pm

Tara SAYS:

This is the cutest thing I have ever seen. I am using some of these ideas for my daughter’s first birthday party. Thanks!

Reply March 11, 2011 at 9:59 am

Grace SAYS:

What site did u get the cards for the candy names???

Reply March 23, 2011 at 1:52 pm

Jill SAYS:

Love it! Would you mind sharing the font??

Reply January 16, 2012 at 3:39 pm

jenn s. SAYS:

Hi Jill – The font is called Albemarle Swash. If you google it you should be able to find several sites where you can download it for free :)

January 17, 2012 at 10:08 am

kayladreher SAYS:

I love your tags and labels do you sell the pdf file for them?

Reply March 7, 2012 at 10:22 am

Sasha SAYS:

I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FAB U LOOUUSS

Reply May 31, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Telicia Chambliss-Brooks SAYS:

I like this.

Reply July 23, 2012 at 1:52 pm

Susie Handelman-Haberman SAYS:

so whimsical and happy!

Reply October 31, 2012 at 2:12 pm

Susie Handelman-Haberman SAYS:

so whimsical and happy!

Reply October 31, 2012 at 2:12 pm

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