22 Oct

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Amanda of Red Wagon Events whipped up this dreamy & delicious Ice Cream Parlour theme – complete with a charming ice cream sundae bar and float station – for Amelia’s 5th birthday party. Curious about the creative genius behind the amazing fondant ice cream cone topped cake? That was created by the birthday girl’s mom: Andrea of Cake-a-lishious! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– DIY Sundae Bar with sprinkles, coconut shreds, nuts & more fun toppings!
– Adorable pink striped sundae bar awning and backdrop
– Intricate ice cream cone and waffle sundae shaped sugar cookies
– Pretty pastel polka dot cake with pink bow & double scoop ice cream cone topper
– Old fashioned soda glasses + mini milk bottles

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

Dreamy Pink & Pastel Ice Cream Parlour Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Amanda

THEME & PRINTABLES 

Recently, a good friend and baker Andrea from Cake-a-lishious employed my services to design and style her daughter, Amelia’s 5th Birthday Party. Given the event was to take place at the local aquatic centre, an ice cream social was the perfect theme. Working with stunning pastel ice cream social printables from Sarah of Style Me Gorgeous in Australia I created an Ice Cream Parlour for Amelia’s birthday in shades of pink, lemon, mint, lavender and a touch of baby blue.

ICE CREAM SUNDAE DESSERT BAR 

Both Andrea (Cake-a-lishious) and her husband created two table canopies for both the ice cream soda station and the Ice Cream Parlour dessert buffet.  At the Ice Cream Parlour dessert table; tin pails housed the chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream and guests were able to choose from an assortment of toppings and also their choice of cone or tub for their sundaes. This was such a hit with all the guests even the adults making some real eye opener ice cream sundaes.

Also on offer was a stunning mix of pastel macarons and sundae inspired vanilla mud cupcakes with the sweetest fondant cherries on top! Noo from Dessert Menu, Please made the perfectly detailed ice cream sundae and ice cream cone cookies which were another fun element on the table.

The highlight of the table was the white chocolate mud and raspberry ice cream cone with a cherry on top cake made by Andrea of Cake-a-lishious.

Each dessert and topping was labelled with buffet labels from Sarah of Style Me Gorgeous’s Ice cream social printable collection. Sarah also custom designed the front of the table signage to symbolise Amelia’s Ice Cream Parlour shop frontage.

ICE CREAM FLOAT STATION

Guests at the party were also able to make ice cream soda’s in old fashioned soda glasses over at the soda station and a particular highlight for the children was drinking chocolate milk from the mini milk bottles. Guests were handed out personalised chocolate bars and mini apothecary jars filled with ice cream candies on their way home.

In between lunching and dessert the children were able to access the pool through gorgeous adjoining bifold windows to a private pool area.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Concept, Styling & Photography: Amanda De Santis of Red Wagon Events 
– Printable buffet labels, favour tags, chocolate wrappers & table signage: Sarah of Style Me Gorgeous
– Cake, Cupcakes and Table Canopies: Andrea Apos of Cake-a-lishious  
– Cookies: Dessert Menu, Please
– Macarons: Thomas Dux Grocers
– Venue: TRAC

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6Comments

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Amanda De Santis SAYS:

Wow. Such a wonderful surprise to wake up and see the party I styled for Amelia on your blog today! Thank you so much for show casing the work of myself but also cake-a-lishious and dessert menu, please, very excited lady here. Thank you Amber and Jenn xx

Reply October 23, 2012 at 1:05 pm

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Bowling System SAYS:

Thanks for the the valuable suggestions…keep writing on this topic. Two things I like about the post, one it is straight forward and two it does not attempt to promote anyone’s position particularly. Very valuable information jenn.

Reply October 27, 2012 at 4:54 am

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Molly SAYS:

Love the ice cream theme! Where did you find the little wooden scoops for the toppings?

Reply November 29, 2012 at 12:20 pm

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Bianca SAYS:

Love it! I have always wondered… how did you keep the ice cream frozen?

Reply February 19, 2013 at 11:29 pm

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