All dressed up with crowns and wands plus a kiss from “Prince Ribbit”, this dessert table is perfect for a Sweet Purple Princess Tea Party! Mom, Debbie of Wants and Wishes designed adorable cupcake “tea cup” wrappers set on saucers and overall made a beautiful royal event for her birthday princess :)
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
- Pink fondant princess crowns on snowball “pillow” desserts on a bed of M&M “candy perils”
- Frog Prince bowl holding pink princess crowns and purple striped party hats
- Pastel pink cake topped with gum balls and printable carriage topper
- Frog sugar cookie favors with mini fondant pink crowns and red sprinkle tongues!
PARTY DETAILS, as told by Debbie…
Our little princess LOVES purple, so I had to make her princess birthday party with purple as the main color. This can easily be made into a pink princess collection. Just switch out the purple linens with pink, then add accents of purple instead of the pink as I did (or all pink if your little princess LOVES pink). Our printables have equal pink and purple in them with a little splash of green, yellow and orange.
We had wands and hats for each prince & princess. The wand topper is our part of our printable package. We just attached it to a playful polka dot paper straw and attached 1/8″ ribbon to make it a little more princess worthy. We created pink and purple wand toppers, so each princess or prince could have their favorite color. The crowns and princess hats were placed in “Prince Ribbit” our oversized frog bowl. Our princess cone hats have one of my favorite design illustrations…. a princess carriage with a tea party set up inside.
Our desserts for our princess tea party are truly made for royalty. My favorite dessert was our new twist on a cupcake teacup cupcake wrapper. We made the cupcake look like a tea cup by adding a “handle” to them. The cake had a two piece cake topper. You could use each one separate or both together. All the kids really went crazy over the gum balls on top. It was hard to keep all 14 little hands from grabbing the gum balls right off the cake. They were all devoured the second the candles were blown out. Princess frog sugar cookie with fondant crowns were given as favors. The crowns were eaten first by each kid…. They all really liked the fondant crowns. Twinkies had mini wrappers around them (our printable wrappers could also be used as napkin rings). I created these little delights: A crown on top of a “pillow”. Such a simple dessert to make for those who don’t have hours slaving away! Just place some candy filler at the bottom. Then place a snow ball on top (You can find white and pink snowballs at grocery stores and gas stations). Add a fondant crown with inset “candy perils”. Top with one of our flags.