Little Witches' Soiree
Today, I am sharing a super cute Halloween celebration for all the little witches, princesses, monsters, and goblins in your life that I bet they will enjoy! Let's start with the dessert table...
For the dessert table I used an old white vintage desk that I have and absolutely love. Most likely you have seen this piece in several of my party set ups.
As you can see, my dessert table was full of fun and colorful desserts. I loved the two-layered cake with the haunted house design. The fence definitely catch my eye! I also asked my sweet friend Martha from
Sweet Carousel Cakes to also make me some cupcakes with a cute witch's hat! Ghosts, pumpkins, and spiderwebs were the perfect designs for the cookies.
I also added some fun bone shaped chocolates that my hubby brought me when he traveled to Chicago. Not sure where he got them, but they look so real!! I also used some vintage jars that I filled up with white gumballs for the spider eggs. I also used cotton candy for the Fur of Werewolf Jar. I thought they were so fun!!
For the drink station, I used a rustic stand that I found at one of my favorite vintage stores in town. I served some fun drinks, or I should say witche's poison and truth serum!
I also set up an Owl with a bad hair day telling the kids.... DRINK IF YOU DARE....!!!
Of course treat boxes can never be missed out in any kid's party!! In this party, I used a black wooden box and I added some goodies from Target and a cute tag made by my sweet friend Alyssa from Just a Little Sparkle.
But let's not forget about the guest's table... a small table with chairs and a black linen covered with lace was perfect for the occasion. A tall candle holder with black candles were the perfect centerpiece, and of course the brooms!!
And because I am all about details, I asked Alyssa to please also design this cute banner for the back of the chair.
She made a terrific job designing my ideas on paper.
And what can I say about the guests?? The cutest witches EVER..... don't you think?
Photography by my super talented friend Sara from Sincerely, Sarah Photography.