my next winning feature is this stunning cocoa party hosted by tiffany at creative outlet. isn’t it beautiful?! she did a wonderful job. i just love it. congratulations on winning, tiffany!
here’s tiffany’s post in her own words…
“I had a wonderful time at our annual cocoa party and even more fun planning and working on it. Our theme this year was a snowy winter wonderland. Inspired from This winter wonderland tablescape from Inspired Bride that we saw on Hostess With the Mostess (one of my all time favorite places for inspiration)
For the invitations we used the “Sweet Treat” cups from Stamp’nUp to add a little more snow to the invitation.
I saw this idea once on Martha Stewart quite a while ago and they turned out pretty cute if I do say so myself. I took styrofoamballs and sprayed them with spray adhesive and rolled them in fake snow.
We took the branch idea from Inspired Bride and sprayed these branches with the snow in the can and they “looked” great but when it came time to use them the snow started flaking off. SO, I should have used the instructions from Inspired Bride and spray painted them white- note to self. We also hung snow flakes from the branches for a more winteryfeel. Love how they turned out!!
We tried our hand at cake pops from Bakerella, they’re really not too difficult and are super cute so if you ever need a fun new sweet to try you should really give these a go. (I’d do chocolate cake next time instead of yellow)
We also got together to decorate snowflake sugar cookies that turned out really cute. (and yummy)
We also had ordered powdered sugar doughnut holes (cause they look like snowballs) but didn’t get exactly what we were hoping for so we improvised and rolled our glazed doughnut holes in powdered sugar.
And to finish off the night we sent everyone home with more cakepops to enjoy later. We put these bags together using American Crafts Merry Mint paper and hung a snowflake in the window.”