If it’s all in the details than I am simply dying over all of them in this adorable Fruity Lemonade Stand Birthday Party submitted and styled by Jenny Raulli of Bloom Designs out of La Canada, CA.
Fruity Lemonade Stand Birthday Party
While all fruits are simply delish, this party focuses on the Kiwi, Orange, Lemon and Watermelon and encompasses all things sweet and wonderful about them; from the coordinating color palette to the adorable printables and sweets, this occasion is one to swoon and melt over!
Don’t miss these delectable details included in this super sweet birthday celebration:
- Adorable juice stand-inspired dessert + head table
- Pink lemonade cupcakes topped with fondant lemon slices
- Really cute, kiwi, lemon, orange and watermelon slice cookies
- Watermelon macarons + donuts
- Drinks topped with paper watermelon toppers
- White birthday cake topped with fruit slices and a happy birthday topper
- Watermelon plates placed alongside yellow polka-dot utensil packs
- Fruit slice banners that go along with the cutest fruit-inspired printables + stationery
- Honeycomb + tissue ball decorations
- Fresh fruit cups
- Fruity Pebble covered smash cake with 4 coordinating fruit layers
- An absolutely perfect candy buffet
- And many other breathtaking elements you are sure to swoon over!
Party Concept and Styling- Bloom Designs
Invitations, complete party kit, fruit slice posters, juice stand table and all paper printables- Bloom Designs
Tissue pom poms, straws, drink bottles, cupcake holders, utensil bags– Bloom Designs
Cupcake toppers- Edible Details
Sugar Cookies- The Cookie Craftsman
Fruity Lemonade Stand Party Details:
This is what Jenny shared about the party- “This is Juicy! I styled this Feeling Fruity- This is Juicy Party for my daughter’s 12th birthday party last summer. I wanted the party to be happy, fresh and bright. She has always loved having lemonade stands so this party is a twist on that. All of the decor, color scheme, invitations, food and crafts revolved around four fruit slices- lemon, kiwi, watermelon and orange. Lots of honeycomb balls and garland made from the fruit slices helped set the mood. The focal point of the party was a juice stand that I made for the desserts by wrapping the front of a regular white table with a banner and adding posts to the sides and pompoms across the top. The juice stand was filled with lots of desserts that fit our theme including pink lemonade cupcakes topped with fondant lemon slices, watermelon donuts and watermelon macarons that I added black seeds to with an edible marker, fruit slices sugar cookies, bottles of lemonade topped with pap er watermelon circles and in the center of the table an extra tall birthday cake. The fondant toppers for the cake made by Edible Details matched our printables. The girls ate at a table with a honeycomb and pom pom runner in pink, orange, yellow and mint. They each had custom utensil bags, juice bottles and a watermelon plate that I made by adding cut out seed to plain pink paper plates. During the party the girls snacked on treats from the One in A Melon table and did lots of fun crafts. They made fruit baskets, citrus sugar scrub, lip balm in all of our party flavors and fruity paper fortunes. For party favors, the girls filled bags with sweets from the candy table. My favorite element was the smash cake. I have made smash cakes for each of my children’s birthdays every year since they were one. It is a tradition they really look look forward to. The one for this party was a four layered cake in, you guessed it, in kiwi, watermelon, lemon and orange covered w ith buttercream and Fruity Pebbles.”
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