I can’t believe that it’s been a year since my Kara’s Party Ideas Australian Tour! Oh how I’ve longed to return to Australia every day since I’ve been back! I had SUCH an amazing time and loved every minute there!
I styled this Boho Inspired Bridal Shower Dessert Table at each of my workshops. The dessert table was set up and taken down about 6 times! It is still one of my most favorite party tables that I’ve ever styled to date. I just love everything about it.
A giant MASSIVE thank you to all the fabulous contributors and talented vendors who played a part in this dessert table. Please recognize their talent and companies below! If I left someone off, please let me know!
Styling- Kara Allen of Kara’s Party Ideas
Sequin Tablecloth- Any Occasion Events
Bull Head Cookies & Lace Cookies- Sogi’s Honey Bakeshop
Wooden Cake Toppers- Figs And Ginger
For My Bridesmaids Sign & Calendar Cards- Stationery Bakery
Aztec Hairbows- Boogaloo Creations
Dreamcatchers- Jerica Mcdonough
Photography- Kara’s Party Ideas, Redmoose Photography, Sweet Style, Mi Amor Photography, Firefly Photography, SugarFaces Photobooth
Table, crates, tressel legs- The Wedding Designer, Little Wish Parties, Igby Productions, Moments in Vintage, Crab Apple Vintage, Pretty Willow
Flowers- Rosehip Flowers, Pollen Florist, Stemsational Floral,
Cake- Cakes to Dream On, Caking it Up, Sugar Plum Sweets
Cupcakes – Sweet Ink, Sweets for my Sweet, Caking it Up, Baked Cakes and CupcakeryDe La Rosa Cupcakes
Gold Chevron Macarons- Fifi La Femme,
Fruit Tarts- Get Frosted, Niknaks Sweetest Treats
And last, but not least, the BIGGEST thank you’s of all go to Amber Pugmire (the best assistant anyone could ask for), Sugar Coated Mama (the best publicist and tour lead anyone could ask for), Confetti Fair (the best event fair + coordinator anyone could ask for) and Lynelle Burton (the best organizer and whip cracker anyone could ask for)!!
I hope you enjoy my Boho inspired bridal shower + wedding dessert table!
Using nail polish, I painted a fun design onto this ceramic bull head skull. I love how he turned out! He now sits in the Confetti Fair studio. I gave him to Claire as a gift after the tour ended because she loved him so much :).
I wrapped aztec inspired napkins with braided napkin rings.
I added height to the table by using small wooden crates as risers. I attached rustic metal antlers (which I painted gold and added glitter to) onto the front of the crates.
I made a “our love story timeline” banner out of calendar pages, tags and feathers. It was one of my favorite elements.
I painted the ends of cutlery with acrylic paint. While the paint was still wet I swirled a second color onto the utensil. Once the paint dried I tied the cutlery together with some leather cording and added a cute feature tag to finish the utensil set off.
I made the rope + ribbon + fabric backdrop by weaving fabric scraps and ribbon together. I added feathers and other things as accents.
The confetti poppers were so much fun! Make them with push pop containers and confetti!
My trustee teepee always stood right next to the dessert table, adorned with various boho fabric scraps, feathers, sequins, and arrow garlands.