My fabulous friend Albertina of Mimosa Lane recently celebrated her sweet daughter’s 6th birthday. I was very intrigued by the unique theme of the party: Kokeshi Dolls, Japanese friendship dolls. Only a creative mind like Albertina’s would come up with such a charming yet creative theme!
I was thrilled with the DIY Flower lanterns she created for the occasion. She combined our Paper Lanterns with our Belle Petite Blossom Cups. … Read more
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A great way to mark the end of summer and welcome a the new school season is to throw a Back to school Party, and a must have element for your dessert table is an Apple arrangement.
I made the cutest Apple Cake Balls following the instructions at the Fabulous Bakerella, here. Instead of Cake Pops I wanted Cake Balls so, I simply carefully removed the lollipop sticks from the apples. … Read more
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Let’s start the week with one of my favorite cupcake recipes: Dulce de Leche Cupcakes. If you have not tried them…resist the urge, because you will become addictive. They are decadent, moist, delicate and sweet…very sweet.
My go to recipe for these small indulgences can be found here. I use a Mini Muffin Pan instead of the regular pan. To make them blossom, I placed the Mini Cupcakes in our Lovely Petite Blossom Cups for an exquisite presentation. … Read more
Isabella’s Rag Doll Party had a few darling and easy to make DIYs like the Flower Topiaries created with our Springtime Petite Blossom Cups. Today, I am showing you another super cute DIY that Maggie made for her daughter’s birthday: Flower Pot Cake Pops. These pretties created a beautiful garden effect on any celebration.
You will need: Cake Pops made with 6″ Lollipop Sticks , Petite Blossom Cups ( We use Lovely Baby Pink for this DIY), a Bamboo Skewer or pointy scissors, Paper Shred, Floral Foam and 2″ Paper Mache Pots (available here)
Step 1: Perforate the Petite Blossom Cup at the center with a Bamboo Skewer or any sharp pointy knife or scissors. … Read more
I am so excited to continue our popular “Make it Blossom” series! Today we are stepping aside our beloved Cake Pops and entering the world of Marshmallow Pops. These delicious crowd pleasers take no time to make and have grown in popularity at parties and bakeshops. Remember how cute they looked on our Wicked Cute Halloween Party, here.
To make the Cake Pops I follow the instructions from one of my favorite Cooking sites, The Pioneer Woman. … Read more
The talented Nancy of A to Zebra Celebration styled this Gorgeous 4th of July Sweet Table using many of our favorite Patriotic Via Blossom Products. The result was a fun, vibrant and happy celebration.
I love how Nancy decorated the front of the table with our Summer Paper Fans
The Giant Balloons created a fun festive Backdrops. I love the USA cut-outs…so clever!
Delicious Mini Fruit Tarts were displayed in our Tri-color Petite Blossom Cups!… Read more