Linky Party 9

Hello everyone! It’s that time again to link up your party ideas, recipes, crafts, DIY’s and inspiration. Nothing to link up this week, that’s okay, have fun browsing.

A few favorites from last weeks party and most viewed:

Such a sweet Johnny Appleseed themed play date by Frog Prince Paperie!


Darling Gnome Birthday Party by Tikkido.


This linky party ends Friday at 6pm EST but it will be a weekly event so be sure to stop by each week to show us what you’ve been up to and to check out all of the great parties others have to offer! Link us YOUR party by clicking the blue link below and we will pick our favorites and share them after the linky has ended!

Here are your hosts!

Missy & Kristen of Sweetly Chic Events (us!)
Cheryl of Moms & Munchkins
Stephanie of Spaceships & Laserbeams
Karen of Forever Your Prints
Debbie of Party Patisserie
Paula of Frog Prince Paperie
Nikki of Tikkido

Now it’s your turn, ready?

Party Time Linky

Hi everyone,

It’s Wednesday and it’s Party Time linky 8 where we want to showcase Your work. We’d love for you to link up your idea or visit one of these great blogs.

One of our favorite entries from last week was a Jungle Theme party from Roxy’s Kitchen. Visit her blog to see the whole party.


We at Party Patisserie love  everything party and party related! We love party inspiration and want to see what you’re up to.  It can be a party you planned, a drink or treat that would perfect to serve at a party or a craft.

Here are your hosts!

Missy & Kristen of Sweetly Chic Events (us!)
Cheryl of Moms & Munchkins
Stephanie of Spaceships & Laserbeams
Karen of Forever Your Prints
Debbie of Party Patisserie
Paula of Frog Prince Paperie
Nikki of Tikkido

Now it’s your turn to link up. Have fun!

Party Time Linky 3

Hi everyone, hope you’re off to a great week!  It’s that time again—time to share your wonderful party ideas and inspiration by linking up to the Party Time Linky! Or if you’d rather just browse around to gather some ideas, that’s encouraged, too! Your work will appear on 8 blogs. Yay!


Before we begin I’d like to share some of my favorites from last week:


Rustic Cherry Tart–About A Mom



Rustic Ampersand–Her Tool Belt


Sweet Milk & Cookies Baby Shower–Sweetly Chic Events

Now it’s your turn to share. Thanks for linking up and visiting!

How to keep up with Party Patisserie

Every new year brings its own sparkle of excitement and opportunity, and 2014 is no exception here at Party Patisserie.

We have so many exciting things planned this year (new blog features and shop items, to name a few), and we can’t wait to share them with you.

There are many ways to keep up with what’s happening here at Party Patisserie, and we don’t want you to miss a beat. Here’s how you can catch the latest news:

1. Subscribe to our blog.

Get the latest blog posts sent straight to your inbox by subscribing to our email list. See that green box on the right side of the page that says “Subscribe via email”? Simply type in your email address and click “subscribe.” A confirmation email will be sent to your inbox. Follow the instructions in the email to confirm you want to receive email updates, and you’re set! You’ll receive the latest blog post as soon as it goes live.

2. Check out the Party Patisserie Etsy shop.

From burlap banners to party straws to favor bags, we have just what you need to make your next occasion a special one.

3. Follow us on social media.

We’re on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Follow us!

4. Check out our guest posts on Tiny Prints.

We’ve made friends with the lovely people at Tiny Prints, and contribute posts to their blog from time to time. Check out our New Year’s Eve post, as well as our Welcome Home Baby party ideas and Halloween cocktail recipe. Stay tuned for future posts!

All of us at Party Patisserie are so excited to see what 2014 will bring, and are so happy we can celebrate it every day with all of you. Cheers to the new year!



{Party Theme} A Sparkly New Year’s Eve

Hi Everyone! Well, we’re in the final stretch now for Christmas and, New Year’s Eve is right around the corner. I put together some great New Year’s Eve party inspiration and am sharing it over on the Tiny Prints blog. Yep, that’s right.

I’m so excited to be guest posting on their blog today.   You know I love the selection of wonderful cards and invites they have and I always have so much fun putting together parties and DIYs for them.

My latest post,  A Painted Lighted Canvas, was part of the New Year’s Eve inspiration I created.













In case you missed it, you can get the full DIY here.

Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll see over at Tiny Prints.


I hope to see you over at their blog so we can toast to the New Year!


Cheers and have a wonderful New Year’s! ♥

(Don’t forget to subscribe to Party Patisserie to receive our blog posts for 2014. Just enter your email address on the right side of this post.)

{Sweet Inspiration} Spooky and Boo banners

I always love when our customers send pictures of how they used our products. Last week I featured our

Pink Bow Berry Baskets.

Today I’m featuring our SPOOKY  banner.


When I received these pictures from our sweet customer, Karena I just about fell out of my chair!


Our Spooky banner was the perfect backdrop to show off this adorable little super hero.



Karena, of Karena M. Adams Photography  took beautiful pictures.



To order our Spooky banner click here.

We also have the BOO banner that is so popular too!




For the BOO banner, click here.

Hope you enjoyed these photos! Have a happy day!

{Sweet Inspiration} Customer Pics of our Berry Baskets

I hope everyone had a great weekend.  I was really busy this weekend working on a special party which I’ll be sharing soon with you. Can’t wait!

But in the meantime, I wanted to share with you some pics I received from a sweet customer.

She ordered our Pink Bow Berry Baskets (below)  for a party she was having for her daughter and was kind enough to share with us some pictures of how she used them.


I’m always curious to see how our customers use our products and these are so very sweet that I thought I’d share.


What little girl wouldn’t want to get one of these strawberry themed basket?


Super cute Shannon and thank you for sending them to me.


If you’d like to visit our shop, click Etsy shop here.

Hope you have a wonderful day!!!

If you would be So Sweet?

A very happy Monday to everyone!  Sure hope you had a wonderful weekend!

I’m excited to tell you that my blog, Party Patisserie has been nominated for the Circle of Moms Top 25 Creative Moms. (yay!!!!)

But I need your votes.

  You can place your vote by clicking the Circle of Moms icon and then clicking the vote button.

   You guys are always so supportive and I truly appreciate you all.

You can vote everyday through Jan. 31.

Thanks bunches and have a wonderfully sweet day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

{Party Themes} Princess and the Pea Birthday Party

I’m so excited to share this Princess and the Pea birthday party with you today.

The reason I love this party so much is that every aspect of it was made by Anj, of Snowy Bliss,  for her sweet daughter.  And she has made it easy for you to recreate.

Great parties don’t have to cost a fortune if you’re willing to do a lot of it yourself.  And this creative mama does just that.  A girl after my own heart.  So sit back and enjoy the show.

Her daughter wanted a PJ party. I guess you would call it a Hap-PEA Birthday PEA- j Party.

It all begins with her hand made Invitation

which opens up with the princess bed on one page and the invite on the other.



Anj actually hand drew the headboard and her husband got into the act as he hauled and stacked 5, yes 5 matresses and box springs to make the table. A piece of particle board was added on top of it to give it a solid flat surface for the plates and such.

Adorable fabric was layered to make the bed coverings or the tablecloth.

Given the height of the table, the girls got to stand around the table to eat and loved the novel idea of it.

To finish off the look, green poms were hung above the bed.

Now for THE SWEETS.  Anj made this adorable cake,

and Cake Topper

and when you cut into the cake what do you see?  Peas ofcourse.

  Anj used her polka dot cake technique to get the affect.

She also served “Sugar Peas”! Cake balls dipped in green candy melts.  Topped with sanding sugar.
and to rinse it down,

The Stewarts key lime sodas were labeled Slee-“Pea” Potion and she
Trimmed the edges of the labels with this Martha Stewart scallop edger punch.
For the ice cream… Lime sherbert in dessert cups with little crown wraps to fit around them.
Anj made each girl a small pillow & sleeping mask.  The blankets were a great find at

Ikea and finished off with a paper crown that wrapped around each one.

She purchased the green balls at Party City, spray painted, glittered and filled with, what else, green candy.

This is one lucky little princess.  Wouldn’t you say?

Be sure to visit Snowy Bliss blog for more details on the party and her Etsy Shop so you can recreate it too.

Thank you Anj for sharing your amazing party with us!

{Sweet Inspiration} Valentine DIY Round-up

It has been so much fun cruising around the web and seeing what all you  creative kids are up too.

I’ve seen Valentine’s Day food, parties, decorating etc. You name it!

Well, I thought I’d share with you some of the fun I’ve had and maybe by the time this little tour is over we’ll be ready to create a little Valentine love too!

First stop…

Nest of Posies



Easy Made Invitations

Lisa Storms

Lisa Storms

Lisa Storms

Well, I hope you enjoyed the little tour and now  feel inspired to try something you’ve seen here.