Sunday, December 15, 2013

Elf Bakery Shop - Cookie Decorating Party

We had a fun afternoon this weekend decorating cookies, having a Holiday Gift Exchange, sipping on hot chocolate and enjoying some yummy treats at our Elf Bakery Shop!
Our guests became "Elves" and had hard day at work decorating their cookies!
So FUN!!
 Since the main event of our party was decorating cookies, I kept the sweet table simple but delicious! Most "Elves" took the sweetes home since they preferred to snack on their decorated cookies!
Some of our treats were cupcakes, Christmas trees cake pops(Little Debbie Christmas trees), sweet popcorn, cream puffs, Santa's Hat(strawberries) and chocolate covered mini Rice Krispies.
I used red mini gumballs to add a pop of colors on the sweet trays and of course everything came to life thanks to the cutest Elf printable set form Bird's Party!! She designed the perfect set specially for our party! Bird is the best!!
I covered 2 foam boards with kiwi polka dot wrapping paper and add some red fans to it. I displayed my cute Glitter trees on the table along with 2 centerpieces that I made using Holiday decor and added a Elf Hat headband on each one.
Now let's talk about the FUN part of the party!
The Cookie Decoration Station was filled with Holiday sprinkles, sparkle gels, icing tubes, and of course plenty of sugar cookies for them to decorate!
I baked the cookies the night before using a variety of Holiday cookie cutters. Each Elf received their own Elf Hat and decorated 7 cookies, nibbled on some and still had enough to take some home!
 The bigger Elves did an amazing job decorating their cookies!
 We also had a Holiday photo booth! We used the Santa's Workshop Wall Decoration as our backdrop.

For more Holiday inspiration, please check out the following Party City Idea Gallery:
Christmas Dessert Ideas 
Cookie Exchange Recipes and Ideas
Christmas Chocolate Treat Ideas

Vendor Credits:
Styling and Photography by Crissy's Crafts
Elf Bakery Shop printable by Bird's Party
Party supplies from Party City

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