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Little Red Riding Hood Inspired Dessert Table

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Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

I’m seriously loving the charming, woodsy feel of this darling Little Red Riding Hood inspired dessert table dreamt up by Joanna of One Sweet Party! From mini cupcakes served in served in clay pots and sweet flower cookies hanging from branches to whimsical flower arrangements fashioned from moss balls, willow, and brilliant red roses… this table is overflowing with fairytale-like details!

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Read on for lots more darling images + all the creative party details…

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party

Little Red Riding Hood Birthday Party


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Johanna

“We had an amazing time putting this party together! This theme was somewhat inspired by the recent Little Red Riding Hood movie. We kept the woodsy feel of it but added bright colors and sweet illustrations–perfect to bring smiles to any little girl!

Karen from Karen Lisa Artistic Photography did an incredible job capturing the table display as well as the gorgeous surroundings. She successfully managed to use the environment and lighting to create just the right visual mood to complement the theme.

Mike and Desiree from The Dream Cakery crafted an elegant, yet simple cake that fit in perfectly with the table décor. The delicate white details balanced out the two bright red bands at the bottom of each cake tier.

The delicious custom decorated sugar cookies were created by Anne of The Flour Box Bakery. She created flower cookies, which were displayed on a tree branch beside the table, as well as the red riding hood and personalized forest cookies. These were all customized designs based on the Little Red Riding Hood Party Printables.

The rest of the desserts we made ourselves. There were dirt cups, chocolate cupcakes, mini cupcakes served in small clay pots and topped with Oreo crumbs, chocolate-dipped marshmallows, and cupcake poppers. It was so fun making all the yummy desserts!

Alongside the desserts, we had bright-red fruit punch as the beverage.

Cathy from Forget Me Not Flower Shop captured the essence of the theme to create these amazing floral arrangements. The flowers not only added the perfect touch to the table but also tied everything together.

The printable favor bags were placed on the table to help highlight the colors and theme of the party. Cupcake toppers, food labels, drink flags and banner were also used to complete the look.”

Vendor Credit
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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

12 responses to “Little Red Riding Hood Inspired Dessert Table”

  1. Al says:

    Every time I visit this blog, there is something truly inspirational to find! I love this theme. The creativity is fantastic. So many wonderful ideas here, plus it all looks so inviting and beautiful too.

  2. Cameron says:

    The cupcakes in the pot are adorable!! Did you actually bake them inside of the pots or place them in after??

  3. This is truly a great design- we have so many clients that would love a great red wedding- often times people take red too seriously- this is a great way to have fun with a great color.

  4. Rin says:

    I love the setting of this setup! it strengthens the theme even more! very well done!!!!

  5. Gorgeous photos, lovely feel and great styling and design! Love all the ‘dirt’ and earthy elements!

  6. Maria says:

    I love this theme, how unique! It begreat for a baby shower or birthday party. I especially like the cupcakes in the clay pots.

  7. Hadeel says:

    The table setup is breathtaking! I absolutely love it. Awesome photos as well! :)

  8. Thank you everyone of all your kind comments! And, thank you Jenn for this amazing opportunity!

  9. cleesmile says:

    sooo beautiful! just wondering! where do those cute wooden utensil set come from?