Quick Jump To » Vendor Credits | Comments

Toy Story Kindergarten Dessert Table

Reach for the sky!” You’ll absolutely surrender to the adorable details of this Western-Themed Toy Story Dessert Table created by Fara of Little Things Creations! Inspired to create something memorable for her daughter’s western-themed Kindergarten graduation, Fara managed to whip up some party magic using recycled boxes, tin cans and baskets as the primary source for vessels and dessert displays.

Red and blue burlap and yellow roping added bright splashes of kid-friendly primary colors to the decor while still maintaining the western vibe, and the paper sunflowers that Fara created added some nice height to the dessert table and were darling focal points!

Toy Story Cupcakes and diy Paper Sunflowers

Keep reading for more playful images & party details, including links to the DIY brown paper popcorn cones Fara created, inspired by HWTM. With Fall just around the corner, a lot of the party elements shown here would be perfect for Fall Festivals and any other upcoming celebrations you may be planning!

Toy Story Party Details

Toy Story Cupcakes and Dessert Table

Toy Story Party Banner, Popcorn Cones and Dessert Table details

Toy Story Dessert Table

Toy Story Cowgirl and other party details

Smores Marshmallow Pops


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Fara


I made this Western Theme Dessert Buffet table for my daughter’s Western Theme Kindergarten graduation. I reuse boxes and tin cans and decorate them with red and blue burlap, yellow rope and the labels. I also use some baskets from my home (I love to use anything I got on hand, is cheap and many times turned to be fabulous). I made the paper sunflowers and plan to make a step by step tutorial for them.

I use an HWTM DIY post and template to make the popcorn cones. I decorated them with personalized circles.  The pom pom were also made by me I use the Martha’s Step by Step Tutorial.  The difference is that I use three different colors of tissue paper (red, blue and yellow).

About the food, some treats were bought and others made by me (with great help of my two little cousins and my two kids), the vanilla cupcakes with chocolate frosting, the Smore’s pops and the rice crispy marshmallows treats.

Vendor Credit