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snow white birthday party dessert table

Disney Princess parties will always be a hit with little ones, but I have an especially soft spot for Snow White. She was, after all, the first Disney Princess :). Danielle Arcese of Cutie Putti Paperie did an amazing job doing Snow’s story justice with this Disney’s Snow White Birthday Jubilee Dessert Table. The desserts are stunning & super creative, especially the Evil Queen inspired treats, like the Magic Mirror smoke cotton candy & the poison candy apples — to die for! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Wishing Well water filled milk jars & wishing well stacked cookies with frosting ‘water’ & tent card tops
  • Beautiful castle landscape backdrop with Snow White & the Prince + Snow White’s freshly baked pies
  • Naked cake with red fondant flowers & Nutter Butter chocolate chip acorns + poppy decorated macaron pops
  • Dwarfs’ brightly colored chocolate jewels + chocolate dirty dishes with pearl gumball soap suds
  • Candy jewel topped macarons + origami apple party favor boxes filled with macarons

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7 dwarfs chocolate jewels and wishing well water

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snow white origami apple party favor boxes


PARTY DETAILS as told by Danielle

Heigh ho, heigh ho it’s off to an enchanted Snow White inspired jubilee for a little girl who turned 3! This party was one of the most fun to design and dream up! So many inspired treats came to life on this beautiful dessert tablescape, and truly captured the enchantment of the story of Snow White.

A custom backdrop was designed to set the stage for the table. A green tablecloth and moss runner were used to give a forest feel, and two topiary trees flanked either side of the table to complete the look. These worked great as places to display our centerpiece circles.

Other rustic props included wooden frames used as mini display trays, wooden crate boxes used as risers for the cake stand as well as the 7 dwarf’s wooden “gem sorting” tray. This item was a score, found at Homegoods and made for planting, it worked perfectly to display the jumbo chocolate gems. A deer horn candle stick displayed a red ceramic plate that held “Snow Whites Fresh Baked Pies” made by The Luscious Loaf Bakery.

Grumpy owl mugs were used to display forest green macaron “Pansy Pops” made on natural wooden sticks and tied with a burlap ribbon, made by The Splendid Sweet Shoppe.

A small ceramic pot displayed the 7 Dwarf’s dirty chocolate dishes. A custom printable says “Snow White says chocolate dishes are yum! Whistle while you work till they are all clean and done!”

Pearlized gum balls and nonpareils acted as sudsy bubbles! The Luscious Loaf Bakery sent me crispy, sweet, and buttery honey graham cookies stacked as Wishing Wells. By special request, The Splendid Sweet Shoppe sent gold dusted macarons covered in candy jewels for “Miner’s Macarons.” Ruby red candy apples were speared with rustic stick handles and labeled “Queen’s Poison Apples.” Mini Pennant Flags said “Go on my dear, take a bite!”

The right side of the table paid homage to the infamous evil Queen we all know and love, (she is such a fun character to work with for inspiration)! A mini wooden frame found at Michael’s Craft store was displayed as the magic mirror and hung on the topiary tree. A Halloween prop was also displayed, a ceramic stack of spell books, and a scull with a crow on top, also found at Michaels! Her evil treats included “Mirror, Mirror on the wall” lollipops and “Magic Mirror Smoke” cotton candy.

Little princesses were treated to a naked vanilla cake adorned with red fondant flowers and decorated at the base with edible acorns, made from mini Nutter Butters and Hershey kisses. They sipped on wishing well water, and if they were brave, poison potion.

Little guests were sent home with apple boxes purchased as a printable off of Etsy from Claudine Hellmuth, and filled with the absolutely most adorable mini macrons from The Splendid Sweet Shoppe!

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