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snowflake cupcakes and snow princess dessert table

I know we’re all recovering from our Christmas celebrations, but the truth is that winter has only just begun! So, I couldn’t resist sharing this whimsical Snow Princess Dessert Table with you today… and how cute is the little ballerina that inspired it all?! Lea Andrews of Sweet Scarlett Events dreamed up this sparkling winter wonderland for her adorable daughter, and I’m loving the frosty feel, pops of pink, and sparkle all around. Happy Holidays! :)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Pink & white ‘Snow Cloud’ Marshmallows + Winter Dew refreshments
– Sparkly snowflake-adorned cupcakes & crown topped cake fit for a Snow Princess
– Pretty picture frames used as treat trays + scalloped food labels embellished with tiny bows
– “Magical” tulle table skirt lit with fairy lights + snow-flocked birch trees flanking the table

snow princess drinks and cookies

pink white snowflake princess party

snowflake cake with tiara topper

pink and white snow dessert table and cake pops

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snowflake princess cupcakes and birthday girl

pink and white winter dessert table


PARTY DETAILS as told by Lea

I created a “Snow Princess Christmas” to bring together my daughter Scarlett’s two
favourite things, Christmas and Princesses!

I wanted the feel of a whimsical snowy forest, so to create this look I used 2 eight feet high snow-flocked birch trees, covered in ice white fairy lights. On either side of the dessert table, I crafted a floaty white table skirt of tulle, and layered fairy lights beneath to give the effect of glistening snow, and covered the ground in snow blankets to really complete the look.

The dessert table was completed with a gorgeous, white shimmering snowflake cake, white cupcakes, snowflake cookies, and snowflake-decorated chocolate ganache cake pops from Love Cupcake. Pink candies and lots of glistening decorations, snowflakes, and printables that I created especially for the for the occasion rounded everything out.

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