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The breakfast menu was delicious, though perhaps not quite nutritious. We started with mini veggie quiches and greek yogurt with honey + fresh strawberries. Michele of Cakewalk Baking brought over a yummy lemon cake and muffins with lemon curd + cream cheese frosting. And then we had a few apothecary jars full of mini donuts... because obviously we didn't have enough sweets already. To drink (in addition to coffee), I offered grapefruit or apple juice to mix with Prosecco for a unique twist on mimosas.
I topped the cake with a few scalloped stickers and strung them along a length of twine, then grabbed a big rose from our garden to coordinate with the happy birthday banner.
The table runner was easily made by stamping black circles on kraft wrapping paper using a round sponge brush. Notice how it again ties back to the banner as well as some of the oversized table confetti?
In my favorite project of the day... the hand drawn dotted planter and dessert plate were made with dry erase marker. Obviously you don't want it to touch your food, but it's such a fun way to add a finishing touch that won't ruin your ceramic dishes. After the party it just wipes away!
I'm always a sucker for a bit of washi tape, so this time I used it to make toppers for the muffins as well as tails for a little prize ribbon that served as the gift tag on my mom's presents...
It was so cute to see my mom wowed by the details that were just for her. And this one was easy to put together on a tight schedule... aren't breakfast parties the best?
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