Sunday, October 24, 2010
Saturday, May 15, 2010
When planning a trip the Walt Disney World, there are SO many things to discuss, decisions to be made... parties to have.
Our (first of many, I'm sure) WDW planning dinner was a blast! Check out our feast.
appetizers and snacks
Don't you just LOVE my food tags?! Wouldn't you want to use them too? YOU CAN! Enjoy!
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Sami's 2nd cumpleaños was celebrated with a Dora the Explore theme.
I just LOVE this invitation, made by Tiny Prints.
Technically, the cupcakes. It's made from 23 cupcakes (not sure how that 24th went missing *wink). I LOVE cupcake cakes! There's no cutting involved and they're so much easier to eat.
Lots of pink, yellow and orange were used, as these are the colors of Dora's outfit. I bought wall scene setters from Party City. Got some gold star balloons from a local party store and added faces to resemble the estrallas on Dora the Explorer.
The food table added it's own touch to the decorations.
Guests enjoyed a 7 Layer Mexican Dip, Cheese Quesadillas, Mini Beef Tacos, Chicken & Cheese Taquitos, Tortilla Chips (with an assortment of dips), Sweet Tacos (with vanilla yogurt, strawberries, bananas and granola for fillers), Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Tortilla Chips, Mexican Wedding Cookies, Fruit Kabobs and Jello Margaritas.
To make the Jello Margaritas, I prepared lime jello, and poured it into plastic margarita glasses. Once firm, I dipped the rim into coarse sugar and added a lime fruit slice to the edge.
Each child had a placemat with their name and a photo of Dora on it. I printed them onto cardstock then covered them in laminate purchased at my local office supply store.
They also got a "backpack" filled with Dora the Explorer goodies. Rings, candy, toys. And they each received a maraca. Each bag also contained a personalized cookie.
I made and frosted sugar cookies then placed edible images on top. The images were purchased from ediblecakeimages on eBay.
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