My resident baker was unavailable to help me with these cute layer cakes that were Pinterest inspired, so left to fend for myself, they are sort of leaning towers, but I think they are adorable. At least the ones on Pinterest were.
The Paris plates came from Home Goods, and I think the black and white is perfect with this theme. I have had them for a few months and have shared them with you before.
Now, as much as I would love to take credit for this tablescape theme, years ago my friend Judi did a 50's tea party and she used old phonograph records as the charger plates. Cute, huh? Well, I picked up a couple for a dollar a couple of weeks ago and I can't remember where I put them. But if you want to use this idea, the albums were way cute!
My daughter purchased the little poodle picks about a year ago especially for a tablescape theme and I have been
The cookies are store bought vanilla wafers that I dipped in pink candy coating. These were so easy and another idea I got off of Pinterest.
How long has it been since you've had a Hostess pink snowball? It's been years for me, but I thought they were so apropos for the occasion.
This was my birthday card from my daughter this year. It was also a perfect accessory for today's table. An invitation like this would be spectacular!
Of course, I had to add some itty-bitty polka dots and some applique pink poodles too. Thanks for stopping by. Help yourself to the cake if you dare. I'm clearly not the baker around here.
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