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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Madison's Bake Shop - Baking Birthday Party - Printable Party Line

This weekend we celebrated my daughter's 6th birthday with a Bake Shop themed birthday party. I fell in love with this idea 2 years ago and it was so much fun to finally see it all come together. I gleaned ideas from many amazing parties to create my own one of a kind event for my special girl. The party guests all seemed to enjoy the hands on activites.
I  knew that I wanted a faux bake shop look in my home. I created that look with this adorable faux awning, store sign, baked goods display, and some adorable bakery boxes.
The sign was made from a canvas and vinyl letters. Super easy and a huge statement piece.

I knew I wanted to create a gorgeous dessert bar with lots of height and many types of treats for the girls to take home. More posts coming on this later. (incuding my DIY stands)

A few of the little details.
The birthday girl wore a custom made necklace by Zadee Jane Boutique and cupcake headband by Whimsical Fairytales.

I tried to use our color scheme throught every aspect of my party space. The utensil container got dressed up with a pink bow. The white boxes were used for the girls to fill up with treats from the dessert bar were given an aqua bow, and pink roses. Each place setting had a ruffle apron and matching baker's hat with flower rosette. These were a part of the girls' party favors.
Even our American Girl Doll got in on the baking fun. This bake set was my daughter's birthday gift. We lucked out that it matched our party so well.
I added these cute Bake Shop printables from my line to my photo frames. Such an easy way to incorporate your theme into every aspect of your party space.

 A 5M Creations Bake Shop Centerpiece, apothecary filled with pink marshmallows, and glittery hot pink 6 continued the theme into the kitchen.

This Happy Birthday Bake Shop Party Banner from my new line was the perfect addition to the cupcake decorating area. 

These adorable aqua blue cake boxes were used to transport their creations home. They feature a personalized tag from the bake shop party line.
The main space of our party was of course the kitchen and dining table. The girls started by making pizzas for dinner. Each girl had their own personal pizza with toppings of their choice.
While the pizzas baked we moved onto cupcake decorating. We had pink and aqua frosting to match the party colors and sprinkles of all kinds. One of my favorite touches in the party were the glass bottles with labels from my baking party line and striped paper straws carried in my store. So cute and vintage feeling. Perfect for sipping pink lemonade with their dinner and cake.

The girls had a blast using real icing bags and TONS of sprinkles. I think I will be finding them for weeks.
Cupcakes in progress! The paper cups helped contain the frosting and sprinkles more than a standard liner would have.
All wrapped up to go home.
The girls all looked adorable in their ruffle aprons and baker's hats. As the parents arrived they filled their white bakery boxes with all kinds of treats from our dessert bar. The perfect ending to a fun party.
And finally the birthday girl. Happy Birthday sweetie.
Watch over the next few days for a closer look at the cake, food, faux bake shop, DIY stands, cupcake liner garland, and the printable invitations and party line used. More Bake Shop fun coming your way.


  1. Wow! It all looks amazing Melissa! I'm sure she loved it!

  2. I just LOVE it all!!! Please write a book so you can inspire everyone!

  3. Super cute party! I'm planning my daughters, and I was hoping you could tell me where you purchased the Aqua bakery boxes?