If you’ve been searching for some fun party ideas From Wine to Whine is going to BLOW YOUR MIND. Not only does Jo turn 2 tomorrow!! (AHH.. right?!) But my niece Brooklynn turned 3 on Monday and her Mom Kristy has agreed to share her Rapunzel Decorations and delicious Sweet Treats with us! (YAY, Kristy!).
Here’s a sneak peek at what she did:
ADORABLE, right? That’s why I’m so psyched that she has agreed to share her tutorials with all of you. Below you will find how Kristy made her banner, choose the favors and a few of her sweet Birthday treats!
Enjoy! xo, Dee
P.S. If you didn’t catch the little italics on the word few. The cake tower definitely get’s to have it’s very own post.. I mean come on that thing is AWESOME!
I made the birthday banner out of card stock. I found googled a template of the sun from the movie Tangled and used that to make my yellow suns. I cut out 9″ triangles from the purple card stock glued the suns on, and used a pretty purple ribbon to string the flags together. This whole project took me about 30 minutes to complete.
These are sooo easy. I used white melting chocolate and gel icing color to create the vibrate colors of the pops. I let my daughter pick out the colors she wanted and she loved that she had some input. For the party I called these “Rapunzel’s paintbrush mallows”, since Rapunzel was a painter and all.
These are actually Twinkie Cupcakes. I found the recipe on, wait for it….PINTEREST! Here is the link: I have made these three times now and they are always a hit. The only thing I have done differently is cut back on the amount of powdered sugar that the original recipe calls for. I used about half. You can always add more if you like it sweeter. I used the same gel icing color that I did when making the marshmallow pops to tint the decorative icing.
When I was trying to figure out favors for the party I kept thinking about Rapunzel and how she enjoyed painting. I decided it would be cute to set up a little favor bar and the kids could fill up their own goodie bags with things that they could use to make beautiful art at home. I had glass bowls filled with crayons and playdough. I also had glow bracelets for the kids to take with them. They reminded me of the lanterns in the movie. Last but not least, I had a bowl of candy for them choose a few pieces from. What’s a party without candy, right? I decorated the favor table with some sparkly purple tulle and pictures of the birthday from newborn until now.
That’s it for today.. but don’t worry I promise not to keep the Rapunzel Cake Tower Tutorial from you long (mwahhahaha). If you liked today’s post, why not show Kristy a little love and leave her some kind words..maybe then she’ll come back and share more things that she has made! xo, Dee