I have always loved the color pink, and now that I have sweet baby R, it covers my house. When I was asked to make cupcake cookies for a little girls first Birthday I was so excited. I think these may have to come out again for R's big day....thankfully that is many months away!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
What do the Green Bay Packers and a Keyboard have to do with each other? Two favorite things for a groom this past weekend. I was asked to take these two favorites and create some cookies for a small family wedding. I loved doing these and really appreciate being asked to be a part of such a special day. Good luck to the new bride and groom....wishing you a lifetime of happiness!
I was so excited to be a part of a bride's special day when her sister asked me to make cookies for her bridal luncheon. Here colors were silver and "peacock" which is pretty close to teal. She gave me free rain, but I decided that sometimes simple can speak volumes.
These were one of my first creations. A dear friend of mine was pregnant with a baby boy, and we threw a "truck" themed shower. Instead of the traditional cake for dessert we went with these cookies. We had dump trucks, tow trucks, and eighteen wheelers and a few onesies with some special messages to deliver. It was a great day and still one my favorite cookie creations.
I made these for a friend whose son had a Sports Themed 1st Birthday. It was one of the best parties I have ever attended as Keri did such a fantastic job with all of the details. From popcorn to hot dogs to a soccer ball for all the guests to sign nothing was done without serious thought. These were the party favors for the adults and some of the kids. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of S's big day!
This has become a standard that I love to make. Baby bottles and carriages! The Longhorns were a little extra for the mom to be who is a die hard Longhorn. I happened to have to friends with baby showers that weeked, one boy and one girl so hence the blue and pink. These make a great dessert or party favor when they are wrapped up.