Wouldn’t a cute sheep theme party be adorable to celebrate the holy baptism of a dear baby? Priscilla Pandolfo of priscillapandolfo.com provides us with some wonderful ideas to make this possible. Let us look at the sheep party she created for little Miguel and borrow some great ideas.

Just look at this woolly wonderland of treats! The soft hues of white and beige are used throughout the buffet table and vibrant yellow peeps out in places to add color that doesn’t overwhelm. The entire arrangement replicates a herd of fluffy grazing sheep scattered throughout a farm. The soft textures used in this arrangment make it an adorable setting. Little sheep swing above the buffet table, while there are others that are snuggled and silent. Beneath the table are more woolly friends who play amidst balls of yarn, and the setting is complete with sheep mobiles and rocking sheep on either side. The flower arrangement is a blend of yellow roses and white hydrangea that go beautifully with this theme. What a brilliant arrangement!

Isn’t this a darling little cake? The color of the fondant and the lamb seated on top match perfectly. The little bows on each tier and the pearly white embellishments add a soft charm.

Here is an arrangement of soft and sweet treats. The cupcakes have puffy sheep toppers relaxing in an elegant cupcake stand. A fluffy friend all dressed up in a shiny satin bow accompanies them.

These sheep cake pops are real popping fun. The white confetti sprinkles and the little lamb faces make the herd interesting. The yellow satin bows add the finishing touches to make it a pretty display.

Cookie pops have been customized two ways. The first is with the party boy’s initial and the frosting on it has little clouds on a pale yellow background. The second set has a flock of little sheep that look too good to eat!

These edible treats are also wonderful additions to the décor. Priscilla shows us how to play with a neutral color palette and create magic through these interesting creations by focusing on the textures to create the intended effect.

This endearing little lamb seems to be exhausted after all the fun. As he snuggles into a cage of white decorated with yellow satin, the entire effect is dramatic.

The party favors are just amazing. Sweets stacked in a tube decorated with a sheep print, burlap tied with yellow satin and a simple yellow bow make a befitting gift to the guests at the occasion.

is exemplary! With these great ideas you can create a party both the guests and the baby would immensely enjoy.

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A graduation is a mark of accomplishment and signifies the end of a very important chapter in life. Success and new beginnings deserve sweet celebrations, and Donna of Party Wishes threw a dessert party to honor new graduate Mathew, on his achievement. Let us look at the wonderful ideas she put together at this party.

The welcome sign introduces us to the color theme of navy and gold that is used throughout the party!The lovely weather allowed Donna to work her charm in conducting it outdoors. The brilliant combination of navy blue and gold throughout the décor stand out prominently against the natural background of lush green.

The dessert buffet is arranged on a surface of navy blue. The dark background draws focus to the white and light colored treats in the arrangement. Set against distressed wooden shutters, the bunting in blue and white is highlighted beautifully. The entire look has a rustic charm to it.

This is a simple, but elegant arrangement of teacakes in tiers. The labeling is done using miniature clip boards, which are befitting accessories for a graduation party. The cake toppers are in blue and white, with the traditional graduation hat symbol on them. This motif is used throughout the décor. The upper tier of cakes are placed on a tray of navy blue beads which blend right into the rest of the décor.

Here are milk chocolate cake pops in navy and gold that look like festive pom poms. The labeling is again using a clipboard which is propped upon an easel.

The cake is a simple creation that looks just perfect in the glory of pristine white. There is no elaborate frosting or use of decorations, but it looks classy and delicious. The covering of coconut resembles a blanket of snow, and cake toppers made of old gold arise from the surface and add elegance.

Beneath the cake is a tray with an assortment of biscuits. The arrangement is impeccably neat and there is a variety on offer. The cake is placed on a wooden shelf beside the flower arrangement, which is an extension of the central color theme. The setup is simple, but well laid-out.

Napkins in a navy and white chevron print peep out of a napkin holder which has been decorated with a ribbon and labelled with the central motif.

The beverage counter is distinctive and set on white. The containers are arranged on a tinned tiered stand and are flanked on either side by beverage dispensers in glass. Floating lemon slices add an air of refreshing coolness. There is a towering navy blue balloon that enhances to the entire effect. Donna has provided black labels and chalk that allows each guest to label their drink. This is such a clever idea to avoid anyone getting their drinks mixed up!

Blossoming blue, yellow and white flowers are used throughout the décor. Yellow marigolds in little silver vases are placed atop thick books covered in brown paper and tied with stripe strings. Bigger glass jars are used to house a flurry of blue orchids with vibrant yellow and soft white marigold flowers. These centerpieces are the ideal selection for the party; they add color and are ideal for the occasion that is being celebrated.

The arrangement of paper lanterns in gold and white look festive. Blue pom poms and buntings that alternate in navy blue and chevron make the setting playful and full of cheer.

The seating arrangements are elegant and original. Park benches are covered in white and blue and decorated with a brilliant centerpiece. The arrangement of white tea light candles on a base of blue silk and the floating blue balloons with gold tassels make the arrangement a work of art.

Here is a customized box that invites greetings, gifts and wishes from the guests to the happy graduate. The label is smart in white with a navy blue and white chevron margin that is set apart from the lettering by a band of bright yellow.

Mathew is lucky to have had a great graduation party that was planned with a lot of thought and put together with lot of thought. A fitting start to a new chapter in his life—good job Donna!

If you need gifts for your guests, we have some graduation party favors:  Click on the photo and it will take you to the item on our website for sale.

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Hollywood Theme Party Bat Mitzvah

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Motorcycle Birthday Party

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Bling Theme Wedding Table Ideas

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Weddings are occasion to go grand with glitz and glamour, and a bling theme is just perfect for this event. Shawn Taylor, Event Designer at K & K Creative Designs in Harper Woods, Michigan has shared her fabulous ideas for a bling theme wedding. Click on the image to enlarge photo and see product details. [...]

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Jungle Safari Birthday Party Ideas

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Climb aboard the safari bus! Its time to prowl through the pictures of Brett’s first jungle theme birthday party, hosted by Brittany of GreyGrey Designs. The buffet is spread across an unusual light blue leopard print backdrop which amplifies the colors in the rest of the decor. The birthday bunting and labels are printed in [...]

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