First Communion Party Ideas

First Communion Party Ideas

If you need some great First Communion Party Ideas, you will love the photos by Laura of Live Smile Celebrate.  She did a fantastic job creating all of the elements for her daughter’s communion and was kind enough to allow us to show her work to you.

Dessert table –The dessert table adds great design and deliciousness to your event and this photo surely brings justice to the event. Cupcakes, strawberry whoppers, pink popcorn, monogrammed cookies, vanilla truffles, pink cotton candy, chocolate covered Oreo’s, chocolate cross pops and rose pink ombre cake are beautifully arranged on the table while the chevron print fabric hung on the portable clothing rack serves a cool background for it. The arrangement surely made the dessert table the main focus of the party.

Flower arrangements – Flowers make an event more special and this flower arrangement surely brings freshness and life to the celebration. The combination of baby breath, pink roses, football mums and hydrangeas in a vase laced with some gray ribbon is just pretty and eye-catching.

Cross pops – Kids love sweets and these cross pops can be used as a table decoration, favors and a centerpiece.

Cupcakes – Cupcakes are definitely a great addition to a first communion party. The fondant toppers make them look more delicious and the cross on top reminds everyone of the purpose of the event.

Communion Sweets – A variety of treats are displayed in different containers, all with a pink theme.  Jars are adorned with cloth ribbon and sweets are displayed on trays of varying heights, adding interest to the table.  The pink rose cake is also a beauty displaying the name of the guest of honor on fondant heart.

Wine Bottles – Your guests will know exactly what they are drinking with these fun custom wine labels.  The font is large and the design incorporates the chevron look of the rest of the party.

Communion Signs: Laura did a nice job of identifying drinks and foods with signs.  The standing frames are actually inexpensive.  (I found ones similar to these at IKEA for only .99 each.)  Inside the frames show a chevron background,cross and pink border with the wording inside.    A pink floral decoration graces the bottom right of this frame.  The flowers in pink and yellow with baby’s breath look lovely in a plain round glass vase.

Thanks again to Laura of Live Smile Celebrate Blog for allowing us to share these great photos of her party.