These photos were all taken before topper was on cake...bummer! Anyhoo, I love the classic red & white carnival prints that are easily found. However, just add a few fresh spins on things and it will make your event memorable!
I am a huge believer in asking stores for display items. Many times these items just get discarded so why not ask? The worst they can say is no, right. SO if you see something that you like in a store that is being used for decor or display....ask. I got the red and white striped boxes that the marshmallow pops are in from Dollar Tree.
I already showed you my clown cake pops on Facebook from my cake pop diva Jen. To display them, I used Dollar Tree party hats that I covered in red wrapping paper and glued on white pom poms for buttons.
The cupcake toppers are Meri Meri Circus. Cupcake liners were also included in the package but when you are short on time some things you just don't have time to include. These are so adorable!
All of the food labels were custom designed by Trinity St Studio on Etsy. Mary is super easy to work with and her designs are fresh and simply beautiful! Click on her link to check out her designs!
I love using cones in displays but realistically they don't work for some food items. Cotton candy is one of them. Unless eaten right way cotton candy shrinks and gets hard. For this display, I put the cotton candy and the circus peanuts in Zip Loc bags and used double stick tape to secure red & white striped paper for topper.
We had to move the party indoors 2 days before the party due to forecasted weather conditions so all of the plans and entertainment had to be changed at last minute. I ended up securing a wonderful magician and indoor animal show last minute! The birthday girl loved it and gave me the biggest hug! I'm such the lucky girl!