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I love everything french! You name it from chandeliers, to the Eiffel Tower, to toile print. I hope to one day visit Paris, as well as many other gorgeous cities in Europe. In the meantime, I have the honor of styling my sweet Mother-In-Law’s 50th birthday luncheon. When I asked her for a theme or some ideas of items she loved, her list was simple: Chanel, black, white and FASHION. Since this luncheon will be intimate, I began browsing around for some beautiful inspiration. I noticed that although Chanel’s logo was primarily black and white, they did incorporate some light touches of pink here and there, like in their parfum line, the infamous Chanel No 5. So I said, wow PINK what a perfect feminine little touch to such a fashionable party. The theme will be flirty french, incorporating black, white, light pink, damask prints, chandeliers and of course a few Chanel logos and purses here in there. I came across this BREATHTAKING French candy party on the Hostess with the Mostess‘ blog, it had been featured on Brides.com:The perfect inspiration for the perfect fashion inspired party. We of course will add our own touches to incorporate Chanel in it, but I am beyond excited to style this party. Although it’s a little over two months away, I cannot wait! Here are some of the papergoods we are working on for it, an invitation inspired by Chanel No 5:and some gift tag party circles for the goody bags:We have so many cute printables to share for this party, we may not able to contain ourselves. Hope you enjoyed our previews! Until then… stay chic!xo, NicFrench party photo courtesy of : Hostess with the MostessFill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.
My friend Nicole asked me to make a Camouflage pull apart cupcakes cake for her son Paintball birthday party. So delighted with the challenge, for once I’m not stuck to certain image to draw on the cupcakes cake. Really enjoyed the whole process mixing all the buttercream with different shades of colours too, so much FUN!Nicole sent me below text message later on:Cupcake cake was so cool! Now you can add camouflage to your repertoire 😉She knows me to well 🙂Happy birthday Santi! My friend Khin asked me to do a swim-bike-run cupcakes cake theme for her son birthday party, he’s an Ironkids champion. I made chocolate cupcake with buttercream frosting and did the Ironkids logo with a swim bike run image. Below is her message on my timeline with a photo of the pull apart cupcakes cake and candles all lit up at the party :“Fantastic cake for Mark. Thank you Esti Feuermann. You are the best xxx”Happy 9th birthday Mark! Meet Chase, one of the heroic puppies from Paw Patrol (Nick Jr). This pull apart cupcakes cake consists of oreo and chocolate cupcake with buttercream frosting, Lyn’s order for Shane’s 4th birthday.To date, the most intricate pull part cupcake theme design I’ve ever made.Happy birthday, Shane!Pull apart cupcakes cake, consists of 12 vanilla and 12 chocolate with Gruffalo free style hand drawing with buttercream frosting. Nicole’s order for Mateo’s 4th birthday.My first Princess pull-apart cupcakes cake! Consists of 24 vanilla cupcakes, Alejandra’s order for Ignacia’s 4th birthday party. I added mini yellow roses on the dress since my daughter said so 🙂Feliz cumpleanos Ignacia.It’s William’s 8th birthday party today and he asked for Sponge Bob theme cupcakes. His mom sent me the image of Sponge Bob with Electric Guitar, pretty intricate drawing to do on a cake but it was worth every minute. All the children were pulling the cupcake cake with big smile on their face, one very happy baker here, enjoy the photos.Pull apart cupcakes cakePull apart cupcakes cake with freestyle hand drawing, one of my favorite project this week. Esti is currently baking cupcakes in Manila, PhilippinesEnter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.Join 3,543 other followers