Via Fronie Mae
Unicorns are everywhere right now! One of our most popular party themes by far at Fancy That. Throwing a magical unicorn party? Fronie Mae Bakes shows you how to dress up your cupcakes with these whimsical royal icing unicorn cupcake toppers! She walks you through each step and even has a free unicorn printable template. Aren’t they just the sweetest? I love how she layered our cute purple polka dot dessert plates with our mint scalloped plates. The perfect combination for these darling unicorn cupcakes! For more on how to make your own royal icing cupcake toppers, visit Fronie Mae Bakes. Love these party plates? Shop Fancy That for party plates and all of your unicorn party essentials!
Fancy as always,
Mermaids, unicorns, pineapples! Oh my! This year for my daughter’s 8th birthday we went on a shopping trip to where else – Fancy That! I let her pick out some supplies for her party – and when you’re the birthday girl you can pick out whatever you want! She chose to mix and match, because it’s hard to choose just one thing when everything is so cute!
What’s the most important thing at a party? The cake! Or cupcakes in this case. We used Meri Meri’s adorable Mermaid Cupcake Kit to make chocolate cupcakes with blue frosting and “sand.” To create these cute cupcakes I added blue food coloring to the frosting. Once the cupcakes were frosted I dipped half of them in the “sand” (crushed graham crackers), and added the adorable toppers! Oh and I can’t forget the number 8 sparkler candle!
Plates and napkins are also a must at any party! My sweetie chose the Unicorn & Rainbow plates and some super fun pineapple napkins.
Fancy That’s signature sixlet favors were a huge hit with the party girls!
To make the party a little more festive, I made some seaweed to place around the room. To make the seaweed I used some of our mint green tissue paper. I folded a few sheets in half and cut strips almost up to the fold (careful not to cut through the fold).
Are you loving the mythical creature trend as much as we are?!
Photos by Katie Hickenbottom Photography