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I absolutely love all things Tim Burton. For some it may be creepy but I am totally intrigued by his unique style and amazing designs. Inspired by the movie Coraline and Nightmare Before Christmas, I styled a photo shoot to capture what I found to be the perfect Halloween party.
My daughter Ella was excited to model the stunning tutu dress
created by Kristal of Atutudes. Every detail of the dress is
beautiful from the satin ribbon to the glitter buttons. To top it off she wore
a handmade hat designed by Stacie of Fancy and Fold.
The table was draped with a ruffled black runner custom made by
Cupcake With Character. Some insight on the backdrop - it’s vinyl, peel
& stick! I ordered this custom backdrop from Kelly of Print and Cut
Your Printables. Donna of Swish Printables designed the do-it-yourself
banner and menu, easy digital files anyone can purchase and print from home.
The handmade coffin favor boxes by Lindsay of Party Hearty Designs were filled
with yummy chocolate covered pretzels, hand dipped by Sweet U Off Your Feet, a sweet
gift for all your guests. The cotton candy was another great favor packaged
with a personalized label for your event by Soiree Event Design.
The fun paper plates, baking cups and matching paper cups can be
purchased from Hoopla Events. I used black “bling” sticks from
Painting Paris Pink for the cake bunting. I tied strips of black fabric on thread
to create the illusion of bats! The cake is super simple to make using basic
8” round cake pans and 1M tip for frosting. I am Baker has a great
tutorial for making a rosette cake and with a little bit of practice even a
beginner can do it!
The sweets are always my favorite part of any party. The Jack
Skellington, King of Halloween Town, cake pops and Rice Krispies treats were
baked to perfection by Autumn Lynn Chocolate Sins. Autumn offers a variety of
custom designs. The chocolate covered Oreo cookies from Sweets and Treat Design
Studio have editable paper and ink and are a new way of creating custom designs
for your cookies. There is something to be said about cookies and art. Creating
Awesomenessity designed gorgeous sugar cookies with delicate details almost too
pretty to eat. I just love the photo of Ella holding up the blue-eyed beauty
Of course the set-up wouldn’t be complete without a button-eyed
stitched doll. Erin McClure handmade the doll adding bright and bold colors to
bring the table to life.
The entire Halloween inspiration was captured by the talented
Katie Moffitt Photography.
Party Stylists: Ella & Annie Magazine (online publication): Shauna Krantz
Katie Moffitt Photography: www.ktmoffittphotography.com & https://www.facebook.com/ktmoffittphotography?ref=br_tf
Cupcake With Character: Black Ruffled Table Runner
Atutudes: Tutu Dress
Hat: Fancy & Fold
Sugar Cookies: Creating Awesomenessity
Image Oreos: Sweets & Treat Design Studio
Cake Pops on Cups, Rice Krispy Treats: Autumn Lynn Chocolate Sins
Paper cups, Plates, Baking Cups: Hoopla Events
Vinyl Backdrop: Print & Cut Your Printables
Handmade Doll: Erin McClure
Bling Sticks: Painting Paris Pink
Cake Stand: Pier One Imports
Chocolate Covered Pretzels: Sweet U Off Your Feet
Cotton Candy: Soiree Event Design
Banner, Menu: Swish Printables
Coffin Favor Boxes: Party Hearty Designs
White Frame: Triple M Good Parties