My name is Pamela Smerker and I am the girl behind Fronie Mae Bakes and P.S. I Don’t Know What I’m Doing. Check out my About page to the left for more info and don’t forget to check me out on Social Media.

My name is Pamela Smerker and I am the girl behind Fronie Mae Bakes and P.S. I Don’t Know What I’m Doing. Check out my About page to the left for more info and don’t forget to check me out on Social Media.

Create My Party by Crossing The Bugger-Dixon Line {Entry #7}

Another AMAZING "Create My Party" Entry today. This one is by Jenny from Crossing The Bugger-Dixon Line (great name for her blog too since her last name is Dixon!).

Here is Jenny's entry in her own words:

It's Pam's Birthday from Party Starters and she wants US to create HER fabulous Cupcakes and Cocktails Party!  I wanted to create a romantic, elegant, modern, and chic party for Pam. Here are a few ideas if I was designing her birthday party...

Colors: Cream, gray, and leafy green. I would use gray and cream as the main colors and leafy green as an accent color to be highlighted in the flowers (love the use of kale here and the leaf wrapped vase), green ribbons on the backs of chairs, and gorgeous Emma Leaf cupcake wrappers.

Damask (a must for Pam!): found throughout the party in gray/cream napkins, the invitation, and menus.

Decor: Gray and cream poms floating down over the main table. Sheet music inspired circle garlands hanging behind the bar. This cream colored crocheted tablecloth for Anthropologie would be beautiful!. Sheet music wrapped votives lining the tables, bar area, and cupcake station for a romantic, soft look.

Invitation: Something like this gray damask invitation from Jean M. I would love to see the name of the party "Cupcakes and Cocktails"  highlighted in sage green. I would use this design to create menus and party favor boxes.

The cupcake station would feature vanilla almond, dark chocolate with raspberry filling, and triple chocolate brownie cupcakes. Icings would be kept simple: butter cream, chocolate, and cream cheese. The toppings would include caramel, dark chocolate sprinkles, silver crystal sprinkles, nuts, and dark and white chocolate shavings. A framed menu (in gray damask coordinating with the invitation) would be on the table displaying the dessert options. The cupcake wrappers would be Emma Leaf Cupcake Wrappers, simple yet would bring in some color and texture. Other desserts on the table would include frosted sugar cookies, chocolate dipped oreos, and homemade marshmallow squares.

Cocktails: Three signature drinks would be offered, A "Trienta y Ocho Mojito", Lime Cosmopoli-Pam, and a Chocolate Pam-tini. I would also offer an assortment of wines and beers that compliment the desserts so that there are a few less sweet drink options.  Again, the bar would have a gray damask framed menu displaying the drink choices.

Favors: Cream boxes filled with a cupcake mix for guests to take home. The box would have a sage ribbon and the gray damask "Thank you" label on the top.

If there are comfortable couches or big chairs for guests, I thought gray ruffled pillows would be the perfect finishing touch.

So that's your party, hope you like it! Happy Birthday Pam!

Love, Jenny

Inspiration Provided by:

Ruffled Cake Stand Sur La Table
Charcoal grey ruffled pillow by Hettle; $22 on etsy
Silver Sugar Crystals Cupcake Social
Romance Tea Lights Papernstitch
Gray Damask Invitation by Jean M. 
Emma Leaf Cupcake Wrappers by Koyal
Anthropologie Crochet Collage Tablecloth
Green and White Gathering Flowers by Winston Flowers
Harvest Marshmallows from Have It Sweet

OK, can I just say I am loving these gorgeous pillows I am seeing in some of these entries!! I think I am hooked on ruffles now because of them! Thanks SO much Jenny for this fabulous party proposal!!! Love it all!!! 

See you all tomorrow with another entry!! 

Create My Party by Truly Chic Inspiration {Entry #8}

Create My Party by Pampers Play Dates & Parties {Entry #6}