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This past January I finally got the chance to create a Nautical themed sweet table. You have no idea how excited I was! I don’t create many boy themed parties. Most of my requests are for girl themed/ color sweet tables.
What comes next when you have a new table set up to do? Shopping, of course! I found some really cool table decor at Michael’s (who wouldn’t). I got to spend some time roaming the aisles of my favorite craft store 🙂 .
I also found another store that carries themed home decor at a mall near my house. They had so many Nautical themed items, I was so happy! My bank account… not so much.
I purchased some DIY items, like the light house I painted. I added some shells and sand in glass bottles. This was by far an easy table to set up. I added cupcakes, cake pops, macarons and sugar cookies all in the theme colors.
The cake was made by a friend of the family. I think she did an amazing job! She captured all the little details of the theme 🙂
Until the next table, stay sweet 🙂
Styling and desserts by Chocolata – Sweets | Styling | Events
Photography by Grace de Castro Photography
Cake by Shazia Khan
Framed backdrop by Dima Designz
Banner by Ian and Lola Designs
This year, if you’re not celebrating Valentines Day with a significant other, don’t worry we’ve got something special for you! Why not grab the girls and head out on the town celebrating your besties on Galentines Day!
That’s exactly what we did. Remember, no men allowed on this night out 🙂
We invited the girls to meet at one of the trendy restaurants in the Old Port of Montreal. The old Port is bursting with amazing culinary greatness! So many of the chefs are local celebrities, having been featured or even stared in their very own food network show.
The restaurant had a beautiful wall that was bursting with the most amazing red florals! It went perfectly with the night we wanted to have.
We had such an great time toasting and laughing together. An all out girls night!
We moved the party to the next room where we were treated to the most amazing sweet table! Can’t have a Galentines Day celebration without chocolate and sweets 🙂
The love you have for your girls is different compared to that of your significant other, but strong none the less. They are there for you through the bad times and good, through the crying times and the laughable moments and through whatever life throws at you. You can always count on them.
I’ll cheers to that!
Have a wonderful party and until the next table, stay sweet!
It’s been a while since my last blog post, and I’m so sorry about that. It’s been a hectic few months and am now catching my breath. I have to say it’s been a beautiful hectic and I wouldn’t change it for anything else. This is probably a year in review post on top of my latest christmas sweet table post.
This year has been a mix of amazing, not so great and blessed moments. What I know is that the not so great moments have led to the amazing ones and will continue to carry me on my path. I am starting to learn that to get to where you need to be, you must first endure the bad moments that will allow the great ones to shine through. Just be patient and kind, it will come. I have been blessed to have met so many amazing women entrepreneurs that believe in helping each other and holding each other up. I definitely believe that 2016 will be a beautiful year, filled with amazing opportunities, growth and friendships. Both for me personally as well as professionally. Chocolata will see amazing things happen to her 🙂
So now on to my Christmas sweet table blog post 🙂
Every year, my siblings and I gather the kids together and have them pose for their annual picture. This is probably one of the only times we can get them together looking nice and spiffy. God and Moms know this struggle all to well. Bonus: no fighting and struggling, just all around smiles. This probably has to do with the fact that they were rewarded with cake pops after all was said and done.
I got to work with Melissa from Bella Photography for the first time, and she was amazing. She came highly recommended from my sister that used her in the past for most of her family portraits. She’s non traditional and has a way with the kids. She was able to have both toddlers participating and smiling. Absolute plus in my books 🙂 Oh, and all this took place in less than an hour. Phew!
Here are some of my favourite shots:
And here’s the pretty shots of my Christmas Sweet Table:
Have a wonderful holiday break! I wish you health, happiness and blessings.
Sweets, Styling and Design Concept by Chocolata
Photography by Bella Photography
Glitter confetti and cake topper from Simply Sweet Party Decor
Summer has come and gone, and we’ve had a successful first week of school.
This summer my youngest turned 4. He’s been planning his birthday party and sweet table all year, changing his mind several times about what he wanted for a theme. He started off with the usual super hero theme, then wanted a lego theme, after that it was something to do with cars. He finally settled on the Power Rangers! Not only was he happy with his final choice, but so were his sister, uncle, aunts and cousins. I can tell you that we are all huge Power Ranger fans, spanning the 20 years they have been on the scene.
My youngest brother is especially the biggest fan out of all of us, as he has so much paraphernalia ranging from the dolls, morpher, cards, you name it. It was also exciting cause I got to use them as props on the table! Now how cool is that!
I set up the table outside, just like where the action would take place in the show. I also added the different Rangers from the previous and current shows: Original Power Rangers, Mega Force, Samurai, Dino Charge.
I made the cakes with the Samurai symbols on the front:
And here are how the rest of the props looked on the table. I’m lucky to have a brother that is obsessed with them, as it saved me tons of money in the purchase department 🙂
And here are the boys in all their glory. It’s Morphin Time!
Until the next table, stay sweet!
Styling, set up and sweet table by Chocolata
Photography by Chocolata
Location – Ottawa, ON
Paraphernalia purchased through eBay, Japan, Toys’ r Us