Retro Pink & Mint Ice-Cream Parlour

 

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

As soon as the flowers start to bloom and the leaves start to grow I immediately begin to crave ice-cream. I think I speak for children of the world when I say “We all scream for Ice-cream”.

I wanted this ice-cream table to have a retro feel but a modern touch. I went with a jade green, pink & silver color pallet – pink for the girls and green to appeal to our boys. I’ve been wanting to do this color combination for the longest time. So when Bird {from the one and only Bird’s Party Magazine} asked me to create an ice-cream dessert table – I jumped.

More details below the gorgeous pics. Big thank you to my amazing group of vendors, scroll down and show them some love.

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert TableDeliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

Deliciously Darling | Pink & Mint Retro Ice Cream Parlour Dessert Table

 Handmade paper plate backdrop {inspired by Blue Eyed Yonder} adds a fun element to this dessert table.

The gorgeous cake created by My Sweet Things makes the perfect focal point to the Ice-cream parlor. Little ice-cream cups filled with strawberry ice-cream, topped with a fondant cherry & ice-cream spoon look absolutely perfect.

Ice-cream pint containers with adorable ice-cream labels make the perfect favor container.

Other sweets included Vanilla Marshmallow Ice-cream cones {using the amazing recipe from SprinkleBakes }, delicious ice-cream shaped cookies, strawberry cupcakes and strawberry milk.
Pro-Tip:
When photographing ice-cream it’s best not to use real ice-cream. I used “photographer’s ice-cream” for this shoot. You will need 1 jar of frosting to 2 lbs of powdered sugar. I picked frosting that was already pink so that i could have the same consistency throughout. Eventually the frosting & the powdered sugar will combine into a dough like form. Just scoop & snap away! Looks real doesn’t it. Shhh, our little secret.

Vendors:
Event Design & Style: Deliciously Darling
Photography: Lauren Nicole Studios
Printables: Bird’s Party
Cupcake Toppers & Fondant Cherries: Edible Details
Cake: My Sweet Things
Cookies: Yummy Delicious Cookies by Whimsical Originals
Cupcakes, Marshmallow Ice-cream: Deliciously Darling
Crepe Paper Ruffle Garland: Craft that Party
Ice-cream Spoons: Sucre Shop
Cupcake wrappers, Ice-cream cups: Petite Party Studio
Jade cake stands & mint straws: Waiting on Martha
Milk Bottles, Ice-cream holders & Ice-cream Pint favor containers: Shop Sweet Lulu

Comments

  1. Gorgeous!!!! I’m throwing a Baby Shower at the end of the month using pink and mint so I love the inspiration!

    • Awh thanks Michelle!!! I can’t wait to see pics of your pink & mint baby shower!