DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet Concept for a Wedding or Party | September 01, 2009

 

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

I am lactose intolerant. This probably explains my unhealthy obsession with ice-cream. My favourite dessert is nothing fancier or more sophisticated than a simple Ice-cream Sundae. Nothing satisfies my sweet palate more than vanilla ice-cream with hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, crushed nuts, caramelised banana, wafer biscuit and the all-important cherry on top!

Despite evidence to the contrary (what is with this crazy Melbourne weather?!), warmer months are just around the corner down here in Oz and I've got ice-cream on the brain! So I came up with a design concept for an old-fashioned Ice-cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" buffet with all the accoutrements. Read on for more pics, ideas and freebies to help you with your own ice-cream parlour buffet for your party, kids party or even wedding.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

I absolutely love the idea of Make your own Sundaes for a party because it adds an element of creativity and fun to your event and is so easy to do. Guests have the thrill of customising their sundaes with a whole variety of colourful sugary toppings.

Here are the elements I've used in my Ice-Cream Parlour buffet concept:

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

ICE-CREAM AND WHIPPED CREAM

I've used a metal tub with ice to contain the ice-cream and whipped cream. Having someone serve these items may be quicker, easier and may avoid some added mess! I imagine in a wedding or large party context, having some form of refrigeration would be preferable but for a simpler, smaller party I'm sure a tub with ice would be sufficient.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

OLD FASHIONED ICE-CREAM SUNDAE DISHES

At Wheel and Barrow I found these really beautiful old-fashioned pink hued ice-cream sundae dishes- Rather than use these for the sundaes themselves I've actually decided to use these for some of the toppings. I've limited the topping colour palette in these to white and pink to keep the aesthetic soft and light. I've used coconut covered Apricot Balls, Mints and mini Marshmallows.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

WOODEN BOX CANDY DISPENSER WITH SCOOPS

I found this wooden box at The Works- Bed, Bath and Table. It was initially a very dark colour so I re-painted it white. I've used it to display some of the candy toppings. I've partially lined the interior with pink paper- partly for aesthetic purposes and partly to protect the food from the paint ( just to be on the safe side!) Candy within the box includes Rainbow Sprinkles, Milk bottles, Fruit Tingles and Shaved Coconut. I've deliberately used a soft, pastel colour scheme for the candy to tie in with the rest of the table. I've used metal scoops from The Works- Bed, Bath and Table for serving.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

I also made little labels for the box. If you wish to make similar labels you need to download the Jane Austen free font from Dafont.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

MARASCHINO CHERRIES

Got these from a deli at Prahran Market. How awesome are Maraschino Cherries? A must for every Sundae! They look gorgeous altogether with their stems standing up.

SAUCE TOPPINGS

Cottees have a limited edition Coconut Ice sauce which is a beautiful soft pink and fits perfectly with the colour scheme in my concept. Chocolate sauce is an absolute must! I've put them in little clear glass jugs but if you can find some really nice old-fashioned dispensers that would work exceptionally well! Other great topping ideas are Caramel, Strawberry, Passionfruit, Butterscotch, Hot Fudge (if you have the means to keep it warm). The more the merrier!

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Sauce, Jar and Straw Dispenser Labels

COOKIE JAR

Inside the big old-fashioned cookie jar, also found at Wheel and Barrow, I put crushed peanuts and almond flakes- would be great to put another metal scoop into this.

WAFERS IN STRAW DISPENSER

Yet another Wheel and Barrow purchase (I love this place!)- a straw dispenser is used to dispense Vanilla Wafers.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

MERINGUES

I adore meringues! These were bought from Let Them Eat Cake. Some of their novelty cakes are so beautiful! Admittedly, sometimes I just go there to stare at them. I got the pink and the white ones and ended up incorporating them both. For the white meringues I placed them on a long rectanglular flat white dish which I lined with this beautiful pink padded paper found at Eckersleys.

OTHER TOPPING IDEAS

Chocolate buds, chocolate frogs, brownies, jelly beans, strawberries, fruit salad... any other ideas?

LABELS

I got these cute metal stands (below) from Chef's Hat and made these labels to accompany the toppings.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Ice-Cream Parlour Label Template

Note:  These templates are editable. The editable font used is Ecuyer DAX, which I downloaded from Dafont. It is entirely an uppercase font so if you type without caps lock on, the font will be slightly smaller. Type in your own titles and print out onto white card.

PAPER CUPS

I looked everywhere for those short ice-cream paper cups you get in commercial ice-cream parlours but couldn't find them- other than for wholesale! Grr... So I ended up getting these standard 9 oz paper cups at Spotlight and I covered them with my own designs- an argyle pattern and a striped pattern.

These are available for free download below.

Each cup printout will use a fair bit of ink so I can't imagine using these for a large party. However, these would probably be ideal for smaller groups- especially kids parties. Alternatively, you may wish instead to use some elegant old-fashioned sundae dishes, like the ones I've used for the white candy toppings.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Argyle Ice-Cream Paper Cup design

Note:  Print onto plain white paper. Wrap around cup and stick with glue or double sided tape. I've used a 9oz cup that looks to be a fairly standard size.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Striped Ice-Cream Cup Design

MINI POPCORN CUP FOR SPOONS

I found some cute little pastel yellow and pink ice-cream plastic spoons at Spotlight. Little wooden paddles are also very cute and would work well. I've stored them inside this cute mini popcorn container which can be downloaded below.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Mini Popcorn Container Template

Note: I've used a cast coated card , in pink and cream, which is fairly thick and has a beautiful gloss. I used the Lustralux brand found at Papyrus Design. This paper is not printable so firstly print out onto plain white paper, cut out the template with scalpel and trace around the edges onto the card. Use a scalpel to cut out. You will need a scallop edge scissors to cut along the top of the cup. I've used the Christine Re Chloe Scissors purchased from Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Free Download: Spoon Label and Main Sign

PADDLE STICK TOPPINGS LABELS

I got these jumbo paddle sticks from Riot Art and Craft and attached circular labels on them. These look great inside the old-fashioned sundae dishes.

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Free Download: Paddle Stick Topping Labels

Note: These templates are editable. The editable font used is Ecuyer DAX, which I downloaded from Dafont. It is entirely an uppercase font so if you type without caps lock on, the font will be slightly smaller. Type in your own titles and print out. Cut around the edge with scissors or circle cutter and stick onto jumbo paddle stick with glue or double sided tape.

MORE GREAT IDEAS

With more time, money and resources I would have loved to have a canopy over the top of the buffet with the familiar pink and white ice-cream parlour awnings. This would have completed the buffet perfectly. Sigh....

DIY Ice-Cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" Buffet

Bon appetit!

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{all images by Amy Moss}

XO
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Comments

  1. Absolutely stunning and spectacular! I adore it!
  2. Absolutely beautiful.. so pretty.. I am sure to have sweet dreams tonight, wow...very sweet thank you for sharing.
  3. This is why you are now officially my absolute favorite blog on the web. Thank you ever so much for sharing this amazingly beautiful display and for all the downloads... summer really cannot come soon enough now!

    Warmly,
    Nancy
  4. Lindsey | Sep 1, 2009
    Your designs are absolutely AMAZING!!
  5. i am not strong enough to see something this cute. I am now planning a "Make your own Sundaes Sunday party...." in my head.... i think i might have to have one in 2 weeks. I need to repost.... hope ok!
  6. I am completely and utterly in awe! This is so amazing and beautiful and makes me want to crawl into your pics so I can enjoy for myself! Lovely, lovely work! Wow! xoxo
  7. ever since you posted those beautiful apothecary labels i have been checking your blog daily for more! i must say it was well worth the wait - this ice cream party is adorable! thank you!
  8. I can only say WOW!! I had to blog about this after I saw it!
  9. Simply amazing! The photos, the decor, everything is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing!
  10. This post is sooo absolutely lovely! Thank you so much!
  11. Excuse me while I pull my chin up off the floor (and maybe wipe a little drool, but is that too much info?!)! WOW...I don't know how else to describe. I invite you to check out www.thinkgarnish.com the next time you are looking for those ice cream cups. The same as ice cream parlors and the best part, you only buy what you need. So happy to have found you!
  12. wow i love it!! as a girl with a major sweet tooth this just made me smile from ear to ear! if only i was having a party where I could do this!!
  13. Congratulations, it´s amazing!
  14. Amazing post and concept. Thanks for sharing this!
  15. Your blog is so, so beautiful. Extremely glad I have found it. Look forward to reading more posts.
  16. I literally cannot catch my breath! What an absolutely exquisite display! You are amazing!
  17. Kathleen, I've always been a fan of Twig and Thistle and your lovely DIY projects- such an inspiration- it is an honour to receive a compliment like this from you!

    Thanks all for the lovely, lovely comments. You've made my day! I am grinning from ear to ear. :)
  18. i'm new to the blog world and am so super happy i found you through simple blueprint! wow, these things are sweet to the taste and make gorgeous eye candy. what a lovely party!
  19. Oh. My. Goodness. Stunning.
    You are the Aussie Martha and Amy Atlas combined with a cherry on top! Just stunning! The concept, the graphics, the styling, the photographs, the everything. Seriously stunning!
    Whitney :)
  20. julie | Sep 3, 2009
    THIS IS AMAZING! LOVE IT LOVE IT!
    Thank you for sharing!
  21. This is lovely!
  22. Sweeeet! Just blogged about it.
  23. Wow! This is just darling! I am in awe! So fun!
  24. ugh! where were you when I got married?!! haha, I absolutely LOVE this concept. awesome photography too! can we say talented??
  25. wow, these are beautiful!
  26. This is absolutely awesome! Wow!
  27. Candace | Sep 3, 2009
    I wish I had an ounce of your creativity; you are amazing! LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Want to have this party now, today, for no reason at all! Want to come? Subscribing to your blog now. Thanks so much looking forward to more great stuff from you :)
  28. Oh you are simply the most creative lady ever! I don't suppose you would fancy popping over to the UK next November for some wedding fun!?
  29. This is so AWESOME! I am so happy to have found you through Twig and Thistle and will definitely be linking to your blog now. Thank you so much for sharing your talents! ;)
  30. Thanks, all, for the wonderfully kind words! Such a super nice thing to wake up to! What a buzz. I'm feeling so inspired now :)
  31. I could look at this page over and over again! Fabulous work!
  32. gwendolyn | Sep 3, 2009
    girl! i think i'm in love with you! you are simply amazing! so awesome and inspiring :)
  33. As soon as I saw the first picture, I smiled, and by the time I scrolled down to the end of the post I was giggling with delight. What a treat!
  34. How happy all the photos are and beautiful. What sweetness that you share your passion and experience. YAY!!! Thank you too. I love it all.
    AmyRuth
  35. OH.MY.GOODNESS! I just love you to pieces for this. So beautiful, and you are so very talented. I love, love, love your blog. May I share this on mine with full credit to you?
  36. simply too cute and charming! so pretty :)
  37. LOVING this ! Totally inspired and going to have a little impromptu ice cream party this weekend. So what if it's at home, just me and my husband ! haha! We've got the ice cream and the toppings and a perfect excuse - summer's grand finale. Coming to an end here in Switzerland, so we're sending the hot days your way... ! :)
  38. It's very, very beautiful!
  39. i'm speechless... it's so beautiful :) and i love the little metal scoops.
  40. Joanne | Sep 4, 2009
    Hey Amy,

    You are super detail and so ever generous.
    Thank you for the inspiration !
  41. Beyond adorable - love every little detail.
  42. You are Freakin' Fantastic! This is absolutely Perfection!
  43. pure brilliance!!! I love this (I posted a link on my edible crafts column, ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com). Thank for this brilliance! Wait, did I use the word brilliance twice? Deserved.
  44. Absolutely gorgeous! Love it! Thanks for the downloads!
  45. Gorgeous! I can't find those sundae glasses at W&B tho :(
  46. This is absolutely amazing. I'm pouring over these photos over and over again. Absolutely gorgeous!! I'm so in love. I will be reposting with links. I'm so inspired. This is what I live for. :)
  47. sydney85 | Sep 4, 2009
    I am trying to find the metal stands. I did not find them on Chef's Hat but could not find. They are very cute.
  48. Thank you so much for the templates - AMAZING!
  49. I should probably have mentioned that the places where I bought the various items for the design are specific to Melbourne so apologies if you're not in this area. Hopefully you will be able to find similar items in your own local areas.

    Thanks for all the great comments and also thanks to those who have linked me. I'm tremendously grateful for the support :)
  50. sydney85 | Sep 4, 2009
    Anyone tell me where I can get those metal stands? I am totally besotted by them. Please help.
  51. over the top amazing. given how much i love ice cream, i think this calls for a party. and bless your heart for providing the font name... i've been searching for that exact font forever!
  52. Oh my! You are TOO amazing and this idea was so excellently executed! I feel so inspired I just had to give you some blog love! :)
  53. Gasp! My heart is literally racing with excitement. You are so talented and I haven't even looked at the rest of your blog yet. This one entry excited me so much because I had been thinking about dessert for my upcoming housewarming party and wondering how to go about an inexpensive sundae stand. You have made my day Amy. Thank you. And to find that you are not OS and right here in Aus referencing shops that I can actually visit......yipee!!!! Off to check out the rest of your super-talent.
  54. This is so beautiful and cool! Congrats
  55. Rebecca Pikula | Sep 5, 2009
    Thanks so much for sharing!!! You are sooo talented and creative! THanks again, my daughter is having an ice-cream party this weekend!! Can't wait!!!
  56. As a graphic designer AND ice cream aficionado all I can say is "AMAZING!". Love all of the details!
  57. Amy, this is by far the best ice cream sundae party I have seen...stunning! I had to share it with my readers, you are a "must know" about!
  58. Absolutely adorable, so perfect for many types of parties. Thank you very much for sharing so much of the details. Can't wait to look at more of your work.
  59. Jennifer | Sep 5, 2009
    You are super talented and very generous. This is gorgeous! Thanks!
  60. Giselle | Sep 5, 2009
    This is an absolutely wonderful idea! Thank you for making your signs available for download!!
  61. Cherry | Sep 5, 2009
    Everything is so pretty. I've been wanting to host an ice cream party and now I can. Thank you for your beautiful ideas and designs! This is my new favorite blog!
  62. karen m. | Sep 5, 2009
    Thank you! You made my day! Such lovely, dreamy photos and sweet inspiration for an ice cream party to celebrate back-to-school. Thank you for generously sharing your beautiful creations!
  63. This is absolutely gorgeous!
    I love the concept! I've been wanting to have an ice cream party and the way you put it together here is beyond cute.
    Lovely job!
  64. Simple amazing! I can't wait to use it as a theme for my next party!
  65. Many thanks, the labels are really beautiful!
  66. Everything is so dreamy and lovely. Thanks for all your work and sharing the ideas and downloads with everyone. Can't wait to see what you come up with next!
  67. Ami - Amazing - first time to your site - came through from Cathe Holden's site - was even more exciting when I saw you were a fellow Aussie! - You are amazing - simple stylish designs - Congrats
  68. Kendra | Sep 5, 2009
    You'll just never believe it- we're having an ice cream party for 75 people tomorrow night, and I was putzing around online while trying to figure out how I wanted the labels to look for our 47 toppings! Serendipity! Now not only do I have topping labels, I have other matching terrific printables. Thank you so much!
  69. WOW ... that looks absolutely amazing ... thanks for sharing all your printables, I love them
  70. Deliciously beautiful. I am already drooling from the dropdead gorgeous detail you've used.
  71. monkey feet | Sep 6, 2009
    hello! I looooove your site, and am so glad to have found it! Yeah! I am looking for a way to make the topping sign template, I was hoping to use halloween colors. I love the design can you teach me how to do that? If you are willing to share, i am willing to learn please email me at crytye2003@msn.com

    thanks so much!
  72. Stefani | Sep 6, 2009
    Wow! So adorable! I love how you used a simple color palate even matching the toppings! Very nice.
  73. This is wonderful. I'm in love. Thanks for sharing
  74. You are my hero!

    Cheers.
  75. Amazingly beautiful! I've just sat here absorbing everything in this post! I am so glad I found your blog via another blog ( I've lost track of which one!) & even gladder to find you're an Austrlian!

    I'm off to browse the rest of your blog... I know my washing remains destined not to be done today!! ;]
  76. I just worked out how I came here - via handmadecharlotte.com ;]
  77. This is absolutely amazing! I am in total awe! x
  78. Caroline | Sep 8, 2009
    Love these labels. When you print out the ice cream topping labels, you just cut them out by hand? do you use any tools?
  79. I cannot believe how incredibly talented you are. I bow down in front of you! Wow! Seriously, you have inspired me so much with just this one post! I'm sure to come back and get inspired a lot more!
  80. I adore this. Just discovered your blog. In love!
  81. Oh MY GOSH! I am beyond amazed with your creativity and attention to detail. I love this so so much. So much so, in fact, that I just featured this on my blog (with link backs of course), so I hope you don't mind. My blog is http://hellobellaevents.blogspot.com/ if you'd like to check it out. Thanks again for the inspiration!

    Jen from Hello Bella Wedding, Events and Design

    www.hellobella.com
  82. I cannot get enough - I posted about your FAB blog today - and had to show a pic of this post. You are SO talented, this is SO breathtaking - I think I need some ice cream...

    When can I come? :)
  83. I adore this!! Love all the labels, the details, the colors and everything. The pictures are beautiful too. Thanks for sharing this Amy. Your blog is also super nice and inspiring ;o)
  84. Jo | Sep 8, 2009
    I love love love your ideas, I am getting married in January in melbourne and have been wondering how I can pull off serving ice-cream at the wedding- this is perfect!
    FYI- I did find small ice-cream cups like the ones you get at the ice-cream parlour, they are available at Lombard's the Paper People, I found them at the store in Travencore, they only came with an ugly design (bold blue and white) but sure you can alter your covers to fit!
    Thanks for all the hot tips.
  85. ???????????????????????????????????????????????

    0-0 This is incredible, thank you so much for sharing this with us.

    I'm getting married next year, and this is so much inspiration.

    ????????????????????????????????????????????????
  86. Lilian | Sep 9, 2009
    You are amazing! Lots of creativity and planning must have gone into this. I am going to feature this post in my blog (http://isurfnshare.wordpress.com)
  87. This is GREAT ! These pictures are so beautiful, so stylish ! I love them.
  88. This is AMAZING!!!!
  89. TonyaB | Sep 9, 2009
    Hi Amy, love, love, love this! QUESTION: I have been looking for DIY instructions to make an awning like you were talking about doing if you had more time, money, etc. Do you have DIY instructions on how to make one?
  90. Hi Amy,
    This is fantastic. I'm getting married next year and love cute DIY ideas like this. Thank you thank you for putting this all together. Such a great attention to details!

    FYI I've linked to it over on my blog.
    http://arielgordonjewelry.blogspot.com/2009/09/eat-drink-chic.html
  91. this is absolutely the prettiest ice cream party I've ever seen.
  92. Hi all,

    I've been a miserable mope the last couple of days battling a nasty flu and these wonderful comments have sure brightened up my days. Thank-you! :)

    Jo- Thanks so much for the tip about Lombards- I will have to check them out!

    TonyaB - I hadn't worked out exactly how to do the awnings yet- it was something I would have loved to have figured out how to do but this project had so many other problems to solve that I just didn't have time to get to it.
  93. I love this sooooo much I can't even describe it. So well done.
  94. Wow thank you so much I have down loaded everything, what can I say but thank you, I am definetly going to do this for my daughters birthday next year she will so love it, thanks a million. :)
  95. So adorable! I'm having a sundae party in two weeks and you've given me a lot of inspiration. I posted a link on my blog. Thanks!
  96. this is the MOST amazing set up i have ever seen. the details and the photographs are perfection. i am in complete and total awe....
  97. Thank you for this beautiful post, Amy. I felt transported to a quaint time and place - reminiscent of a scene from Stepford-wives (and I mean this in the best way possible), where people dress up exquisitely prettily and everything is perfectly just right. :) Thank you again for contributing to the beauty in the world. Much appreciated.
  98. so creative and very inspiring. you are supremely talented!
  99. Unbelievable! You must, must, must keep all these and make a book from Blurb or something, this is just genius!
  100. wow...this is just so gorgeous! I hope you dont mind, but I have put it on my blog...link to you of course :)

    thank you for posting this!

    Ele ~X~
  101. Michelle | Sep 12, 2009
    My 6 yo daughter and I are hyper-ventilating!!! We LOVE ice-cream ;) such a fabulous idea!!
  102. Candis | Sep 14, 2009
    I cannot believe the talent you posses for design. I am so utterly impressed. THANK YOU for sharing...I KNOW the ammount of work that has gone into making this! Really great work, from one designer to another!
  103. I've created an ice cream social before, but never like this! It truly inspired me to throw another one.
    I love the attention to detail, so beautifully orchestrated. I know how time consuming the details are - it was worth every minute - great job Amy!

    Check out my blog post about your talents! www.tallu-lah.blogspot.com
  104. Is it weird that it makes me SO happy to see these photos? So cute it's wrong.
  105. Amazing! Very nicely put together. I love the soft colors you chose! Very appetizing! Thanks for the idea!
  106. OH My God, this is SO beautiful and nice of you to share
    such a great idea
    such beautiful colours
    such yummy stuffs
    the light of the pictures is awesome
    thank you thank you
  107. Thanks for sharing this! It's lovely. I'm linking this post to my blog so I can look at it again and again... :)
  108. I totally am smitten.
  109. Ramona | Sep 17, 2009
    You leave me speechless everytime...May God continue to bless your gift!
  110. Your attention to detail is incredible! I love it all!!!
  111. Carol | Sep 17, 2009
    These are fabulous. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Carol
  112. Wow, I love this!!! So pretty! If I ever opened up my own candy/ice cream shop this is what I would want it to look like! Ooh, la, la!! :)
  113. Amy, are those labels crack and peel die-cut stickers, or did you hand cut each one? I've been looking for crack and peel sticker labels in whimsical shapes like this, but no such luck. I'd be grateful for any info you can provide. Thanks!
  114. Nicole | Sep 18, 2009
    Amy...this is amazing! How did you do your awesome backdrop? Is it fabric? It really pulls everything together perfectly but I can't figure out how you did it. Thanks for the labels...you are fabulous.
  115. I think I might just die of the wonderfulness of this! Thank you so much for posting such a thing!! I'm almost glad no one is around to see me shrieking with delight right now!
  116. Nicole- Long story with the backdrop! This was the most challenging of all the problems I faced with this project.

    Unfortunately, I couldn't find suitable fabric or paper for the backdrop. So I tried manually cutting strips of pink paper to form the stripes. Since I basically had to use three strips of paper stuck together for each vertical stripe (couldn't source paper in the right colour that was large enough) the end result was slightly wonky and nowhere near clean enough- however, I was really keen to have the pink stripes so I ended up cheating a little by drawing the stripes into the photos digitally. Gotta love Photoshop!

    Angela- I did hand-cut each label. Slowly and carefully. I haven't stumbled upon any stickers in these shapes before.
  117. Love this! What a beautiful idea-- everything from the ice cream cups to the meticulous glass containers turned out lovely.
  118. Amy,
    I literally had to wipe the drool from the corner of my mouth. This is so creative and fun!
  119. Hi, I have searched high and low for some of the items in your post, would you consider selling/hiring these to me? Thanks so much, Jessica
  120. Wow, did you do this project just for fun? I am impressed by the attention to detail to the concept. Just found your blog today and enjoyed scanning through it, just added you to my blogroll.
  121. marina zaied | Oct 2, 2009
    What a wonderful blog. I´ve just discovered it and inmediatelly I fell in love. Congratulations
  122. Fifi | Oct 2, 2009
    These are absolutely beautiful!!!! But I can't seem to download any of these templates. Help!!
  123. Jasmine | Oct 9, 2009
    Hi Amy, you're so creative and I just love this style. Thanks for your templates however I was wondering if you would offer them in AI files instead so I can do my own editing of colors, size, etc if I choose to offset print some of these items. Drop me a mail if you can. Cheers!
  124. I really love your blog and this post. I'm from Brazil and I have a blog about Bridal Shower. I just post about your post (Ice-Cream).

    Visit me: http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/chadaspanelas/2009/10/09/buffet-de-sorvete/

    Congratulations for your wonderful job. Karen
  125. Fabulous, thanks so much for sharing your tips and ideas with us.
  126. This is just gorgeous! Thanks for all your tips. Perfect for my upcoming birthday party.
  127. Roxy | Nov 2, 2009
    Im Amy love your ideas and have looked at them over and over again as inspiration.

    I was wondering if you could tell me what the box you painted white was called. Im a melbournite (yeah the weather is a joke) But can't make it down to Bed bath and table. Ive been searching the net everywhere with no luck. It may help if i knew what the box was called, or even what it was supposed to be used for (eg.laundry box? photo box?)

    Thanks again :)
  128. Roxann | Nov 2, 2009
    Sorry that was Hi Amy not Im Amy

    Must be too excited!
    :)
  129. Hi Roxy- Actually, the last time I was down at The Works I noticed the brand name and I've just located the cutlery box right here. http://www.perfectpieces.com.au/homewares.htm&product_id=639

    However, they also don't appear to sell online. They have a retail showroom in Armadale. Anyway, hopefully this info will help a bit. Good luck with hunting it down!
  130. Roxy | Nov 4, 2009
    Thanks Amy, who would have thought it was called a cutlery box...i was looking for laundry box, photo box, files box....thanks heaps...it will at least make my search a little easier

    looking forward to your next creation...everyone seems to be doing candy bars and i want something different for my wedding (When i finally get into organising one!) Your icecream bar inspired me to have a vintage/carnival theme with fairy floss, toffee apples, rugs on the grass and the like.

    keep up the good work XX
  131. Sublime ideas that buffet, I am smitten!

    I'll talk to my blog (http://www.netenviesdemariage/blog-mariage/) with reference to you, congratulations!
  132. Love this soft and pretty ice cream parlour!! totally 'Addie and Me' with the pinks!!
    Suggestion for creating a backdrop.
    We did a Halloween event for 29 little people on the 31st. I wanted a backdrop for our Halloween candy bar...to set off the 'gummy eyeballs - dracula teeth - and halloween coloured M&M's!
    I used an oversized cheap canvas from Home Base. (about 12,99) I painted stripes in Orange and Black using masking tape.
    I also attached a huge black spider - it worked well. You could do the same sort of backdrop using pale pink and white stripes.
    I'm also on the lookout for a portable ice cream parlour with canopy for our events.
  133. Shelby- Thanks for the tips on the backdrop!
  134. Gorgeous! I am in love with the lovely tags that really bring the party together.
  135. These are fabulous! I'm so glad I found you...THANK YOU so very much!! ~Tracy
  136. I can't believe it's taken me three months to stumble upon you and this gorgeous post! It is truly amazing, and I'm developing quite the addiction to your site.
    I posted about your ice cream wonders at:
    http://theeverdazzling.blogspot.com/2009/12/scoop.html

    Thanks for being so brilliant!!
    xo
  137. Kristie | Dec 11, 2009
    Hi Amy,

    I am so in awe of your ice cream sundae bar...it is beautiful...exactly the inspiration I was looking for. We are hosting the dessert portion of a neighborhood progressive dinner and wanted to do a sundae bar...will be using many of your ideas. I love the templates, but am hoping for a different color scheme for the holidays...is there any way to change the colors on your templates? When I try they are horribly pixelated. Thanks so much!
  138. Thank you for sharing! I used your templates to create signs for our wedding day favors and cake table, etc.. I posted a picture here:

    http://amorous.tumblr.com/post/280918685/yay-signs-the-placeholders-are-from-crate
  139. Holy crap lady, this is probably the best thing anyone can have for a wedding. I definitely want to implement this in mine! :) Thanks so much for sharing. It looks like a ton of work, but gosh darn it did it pay off! It looks fabulous and simply mouth watering!
  140. Van | Dec 21, 2009
    I think you are the most creative and talented person out there. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity. Keep up the amazing work.
  141. Love this !!
    Hope you don't mind, I posted on MiniStyle's Face Book FAN page.
    Happy New Year,
    Penelope x
  142. OMG this is incredible. Love love love!
  143. Julie | Jan 7, 2010
    Hi there,

    Would it be possible to send me the file of the paper cup templates without the "ice cream parlour " label in it, I have been driving myself crazy tryinh to edit it in Photoshop
    would be much appreciated!
  144. Claire | Jan 10, 2010
    Hi there, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this! How would I print out a huge sign for the icecream parlor like the one you did against the white/pink striped wall? All I see are tiny labels.

    Thank you so much. I was actually just dreaming of something like this in my head for my wedding and then stumbled across your blog. It's as if you just took this vision right out of my head. THANK YOU so much! It's exactly what I wanted and didn't think I could execute this without hiring someone :)
  145. Adorable - and how nice of you to detail it out and provide the downloads! Look forward to doing something similar for upcoming birthdays! thanks!
  146. Great Work !

    Regards
  147. Sarah Hattaway | Jan 26, 2010
    I love this website! This is what gave me the inspiration for my wedding reception!

    One question though... I looked on Chef's Hat website for the metal stands you show, but could not find them. Do you know if they sell these online? I'm from the states and any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!
  148. Maree | Jan 26, 2010
    The metal stands are called menu holders. Google "menu holders" and a list of restaurant or kitchen suppliers will come up. I found some at my Panera Bread restaurant and asked the manager could I buy some from them directly. I only needed 6 and he charged me $2 each and I was happy.

    Hope this helps. I live in Austin Texas
  149. Lauren | Feb 1, 2010
    I am trying to use the labels that were posted, and wanted to change "Ice Cream Parlour" to something else. I also wanted to delete "Ice-Cream Sundae Toppings". Is this possible? If so, how?
  150. I have just found this...like four months later!!

    I am doing a parfait/sundae buffet for a baby shower and you have provided some great inspiration, thank you so much. And you are so generous for providing all your downloads!

    xo
  151. Jeni | Feb 2, 2010
  152. yolanda | Feb 4, 2010
    Hi Amy,
    Wow, I came across your blog while searching for ice cream sundae party ideas.
    I think this is so beautiful and exactly what I would love to do for my daughters party. I am searching for the Sundae cups in pink...can't seem to find them. If anyone has more info, please pass it along. By chance are you selling your supplies? if so please contact me!
  153. Abby | Feb 11, 2010
    I love this font. What is the name of it??
  154. Jill | Feb 13, 2010
    This is so adorable! I am going to use this for a baby shower! Any ideas on what the wooden candy box is called? Could I find it at an office supply store? Thanks!!!
  155. Amy | Feb 16, 2010
    I love your ice cream buffet templates, I would like to use this template but for a candy buffet for a carnival party I am throwing for my 1 year old. Can you advise where I could go for such a template. My friend used yours at her ice cream party and they were adorable!!! Please help, I have not found anything similar!
  156. tchrtiff | Feb 17, 2010
    Oh my! This is wonderful! I'm throwing a make-your-own-sundae party for my daughter's 8th birthday next month. You have given me so many fabulous ideas! Thank you for sharing all the great downloads!
  157. lana | Feb 17, 2010
    love
  158. LOVE THIS SITE!
    CAN I BUY SOME OF THIS THINGS IF I DONT LIVE IN AUSTRALIA?
    THANKS!
  159. Amy | Feb 22, 2010
    Amy...is there anyway these could be converted into a candy buffet theme template??? I love them and would like to use them for a carnival party, candy buffet. I have no idea how to make the adorable templates myself. Please advise, I would love to hear back from you...please email me! Thanks:>)
  160. Katie | Feb 24, 2010
    Hi...I love your site and ideas! I'm having trouble downloading the label templates! Any ideas...are they still available to download?? Thanks!
  161. To edit the fonts/colours in these files you will need a program like Adobe Illustrator.

    If anyone is having trouble with downloading the files, try right clicking on the download button and save to your computer.

    Unfortunately, I am not selling of any of the products I used in this post, so if you don't live in Melbourne I'm afraid you will need to try and source them locally.

    Hope that was helpful :)
  162. Amelia | Mar 1, 2010
  163. Shelli | Mar 2, 2010
    My sister sent me a link to your post & asked me to recreate it since she loved it so much. I was pleasantly surprised to see you had EVERYTHING sourced as well as shared your templates. You are very generous. My job now is easy. One question though.
    How/where did you get the main sign printed?
    Thanks!
  164. NotQuitetheBradys | Mar 10, 2010
    I LOVE this so much I want to cry. My daughters are 11, 7, 2, and 1. I am bookmarking this to use for AT LEAST *one* of their bridal showers/receptions. If you ever take down this site, please make sure to leave a redirect link. Thanks for your great ideas. Oh- I should tell you I found you on Pepper Design Blog.
  165. Holly | Mar 16, 2010
    I love your ice cream parlor buffet idea, but unfortunately having ice cream at our wedding won't work too well, we are going to go with a candy buffet and I love your templates for labels. Any way to convert your labels to correspond with the candy theme as opposed to the ice cream theme? Thanks so much!
  166. sassyfrass123 | Mar 20, 2010
    TOO TOO CUTE:) THANKS
  167. I love your ice cream buffet templates Can you advise where I could go for such a template.
    I love the templates, but am hoping for a different color scheme for the holidays...is there any way to change the colors on your templates?
    I was wondering if you would offer them in AI files instead so I can do my own editing of colors, size, etc if I choose to offset print some of these items.
    Thanks..
  168. ankur jain | Mar 27, 2010
    i want to open a ice cream parlour in jodhpur.
  169. Lillian | Mar 27, 2010
    I've kept this bookmarked for a looong time and finally I get to use your wonderful ideas! My dd will be having an ice-cream parlour birthday party for her 9th. I am so excited!
  170. Oh my goodness! This is wonderful!
  171. I would like to add something that might get into that 101 list, if you think it worthed.
  172. LOVE THIS IDEA JUST FAB!
    Thanks 4 this...
  173. Love this my daughter is having a Ice Cream Buffet at her wedding. Thank you so much
    I have a question is there any way I can get The Ice Cream Parlour sign bigger to print on a 12x12 cardstock
    Thank you
  174. Lisa | Apr 6, 2010
    Calvin, thats a great Idea would love to change the color also to yellow.( for her wedding) I hope to get a answer soon
  175. Hi~ I am having a babyshower in 2 weeks and i decided to use this idea . thankyou a million times!

    I really need to know where i can get that pink and white striped background wallpaper! its to die for! <3
  176. Tinneil | Apr 11, 2010
    Thank you so much for your wonderful website. I have been looking for these labels (not wanting to spend an arm and a leg to get them) and have had no luck. This is the first time there is an actual link to them! Again thank you!
  177. Hi Amy!

    I hope you are doing well! We were wondering if we could use this post for an article about dessert stations for our next issue of Serendipity Magazine. We are just about to wrap up the next issue so if you can please email me to see if we can use your images and info that would be great. Thank you!
  178. alana | Apr 24, 2010
    Hi Amy
    This is absolutly amazingly cute. I'm so inspired i am definatly going to have an ice cream party.:D
  179. Hi Amy! I'm having an ice cream social for my daughter's 6th bday this summer and I'm so inspired, thanks to you! :) I'm wondering if you're able to share the larger sign you made that hung above the table? I've been hoping to find/make a sign that reads "Natalie's Ice Cream Parlor" but I'm not sure how I could make one to match your adorable print outs. Thank you for so generously sharing, and have a great day!
  180. Oh, I'm such a dork! Just found the large sign printable. Oops. If there's any chance of personalization let me know, but again - THANK YOU!
  181. wow! this is incredible! well done!
  182. Tara | May 4, 2010
    Be still my heart! I am so loving that you made these editable-no one does that and it is so helpful! Love Love your work!
  183. ann | May 5, 2010
    i love your work! how do you make your backdrops? any suggestions for a DIY backdrop that will look the same as your work?
  184. jessica | May 6, 2010
    spectacular!
  185. Effie | May 8, 2010
    My jaw is unhinged.....this is beautiful!
  186. Lauren | May 8, 2010
    Gorgeous! Does anyone know how to create these templates with out the words Ice Cream Parlour? We are doing a "Parfait" station. Thanks!
  187. Just wanted you to know that I am absolutely in love with this table you have put together! It is fabulous! I featured it on my blog today.

    www.attention2detailblog.blogspot.com


    Thanks for such an amazing design!
  188. i've always loved your ice cream parlour party! loved loved loved! so when my friend needed party planning help i led her to your site. she did a ice cream parlour too and used your oh so lovely downloads. party pics are on my blog here-http://jamgodsgirl.blogspot.com/2010/05/diy-ice-cream-parlour-party.html
    thanks so much for the cutest inspiration! love, jamie
  189. karin | May 24, 2010
    Really like this site, think it turned out really nice. what font did you use on the 'dowmload' button?
  190. yuummmy
  191. Corinne Knight | May 28, 2010
    Love Love Love this!!! I'm doing a Milkshake Bar for my sister's baby shower and you have given me so much inspiration, I hope mine turns out as pretty as yours. Thank you!
  192. Olivia | May 31, 2010
    This is so cute! I'm planning to do this at my sister's wedding. I love the vintage touch. Thanks for all the templates they're a great help!
  193. Sprinkles007 | Jun 6, 2010
    Love this style party! I would love to use your mini popcorn template, but I can't seem to get a print out in full size? Any suggestions? Also the label template is adorable and I want to use your outline, but with out the text. Thought I would ask the designer for her imput! Thanks for sharing this great party idea.
  194. ameera | Jun 9, 2010
    you are unbelievable
    this is amazing & inspiring
  195. jamie | Jun 10, 2010
    I can't print out the templates. The size is too big for my paper. Help!
  196. Emma's Mom | Jun 13, 2010
    I have searched high and low for some Pink Sundae glasses as used. The link provided it out of stock and has been for quite some time now...any suggestions?

    Wonderful idea!
  197. i like it
  198. Wow, wow, wow, so pleased I found this - I am hosting an ice-cream party soon, and will use so many of the ideas - will be so pleased to honour them to you on my blog! Inspirational
  199. sofia | Jul 5, 2010
    thank you so much for the inspiration and printables.

    You may also use scrapbook paper for the cups instead of printing them; also, I believe the generaltrader had the metal stands too
  200. Kahli Williams | Jul 8, 2010
    I am literally obsessed with this. I can't believe I hav only just seen your blog, I have died and gone to blog heaven. Best. Blog. Ever. OMG.
  201. Beautiful party! I wondered how you did your pink and white backdrop? I was thinking of doing something similar for a birthday party. Beautiful blog!
  202. Kimberly | Jul 13, 2010
    I just discovered your blog and have saved I think all your templates. lol Your stuff is great! (I love the that some are already in red+blue) But this is just amazing! I'm thinking winter wedding but wanted a dessert besides cake, because I do not like cake (I know I know) however I LOVE ice cream so...thank you! We'll be inside and have hot drinks so I think it'll work :-D
  203. Shelby | Jul 21, 2010
    This is adorable. I think it would be a great theme for a baby shower too!
  204. Tara | Jul 22, 2010
    Hi Amy! After being shocked at the price of wedding cakes, and my fiance and I being more ice cream people than cake people, we decided to have an ice cream sundae bar! We will still have a small cake to cut and offer sheet cake for guests, but I think it will be more fun for them to pick their own toppings and make a sundae! I thought of having signs by the ice cream bar listing the wedding party's topping combination recommendations! I came across your site and LOVE the labels and ideas to decorate and pull together the parlor theme! Thank you for sharing your amazing ideas! (Did you put the labels onto card stock or print them on card stock?). Thanks Amy!!!:)
  205. sione | Jul 22, 2010
    Brilliant. Your work is just beautiful and , more importantly, tasty! Love it.
  206. Tara- I printed the labels directly onto the card stock. I use a HP officejet printer.
  207. nice ideas...
  208. Paula | Aug 23, 2010
    Me derrito, como el helado!!!! precioso
    enhorabuena
  209. Eloise | Sep 12, 2010
    unbelievable appreciation of aesthetics. absolutely love this. can i ask where you bought your pink and beige bunting?
  210. Janelle | Sep 30, 2010
    Thanks so much for sharing these! They're super cute!
  211. I love your website and I love this ice cream parlor idea! I'm planning a wedding in February and I was wondering what you did for the pink and white background. Thanks for sharing this great idea!
  212. Tracy | Oct 28, 2010
    I love this Sundae Bar. How did you make the large "Build your own Sundae sign?
  213. jaki | Nov 10, 2010
    i am totaly blown away by this! i so want to create this event for my office.
  214. Misty | Nov 12, 2010
    Hello, this is such a wonderful presentation! I love it. I am doing a sweet shoppe theme for my daughters 1st birthday. I would love to use your templates for her party, but I do have a question. I would like them to be pink, how would I go about that?

    Thanks,
    Misty
  215. Elicia | Nov 18, 2010
    Hi! This is absolutely amazing!!!! I can't believe all the work that must have gone into this project. You are awesome to share all this with us for free, thanks! I do have a question though about the paddle stick label pdf. The download shows up in black instead of the pink that is shown in your pictures. Is there a special way to print it so that the rays will be pink?
  216. so so pretty! I can't stop looking at these lovely pictures.
  217. Jonathan | Nov 28, 2010
    Hi Amy, and everyone.

    For those that are looking for a wallpaper to use as the backdrop for your Parlour, http://www.yorkwall.com/CGI-BIN/lansaweb?webapp=WPRDDET1+webrtn=LWBOE07D1+ml=LANSA:XHTML+partition=YWP+language=ENG# is actually perfect. My wedding is Dec 18th and we've used many of your ideas as inspiration for our own Parlour. We even have a vintage scooping station full of Haagen-Daz ice cream. We are using the exact same wallpaper for our own project. It's perfect. Almost as if it was made for this exact project.
  218. Jonathan | Nov 28, 2010
    Oops. Looks like my link doesn't work. Go to www.yorkwall.com. Search for Product # OS0859. You should find it there.
  219. Hi Elicia- Thanks for letting me know about the black rays. I've been getting a few messages about this problem with some of my files but I personally can't see anything wrong with them. Have you tried printing it- if so is it coming out right? Also what version of Adobe Acrobat are you using? Thanks, I will try to get to the bottom of it for you.
  220. Elicia | Nov 30, 2010
    Hi Amy, I am using Safari and the Preview.app on my MacBook Pro. I did install an Adobe Reader and when I open the file in there it looks right. Thanks!
  221. Elicia- Thanks for getting back to me. Yes it seems that the Preview function on the mac is what is causing the wrong colours to appear. Anyone else who has similar issues, just use a copy of Adobe Reader to view the content instead.
  222. niki | Dec 1, 2010
    this is great!

    does anyone know where i can find a box like the white one here that was filled with toppings? i've found a lot of magazine holders but none that will keep things from falling out...

    help!!
  223. Olga | Dec 19, 2010
    I love these..I am having a sundae party for my son and will be using some of your templates, but how did you get them to cut out so perfect??
  224. Love it! I am planning a light pink birthday party for my baby girl. The only place for the candy buffet is in front of a huge window with blinds!!! I'm trying to think how I could liven the background up. Love that pink/white striped background. How did you make it? Please email me!
  225. Nadia | Jan 2, 2011
    Hi Amy!
    I love very much what you do. Everything is so lovely!
    I am looking for the metal stands from Chef's Hat. I have been on their website but could not find them. Would you tell me where I can find them?
    Thanks for your help!
    Nadia
  226. I have been getting no where until now.
  227. Tiffany Marquardt | Jan 9, 2011
    love the icecream sundae cups any1 know where i can find something similar in the us?
  228. I am so using this idea for my child's 3rd birthday. Thanks for sharing.
  229. mmmmm Ice cream this site is making me hungry!
  230. Harriet | Jan 23, 2011
    Wonderful dreamy and desirable
  231. alex101 | Jan 29, 2011
    wow! this is amazing! how did you create the labels? thx so much for the ideas!
  232. jody | Feb 2, 2011
    You are amazing! i am loving your blog right now!
    just wondered if you had been to Astoria paper goods in balaclava? they have heaps of stuff and i am sure i have see those small paper cups you were talking about there.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    x
  233. Melissa Riordan | Feb 4, 2011
    It's Friday...I'm in love!!!!!!! I'm in the midst of trying to plan my kids party around the same beautiful beautiful ideas....and am wondering if anyone else has had any problems in getting the 'paddle pop stick labels' to print in the pink colour as pictured...mine are printing in mainly black with a bit of pink...
  234. Melissa | Feb 4, 2011
    Please help!
  235. zainab | Feb 9, 2011
    this is just too awesome for words. im in love with candy buffets and dessert bars and this takes it a step further. can u pls tell me how you did the backdrop. did u paint the wall or is it wallpaper or is the whole thing a printout? thanks for your great ideas and best of luck
  236. JULIE | Feb 10, 2011
    @ Tiffany Marquardt - Most grocery stores, taipan trading, bed bath and even walmart have ice cream sundae cups. Just not pink.

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this, can't wait to use the printables in March for my babies first birthday.
  237. Mz Liz | Feb 10, 2011
    Cherries!!! :-D
  238. Arlene | Feb 12, 2011
    Divine! I've been compiling themes for several parties I am planning this summer that will benefit my favorite charities. I can just picture us all having way too much fun - but all for a good cause! Thank you.
  239. I downloaded the ice cream topping labels and fonts but have not been able to use the fonts in the PDF of the labels? Can you tell me how I use the downloaded font that you show here and also how can I change colors on the labels.
  240. Oh Amy, this is absolutely beautiful!!! I have printed a picture of the whole ice cream buffet and it has been my inspiration for my daughter's 2nd vintage minnie mouse ice cream parlour party! Everything is so beautiful! i love the wooden box you purchased from The Works, if only I could find something in Louisiana like this! What would you say it is called??
  241. Kimberly | Feb 26, 2011
    I love love love this!! This has inspired me to do an ice cream sundae bar at work! Thanks for the fantastic ideas!!
  242. Lesley | Feb 28, 2011
    This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for to DIY my daughter's 7th birthday party in the backyard this June. You are an angel, and I THANK YOU for these downloads. AMAZING. I will be visiting your blog often now.
  243. Karen | Mar 10, 2011
    Hi Amy
    Looked for days with nothing until this - love, love this but wanted to incorporate a candy bar for my daughters wedding - is there any way to edit the ice cream parlor part - not very good on the computer - any help would be a appreciated. Thank you for sharing your visions.
  244. sammy | Mar 15, 2011
    I stumbled across your site while at work, snuck peaks of it through the afternoon and I'm still on it tonight. You have glued my attention like no other website. Completely inspiring, completely talented. I hope you get to make lots of money from your natural talents. Keep on posting... would love to see what you do with your own home after the way you styled your wedding....
  245. Leila | Apr 5, 2011
    I wondered if you had the paddle stick graphic in the colors shown on your photo (the light pink), the one that comes up as a PDF is black, rather than pink in the background.

    Thank you!
    Leila
  246. Hi Leila, please refer to my previous comment on Dec 1, 2010. Hopefully this will answer your question.
  247. Tiffany | Apr 12, 2011
    These are so great. I want to use them for my wedding candy buffet. Does anyone know how to make these bigger and to get rid of all of the words on the inside?
  248. Erin | Apr 23, 2011
    O my lanta....your designs are stunning and very impressive. Theyre very light hearted and girly and someday when i get married I would love to have your elegant buffet. For my grad party i am doing a buildyour own sundae thing but obviously not as nice and fancy like what youve got. Your blog made my day!!
    Erin
  249. Thank you! Thank you! We are planning an "Ice Cream Sunday" party (sundaes on Sunday) and came across your blog. So generous of you to share your printables. My table will not be nearly as cute as yours (love it!), but thanks for the inspiration. You are very talented tablescape creator.
  250. Trisha | Apr 28, 2011
    I am totally in love with this idea and am recreating the look for my son's 1st Birthday in blue and white. Do you have any ideas for table centerpieces? You're so creative I thought I would ask! Thank you for sharing your gift with so many!
  251. Anne | May 2, 2011
    Thank you so much for the popcorn box template! I was looking for one of those! Hugely appreciated xx
  252. Kim | May 5, 2011
    Is it possible to know the name of the font used to write «Ice-Cream Parlour» on your labels?
    Thank you very much!
  253. Hi Kim, the name of the font used for 'Ice-Cream Parlour' is Sedona Script. It is a free font and a link to it is available at the bottom of the article. Cheers, Amy
  254. Leah Schmidt | May 11, 2011
    I am absolutely in love with this blog post...I was hoping to do something like this for my graduation party and ran across this post and FINALLY had hard proof for those who didn't "get" it...The party is Friday and I've come back to this post pretty much every other day. Most exciting development so far? My mother-in-law has lent me roughly 40 green-tinted depression-glass sherbert cups for the party! :-D
  255. I wanted to say thanks for the beautiful printable. Your party is beautiful. I have feautured it at TheRedPolkaDot. have a great day!
  256. THANKS so much for sharing this!! Oh so creative and talented! I made my version for my sister's bridal shower. It doesn't compare to yours but I was happy how it turned out.
  257. This is so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this with us!!
  258. I am SO SO SO thankful you shared the printables for this amazing party! My daughter wanted an ice cream party this year and I looked online for cheap yet chic ideas and came on your party with FREE printables! You don't know how much I appreciate that you shared the printables! I am in love with them! I can't wait to use them Sat! I will be blogging about it and directing people to your awesome site!

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
  259. please refer to my previous comment on Dec 1, 2010. Hopefully this will answer your question.
  260. GUIOMAR | May 25, 2011
    thank you for sharing. its inspiring, I love it
  261. jenny | Jun 2, 2011
    Check out fortandfield.3dcartstores.com
    they have those short paper ice cream cups you were searching for! 4.25 a dozen I think.
  262. Wow so fabulous ice cream art! Its pretty amazing and i want to make that kind of ice cream too. Thank you for sharing, i might get some idea from the one you posted but dont worry i will not use the original art you posted here.
  263. I love this ice cream party idea! I am looking for ice cream party inspiration. this is perfect. thanks!

    kathryn
    www.thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com
  264. Here are a few photos from the party I did based off of your ideas...The pictures weren't nearly as gorgeous as the actual thing. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mermaidsch/sets/72157626675527305/
  265. I absolutely adore this idea! You did a wonderful and creatively chic job at arranging this DIY buffet. I plan to post this on my blog to share with my readers!
  266. isms | Jun 22, 2011
    Hey, I just saw this recent post and it reminded me of your design. It doesn't look like they credited you. I think you should check it out...

    http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/tag/amy-atlas-sweetie-table/
  267. ooooooooooooh !
    i don't now because i don´t leave a comment before!
    last year i print everything and i´m so happy.
    I love it !
    Llidina
    P.D: en mi blog voy a hacer una entrada sobre los vasitos!
  268. Bow | Jun 29, 2011
    love you blog :)
  269. Jonni | Jun 29, 2011
    Wow! I just found your blog and your work is incredible! I love, love, love all your creations and I just want to tell you how much I appreciate them. I can't wait to check back. :)
  270. Hi there,
    I just threw a surprise party for an 8 year old and featured it here. Thanks so much for allowing the printables to be used by all :)
    http://bugandboodesigns.blogspot.com/2011/07/pink-ice-cream-social-party-surprise.html
  271. so cute? I LIKE THE PINK
  272. Party Girl | Jul 15, 2011
    So glad I came across your ice-cream parlour...it's gorgeous! I put together a parlour on a summer theme using yellow, orange and green as the main colors. My girlfriends loved it!
  273. I love this post! I can't wait for an opportunity to throw an ice cream party...

    FYI- I found some very cute ice cream cups at Shop Sweet Lulu. Here's the link: http://shopsweetlulu.bigcartel.com/product/ice-cream-cups
  274. alex | Jul 19, 2011
    Hi Amy,

    I love what you did, and I have looked everywhere for the pastel ice cream spoons, and I can't find them anywhere! I don't live near you so I can't buy them where you bought them...

    Thank you

    P.S. If you can't find them either then no worries, I can pay a couple visits to our local ice cream place and take a few extras with me.
  275. Monica | Jul 23, 2011
    I love, love, love this tablescape! I am doing a baby shower for a friend next week, who is all things ice cream! I am SO glad I found this, the printable are perfect! I am having trouble with the paddle stick topping lables....they seem to be showing up with a black background instead of the pink...I did some a few days ago and it worked like a charm, now I am having trouble! Am I doing something wrong...please help?!
  276. I absolutely adore the whole concept. I love the wooden box you got at The Works- Bed, Bath and Table. Unfortunately I cannot find a website to order one. Any ideas? I would love to have one for my baby shower :)
  277. May | Aug 4, 2011
    All of this is so stunning! The design isjust so traditional and perfect. How did you create the designs on the stickers? Some sort of computer program?

    May
  278. Amy Ferris | Aug 9, 2011
    In response to Jen asking about where to get a box like that...Pottery Barn just started carrying one online that could be painted...

    http://www.potterybarn.com/products/restaurant-bistrot-flatware-storage-box/?pkey=e%7Cwood%2Bbox%7C276%7Cbest%7C0%7C1%7C24%7C%7C24&cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_-NoMerchRules-_-
  279. molly | Aug 12, 2011
    Hello
    Can you tell me about the pink stripped background?
    Was that for photo purposes only, or do you set up a backdrop? I am thinking of creating one to set up
    behind the table. I love this!
    Best, Molly
  280. Erica | Aug 18, 2011
    This amazing I would like to try this at work as an ice cream social is there any way to get all the templates in the mint green version of my Ice-Cream Parlour?
  281. Rowan Cleary | Aug 20, 2011
    Wow I saw this website and fell in love :) It is really beautiful! I have downloaded everything there is to download on here and am planing on having a party thank you so much!
  282. LOVE LOVE LOVE this ice-cream parlour! So pretty + sweet!!!
  283. Thank you so much for posting this beautiful tablescape and party idea! It was a huge inspiration as I've been planning my daughter's 9th birthday party and I've used several of your printables. I was so excited to discover that I could change the text on them!
  284. What can I say I just love this SO much!! I love the design. And I love icecream ;-)
  285. Simone | Sep 6, 2011
    I Love the concept, and i'm using it for my wedding in October.
    Only one problem!! I bought paper bowls before stumbling on this site, and now its obviously too big for the cup design.
    How can i customize it to fit my bowl?
  286. How have I not stumbled upon your blog before now?! This idea is absolutely magical and I have fallen head over heels for your beautiful content. Will keep wandering! :) xx
  287. Vanessa | Sep 14, 2011
    I'm putting together a surprise candy buffet for mum's 60th birthday and was wondering whether it's possible to download blanks of the Ice-Cream Parlour topping signs (i.e. - just the border) so I can drop the relevant candy items into it?
  288. jessica williams | Sep 15, 2011
    thank you so much for this post! it's really awesome to have someone include downloadable and editable pdf's.. plus give the fonts so that we can tweak it to our exact needs. that's awesome! this whole idea is super cute and we'll be using it for a baby shower this weekend :)
  289. Ann | Sep 19, 2011
    I love everything that you have done. Thank you for sharing all your sources and templates. I was wondering if there is any way to change the pink color on the border. I would love to use these labels for the candy bar at my daughter wedding.
  290. Awesome idea! Thanks for posting this one you give me an idea for my little daughter birthday party this coming month of October. And it's nice to be here too. :)
  291. Congratulations on a beautiful ice cream parlour concept. Looks delicious!
  292. Amanda | Oct 18, 2011
    This was an amazing presentation! I do an all together carnival birthday for my 3 children, and as weird as this is they do not like cake. I always have icecream but have never thought of doing something like this. I will change it up a little bit and use more of the primary colors & bold colors but other than that I'll use alot of your ideas. This will be the biggest hit of the party! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas :)
  293. WOW!!! Simply amazing! I love this! Thanks for the nice pdfs
  294. I absolutely adore these ideas and the concept. I so much in love with the wooden box you got at The Works- Bed. I must admit I admire this. Thanks for sharing
  295. liz | Oct 24, 2011
    what a beautiful sweet awesome pretty idea

    cant wait to use this for my 50th!!!

    thank you sooo much for sharing your amazing talent!
  296. beautifull!
  297. Your blog always me!!!
  298. Lol.....I meant to say your blog always inspires me!!! :)
  299. We share this with thanks
  300. Leanne | Oct 26, 2011
    I love this! Doing a ice cream party for my son and was wondering is it's possible to change the downloads to brown or blue instead of pink? Great party !
  301. This Sundae theme dessert bar is so beautiful and you've done so many time consuming touches to make it perfect. I'm in awe.
  302. Thank you so much! I used your labels for my daughter's 2nd birthday party. We built her an ice cream parlour in our garden and these worked so well with our theme! http://jessmorganphotography.blogspot.com/2011/10/ice-cream-tastic-birthday-party-photo.html
  303. Alex | Nov 12, 2011
    this is so inspiring! like a couple of others I'm looking for some of the wooden boxes you've used. The pottery barn link doesn't seem to work! Do you know of anywhere else to get something similar? (UK preferably!)
    thanks so much, Alex
  304. Kristy | Nov 13, 2011
    This is an awesome idea and we are using it for a Bridal Shower. The only thing I couldn't find and wish I had was the enlarged Ice Cream Parlour sign to hang on the wall behind the table. The cups turned out so cute. I discovered the hard way that this isn't a last minute project. I should have given myself a lot more time to work on it, but it was well worth the effort. Thanks!!
  305. So cute! Blogged this: http://blog.joyhey.com/2011/10/26/inspiration-ice-cream-buffet/ Thanks for your inspiration! -Krista
  306. Gill | Dec 8, 2011
    The small icecream cups are available from Robert Gordon stores
  307. Gife Cananud | Dec 10, 2011
    I LOVE THIS ?
  308. This is amazing, I love it and am going to use the idea and printables soon. Thanks so much for sharing. One question. What is the coconut ice. It looks and sounds delicious but I've never heard of it.
    Thanks,
    Michele
  309. WOW WOW WOW Lovin the pink blush colors and your designs are so elegant! What a fun table setting and array of delightful desserts :)
  310. Perfect!! Just what I was looking for - for my daughter's 18th birthday champagne brunch with her girlfriends! They are going to love it. Many thanks for your helpful hints and downloads.
    Fiona
    Antiquitea
  311. Lois | Jan 15, 2012
    How would I go about making a awning? I do have a long counter.
    Thanks
    Lois
  312. Leslie Smith | Jan 17, 2012
    Hi there! I was trying to download the labels you used above... I would like to use them for a different themed party, and I was wondering if the labels could be edited to not say Ice Cream Parlor. Is this possible or am I just missing something??? Thanks so much! I love this party. You did such a fabulous job!
  313. Andy | Jan 18, 2012
    It is just a beautiful thing when you contribute your ideas and share to the world by just being you! I admire your passion and effort for making it this far. You must have given lots of effort for this. Well done!
  314. Heidi | Jan 18, 2012
    Is it possible to make the lettering on this site darker? It's so light and hard to read but we love it anyway. We have tried to darken it on this end to no advail.
    Thanks
  315. Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing and thank you so much for including the pdf's! I am getting my 6 year old daughter's ice cream party set up and this has made it so much easier!!!
  316. Janine | Jan 30, 2012
    This is absolutely stunningly gorgeous! I was looking for ways to create an icecream buffet for my wedding next year and this is amazingly perfect. I live in Melbourne as well so will be starting to collect very soon. Thankyou so kindly for sharing your inspiration :)
  317. How scrummy! pretty and lovely in every way I love love love
  318. Amy, thank you so much for your lovely templates. We did the ice-cream parlour for my birthday at work. I was struck by how much fun my colleagues had. We all felt like kids who'd been given an all-access pass to a candy store! What a blast! xx
  319. Jenny | Feb 4, 2012
    I love your blog!!! So many great ideas. My five year old is already planning her party that's 4 months away..so was just what I needed for inspiration. I did some checking online and found a company online, Box and Wrap that has some really cute favor boxes, candy bags, and candy boxes. I'm going to let the kids fill their own take home candy bag as a Thank you for coming to the party.
  320. sherryll paguio | Feb 6, 2012
    whats the other font did u used in in the word Ice cream parlour fot the labels besides the editable font Ecuyer DAX?
  321. What beautiful photos and wonderful lights !
    I love it
  322. Meredith Morgan | Feb 13, 2012
    Love your site! These are so cute, and thanks so much for posting the FONTS! Love the downloads. Thanks again!
  323. Jenny | Feb 14, 2012
    This is so beautiful! I'm planning my daughter's birthday party and we are having a candy bar, this gives me so many great ideas. I checked online and found a great place to get packaging. Box and Wrap has a really good selection of candy bags, candy boxes and favor boxes. I'm going with the Chinese take-out containers. I'll have stickers, markers, and crayons and let the kids decorate their own container...then they can fill them with the candy.
  324. This can be this kind of great resource that you are delivering and you also provide away totally free. I love seeing websites that understand the requirement for delivering a great resource totally free. I truly loved reading through using your publish.
  325. This is how I make ice cream and it comes out delicious http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.com/2012/02/how-to-make-ice-cream.html
  326. An ice cream sundae bar has never looked so stylish and elegant.
  327. As soon as I read "lactose intolerant," I thought...brilliant! I too have issues with lactose but love ice "cream" in various tummy-friendly varieties. (Actually I can eat limited full-fat cream, I'm a lucky one.)

    This party is absolutely beautiful, am going to Pin a couple pics if that's ok.
  328. Nothing beats an ice-cream sunday! So happy to see we are not only ones with this unhealthy ice-cream love affair
  329. Jessica Henahan | Mar 17, 2012
    where did you get the stripped background behind the table?
  330. I know you already have over 300 comments, but I just had to Thank YOU for posting all these downloads!!! Seriously, that is so sweet of you! Absolutely, the cutest I've seen! Thanks again!
  331. mas | Apr 8, 2012
    this is just beautiful!!!
  332. mas | Apr 8, 2012
    thank you amy!!!!
  333. Hermosas cosas!!
  334. pamela L | Apr 13, 2012
    wow wow yum yum brilliant ideas!!!!! Bravo!!
  335. tanya | Apr 13, 2012
    thank you so much for the printables!!!! i cant wait to use them for my daughters first birthday party!
  336. This is fantastic! You are so talented. I especially love the wooden box and the argyle cups!
  337. patricia | Apr 30, 2012
    Everything is so cute. You are so kind to share.
  338. Lindy@ItsyBitsyPaper | May 19, 2012
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  339. Jessica | May 23, 2012
    Oh my goodness....this blog wants me to leave corporate America and pursue my passions. Now if only I could pay my bills this way!

    Fantastic ideas and blog! My absolute new favorite...I will be doing an ice cream bar for my daughter's birthday this summer and look forward to using some of your ideas!
  340. Chelsea Billings | May 23, 2012
    This is soooo cute. I want to do a version of this for my wedding in a couple months. Thank you for the labels!!! I have been trying to create some since I saw yours..... not working out anyways I was wondering how you do ur backdrop. Is it printed or fabric idk I would appreciate your help if you have time to e-mail me. Thanx
  341. Karen | May 24, 2012
    What fun. Thank you for sharing.
  342. sharon p. | May 27, 2012
    Thanks for the ideas doing a party for my nine yr old. very beautiful
  343. We used your beautiful downloads for an icecream parlor surprise proposal. Check it out!

    http://coutureeventsbylottie.com/2012/03/27/4288/
  344. Michelle V. | May 31, 2012
    I love this! I'd love to do this theme for my wedding candy buffet...is there anyway you could give me the blank templates without it saying Ice Cream Parlour? I will definitely give you props for it!
  345. I wish there was an icecream parlour that was this wonderful in real life! I love, love this so my style thank you so much :)
  346. renee | Jun 22, 2012
    Thank you for the beautiful free printables ... My daughter wants an ice cream party for her 11th birthday, and this will be beautiful and a little more grown-up for her!
  347. esme | Jun 23, 2012
    my daughter also wants an ice cream part but for her 12th party and im sure she'll love the idea! Thank you so much!!
  348. Trish | Jul 14, 2012
    I love this! I'd love to do this theme for my wedding candy buffet...is there anyway you could give me the blank templates without it saying Ice Cream Parlour? Having my wedding in 2 weeks and these templates would be perfect for my Candy Buffet
  349. This is the cutest ever! I need to have an ice cream party!!!
  350. KGrant | Jul 23, 2012
    HI! This idea is so, so precious and I can't wait to use it this weekend for my daughter's first birthday! I had a question for you...where did you get the pink/white stripe backdrop? I've looked everywhere! I was wondering what it was???
  351. Heidi | Jul 24, 2012
    These are SO adorable!! I'm wondering if there is a way to get the download (specifically interested in the main sign right now) so that the background is transparent so I could use these printables for my invites I want to make on my computer as well? Right now the sign has a white box around it instead of a transparent background, so I can't just put the pretty cutout on top of whatever color I want. I can't figure out how to get rid of the white box. I'd LOVE to be able to use it for my invite and put the adorable sign on my invite, but the invite isn't white, so the white box around it is making it impossible. Help??
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  353. Anne | Aug 23, 2012
    Hi, just wandering, does anyone know where to get a similar wooden box?? (preferably in the uk??) love this idea, thinking about it for my birthday!! Would really appreciate it!! Thanks!!!
  354. it's so beautiful!!
  355. Leslie | Aug 27, 2012
    Trying to recreate this masterpiece and can't figure out how to do the sign that says ice cream parlour? Any suggestions
  356. Hi Leslie- thanks for your comment- my suggestion to re-create the large sign is to print out the smaller sign and take it to a colour photocopier and enlarge it to A3 or bigger, if possible. I hope that was helpful.
  357. Zuli | Sep 3, 2012
    Hi just wondering if there is a way to change the ice cream parlor to something else without using adobe illustrator or photoshop. They are programs that people dont usually use. :(
  358. OMG!! This is Beautiful!!! Adore the colors you've used. And who doesn't like Ice cream!
  359. Lois | Sep 16, 2012
    Where did you get the back drop for you ice cream party?
  360. Anne | Sep 17, 2012
    Hi, I can't edit the labels!!
  361. Nancy | Sep 18, 2012
    All of your posts are amazing! I'm in love!
  362. i LOVE this!! it is absolutly gorgeous!! is there anyway to get the template blank? i would love to use these at my wedding for a candy buffet, so the ice cream portion doesnt really fit. thank you SO much!
  363. How beautiful...I love pink
  364. This is such a gorgeous blog. Thanks so much for the inspiration and the free artwork downloads. I can't wait to plan my next party.
  365. Paola | Oct 8, 2012
    Geat Idea !!! I Like it ..
  366. thx
  367. Carmen | Oct 14, 2012
    Thank you so much for the ideas and templates. I am planning a 'cards and cupcakes' fundraising event and the ideas and templates will be very helpful. You are a great designer.
  368. marieravie | Oct 16, 2012
    Waaaaa ... très très très joli... très doux... que du rêve!
  369. We here at Dandy Don's Homemade Ice Cream (in southern California) just love your beautiful labels for this adorable ice cream party. We can make this party even easier to pull off. We make an Ice Cream Social in a Box that comes with 25 scoops of our homemade ice cream in 3 flavors plus plenty of toppings. It also comes with decorations but they aren't as cute as yours.
  370. Thank you for sharing such an amazing kit! Looking forward to the coming winter where I can surprise my granddaughters with an Ice cream Party...just because!! We often make snowcream from natural snow but now that it comes premade by Purity and Mayfield we don't have to actually wait for the snow! :) Will gladly post your blog information on mine when we host our party with photos!! THANK YOU!!
  371. Taliya A | Dec 14, 2012
    Loved your thoughts and presentation. Truly beautiful. Tried to download the labels used for the ice cream bar, so I could use, but was unable.
    Please let me know how I can do this on my computer. Thanks so very much
  372. Vanessa M | Dec 28, 2012
    Thank you so much for sharing all these amazing pictures and downloads! Love all of them! God bless you
  373. Nikki | Jan 5, 2013
    Thank you so much for sharing! This is just delightful :) I've used the print outs for an ice cream parlour at my 10 year old's movie/Hollywood themed birthday party. Added names such as West End Mix and Super Stars to the topping labels, along with Glitter, Sparklers and Popping Candy. They look amazing! Thanks again.
  374. Leyla | Jan 7, 2013
    I am absolutely in love with your whole blog! I stumbled across this page looking for ideas for a DIY ice cream parlour and now I'm absolutely OBSESSED! I am a fellow Melburnian and I was just wondering if you know of any places to buy Hot Fudge sauce from? Thanks
  375. Meg | Jan 7, 2013
    Beautiful, great taste!

    And Thank You for sharing!
  376. Kylee | Jan 8, 2013
    Thank-you so much for sharing your gorgeous designs. You are such a talented lady!
  377. This is absolutely amazing! Love the pale pink and white colour scheme and everything is just adorable! :)
  378. I have definitely been inspired by this idea to have an ice cream party.

    www.cakechampagneandlouboutins.blogspot.co.uk
  379. Thank you so much Amy for sharing your talent as a designer.
    I too am a designer of a different kind.
    I am an Origami Owl Independent Designer #7338 and am planning my "Launch Party" on Feb. 10th. It's going to be a "Sundae Sunday Ice Cream & Jewelry Bar Party"
    I found you while looking at images for Ice Cream Sundaes and really like your site.
    I plan on using your templates to create a look of fun and continuity on my "Bar".
    I look forward to sharing your site with everyone who comes.
    Thank you again and God Bless!
  380. Isabelle Martins | Jan 22, 2013
    Fabulous!
  381. Stephanie | Jan 25, 2013
    Hi there, This is beautiful!

    Do you have this template with out the ice cream part so I can use it for a Wedding Candy Buffet?
  382. Emily | Feb 3, 2013
    I totally love this blog- fabulous ideas, beautiful pictures, and total obsession! :) I'm absolutly using your wonderfulness at my 13th birthday party!
  383. Riana Lederle | Feb 8, 2013
    Thank you so much for this cute idea. We live in South Africa and every Friday one child at my child's play school is responsible for taking sweets for all the other kids and they "pay" for it. A bit like a tuck shop to teach kids to pay for things. Anyway parents can really go overboard with mountains of store bought sweets & chip packets. We used your ice cream parlour idea and the kids loved it. I am going to use the same idea when it is may 5 year old's turn! Thanks again for such a great idea! Riana x
  384. Sue Onna | Mar 7, 2013
    ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!! You are extremely talented and creative! Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas!!
  385. Lucy Burkitt | Mar 26, 2013
    Do you have a template that could be used for a Sweetie Buffet?

    That was just one line so you could personalise it for that particular sweet?
  386. Wow! This is very brilliant. I really love it. It's so cute. Everything on it is so good tasting! The colors are so cute and neat. I just can't help but to adore this buffet concept that is so perfect for weddings Thank you so much for feeding ideas as brilliant as this.
  387. What a lovely collection of pretty things! I wouldn't mind owning that rug...
  388. sb | May 9, 2013
    I absolutely love this! I'm getting married in July and your article, attachments, and recommended stores will truly make my sundae bar tremendous!

    Thank you for sharing your idea -- I wish I could hire you to take care of it! LOL!
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  390. Collette | Jun 18, 2013
    You have beautiful taste and great talent! I love this!
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  393. I'm looking for Candy Buffet templates for my son's wedding and helping design something for my niece's wedding too. I downloaded the Ice Cream Template but I can only change the middle text line. I've read where others used it for candy buffets but I don't know how to edit it. Any help would be appreciated. Love your stuff!

    Blessings,
    Sherry Ramsey
  394. Diana | Jul 24, 2013
    Absolutely LOVE this blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with those of us not so talented! You just made it so much easier for me to look amazing when I host a sundae bar at my work next month.

    You rock!
  395. CJ | Aug 15, 2013
    Thank you so much Amy for sharing these beautiful templates. You are so creative! xx
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  406. Heather | Apr 1, 2014
    Beautiful design. On what computer program did you use to create the labels? Love them!
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