July 10th, 2010

This past weekend Sweets Indeed went down on the farm for some “E-I-E-I-O” fun. When we were contacted by Send In The Clowns to collaborate on the Sweet Stations at this event, we were ecstatic. Send In The Clowns is an exclusive party planning company for children’s events. Not only do they provide superb entertainment, they take care of all the details so that you can actually…party!

We worked with them to design a “general store”  and lemonade stand where the kids could use play money to fill their favor pails with delicious treats and nostalgic toys. Our mini dessert stations included Homespun honey, “Moo Moo Milkdud” cartons, a chicken coop, pig pen, kettle corn, and tons of old fashioned candy items. Because there were younger kids attending as well, we included non-edible novelty items like punch balloons, wind up toys, and squirt guns. This was a sweet dream come true.

*You can download a printable version of our Moo Moo Milkdud Carton here!

Custom decorated horse and barnyard cookies from our very own Sophie Hogarth were a huge hit as well as pig and chicken cake pops, and mini pies from Sweet & Saucy Shop. Kids could quench their thirst at the custom lemonade stand by sipping on gourmet strawberry and original lemonade from their mason jar mugs. Sweet Jessie provided the adorable fabric bunting banners and berry baskets full of gummy strawberries and fruit rings gave it a sweet touch.

We had a blast tying in all the farm themed items and our on site “Sweeties” enjoyed interacting with the guests. The look on the kids faces was priceless and this party was a ho-down hit for sure! Check out all of the details in the photos below including some sweet finds from Found Vintage Rentals.

Photos are Courtesy of The Pixel Studio.


11 Responses to “Down on the Farm”

  1. imatwork says:

    I’m so blown away I can’t even stand it! WOW! Where did you find the adorable lids for the mason jars that the lemonade was served in?

  2. marie says:

    Thank you so much! The mason jar lids were purchased from http://www.candlesoylutions.com. Only really thin straws fit through the center hole but we found the red ones for .99 a pack at Michaels.

  3. amandacrisp says:

    Was it actual honey you had in the honey jars and where did you get them? I love that idea! :)

  4. marie says:

    It was real honey and we ordered from an online organic honey supplier. I would search for something local. There are tons on the internet!!

  5. [...] out our fall party lineup is this super cute Down on the Farm Party from Sweets Indeed.  All I can say is E-I-E-I-Oh what a sweets table! Piggy pops, goodie buckets [...]

  6. janetplanet says:

    Where did you buy the backdrop for the general store?

  7. kels says:

    Hey this is such a cooooool party! I loved the candy bar!! where did you get those moo moo milk duds ?

  8. marie says:

    We created them! ;-)

  9. marie says:

    Are you talking about the painted tablecloth on the display with all the filled baskets? That was hand painted by an illustrator. ;-)

  10. kels says:

    No the cow print milk carton with milk duds in it.

  11. marie says:

    Yes, we designed those. Email me at Marie@sweetsindeed.com

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