In my first post HERE, I revealed the shower I threw for my soon-to-be sister-in-law. I wanted to show you where I got everything for that shower, in case you want to throw your own Breakfast at Tiffany's party!
The rosette cake I got from a local (Sacramento, California) bakery called Legacy Bakeshop.Here's the pinterest link (the item is no longer available right now, but it could be because she's going on vacation). I bought the complete party set.
Here is the link to that.
Party Pack I mentioned above.
Tiffany blue plates were from Party City in their Robin's Egg Blue collection. In fact, a lot of the centerpiece and table stuff was from that line, like the Tiffany blue boxes that adorned the table. They came in a 100 pack and I assembled close to 70 of them. The pom poms, diamonds, and confetti were also from Party City.
Party City's Robin's Egg Blue line. I bought rock candy sticks, jelly beans, and malt balls. They even had matching candy scoops.
here. The tiffany blue chairs were from target (they were a random buy!). I actually completely meant to borrow chairs from my work, but then it was too late. We went to target to get the cheapest chairs we could find and these were on clearance for less than $9 a piece (then add in hubby's discount and they were $7.65). Can you believe it? Meant to be! We host my work Christmas party every year, so I figure between that and all the birthday parties/get togethers we host, we'll get lots of use out of them!
The straws and mason jars were from target. In the second picture with the bride-to-be sign, you can see other smaller, clear jars on the candy table. The guests scooped their candy into those mini mason jars to take home with them.
The ceramic and glass beverage dispenser was from costco. I can't find it anymore on their site, but here is a link to the information about it.
I shopped my kitchen for the wine glasses, champagne glasses, vases, cake plate centerpiece, candy bowls (several of them were actually Tiffany and they were gifts from my Dad's coworkers from our own wedding seven years ago) and silverware.
I made the cupcakes using a 3 to 1 ratio of food coloring. 3 drops of blue to 1 drop of green. I just kept adding it until it was dark enough. In the photo below, it looks light - but it matched the Tiffany bags and boxes perfectly. I can't remember what cupcake mix I used, but it was a blue one too (so that the actual cupcake, when you bit into it, was tiffany blue too!).