I have a super sweet friend named Margo who owns a couple of cupcake shops in Washington called
She sells over 40 varieties of cupcakes in her little pink and white shop and they are all amazing. Recently, she opened a temporary store in our local Mall in a very high traffic area and she needed some assistance with her two big 10’ by 4’ window displays. Margo has sold my party hats and wands for over a year in both her shops so she called me asking for some help. After brainstorming we came up with a couple of ideas.
A wedding scene done in black, white and pink. My sweet husband painted these huge paper mache letters for me in high gloss black and I think they came out great. The chair is from my daughters room. Thanks Sarah! and the large wedding print is my cousins son, Jeffrey and his beautiful wife Megan. The photographer was my husband Tim.
My Celebrate Topper looks amazing atop all of Margo’s delicious cupcakes.
I used damask wrapping paper to make a simple table runner.
The little hanging chandelier came from my bedroom and I made the giant black and white poms out of tissue paper. We had three days to get this display planned and put together – during a snowstorm no less.
We decided on a party theme for the other window.
I also made special brown and pink party hats with custom blowers and banners for the scene.
and a cupcake with a little glittery banner.
The pink lampshade chandelier is from my craft room. Like I said, we had only a few days to get this together so I had to use what I had to pull it together. Literally, we were slammed with a snowstorm the day we were supposed to set up and had to cancel last minute. Luckily Tim, my husband, lent us a hand. We couldn’t have done it without him.
Margo and I made a great team and will be pairing up again for the Seattle Wedding Show in January. If your in the Redmond or Bellevue area make sure to stop in and sample one of the many different cupcakes Margo makes. They are so very good.
That’s what I have been up to lately as well as adding a few more items to my ETSY shop for Christmas.
By the way – Many of you have received SPAM email from me over the last couple weeks. I am so sorry. I thought I took care of this nuisance last week but, lo and behold, I found more tonight. I have taken even more precautions; if this doesn’t work I will have to take drastic measures. In the meantime don’t open anything suspicious from me.
I am NOT selling Viagra.