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Hello Design Dazzle readers! This is Dawn from Not Just A Mommy and I’m thrilled to be returning for a fourth time as a Camp Counselor! Father’s Day always brings out the pun in me and this year is no exception. I fell in love with The House That Lars Built’s licorice allsorts party and couldn’t wait to do my own.
This is a great way to celebrate the awesome man or men in your life with a fun party table that won’t take long to put together.
My blog readers know I love to use wrapping paper as a table cover. With all the colors and patterns available, it is a great base for setting your table and makes clean up a snap.
In a previous post, Brittany shared how to gift wrap boxes to look like the candy; they are a great way to create a centerpiece with dad’s gifts. I couldn’t find white boxes so I wrapped mine in white butcher paper and used other colors to finish them off. A few mini honeycomb balls and real candy as scatter finishes the look. The best part about candy scatter? Your guests have something to nibble on…
A few fun striped and solid color honeycomb fans to hang over your table and all the hard decorating work is done.
I love edible place cards! With an edible marker, you can turn cute cookies into a fun way to let everyone know where to sit!
I couldn’t resist using black washi tape to mimic our theme with glasses of milk…and FYI I’m obsessed with my new paper straws. When I saw them at Anthropologie, I knew they would be a perfect party fit.
Don’t hide dessert…show off your sweets as part of your party setup on a pretty cakestand or platter! Can you believe I found all of mine at a local grocery store? I love that their bakery has real cake game because I can’t bake.
So easy and fun to put together, dad will know just how special he is! I hope you have been inspired to have a little pun this Father’s Day. Need more punny inspiration? Check out last year’s Dad, You Rock! party table or my My Pop Rocks! candy treat box; both come with free printables to download.
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Dawn, you always have such fun party ideas. Thanks for sharing!
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