What's not to love about a holiday that's celebrated with cheesecake, ice cream, and flowers? The Jewish holiday of Shavuot falls on May 27-28 this year (for more information about the holiday, please visit Chabad.org), and a children's ice cream party is the perfect ticket for getting the children (and adults) excited!I had so much fun putting this together since there are so many great sources for purchasing the cutest party goods. The ice cream cups and wooden spoons I used were from Sweet Lulu.
Sprinkles and chopped nuts are displayed in small Japanese tea cups from Sur La Table.
A variety of syrups are transferred into squeeze bottles from Walmart for no mess pouring. The labels were made from the new line of Martha Stewart office supplies from Staples.
Of course, I had to taste all the sundaes after the photo shoot. They were delicious!
Yosef and Moussia agree!Somewhat Simple