A Breakfast at Tiffany’s Birthday Party
How to Throw A Breakfast at Tiffany’s Birthday Party via The Organized Cook
What happens when the special birthday girl has moved past themed parties with fairy wings, wands, and a Nick Jr. character jumpy house? Celebrating in a more “grown-up” elegant way may seem like a challenge so how about throwing a “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” party. Nothing says all-grown-up like playing the fabulous Holly Golightly for a day. Give your starring lady a party she’ll never forget with a few tips from The Organized Cook.
“Nothing is impossible. The word itself says, “I’m Possible”.
– Holly Golightly, Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Tiffany Blue Cupcakes
The signature true Tiffany-blue colored icing is difficult to execute; if using a bakery, be sure to approve the color ahead of time. If you’ll be replicating the Tiffany-blue yourself, be sure to test your color mixing skills before the big day and write down your ingredients so everything goes smoothly on baking day.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Party Punch
Every party needs a themed beverage or cocktail. Creating this Breakfast at Tiffany’s party punch is easy to do and can be made ahead of time and chilled before the guests arrive. Visit The Organized Cook for full recipe details.
Mashed Potato Martini Bar
Greet guests with a glamorous Mashed Potato Martini Bar. Here martini glasses acted as serving dishes with a scoop of mashed potatoes, then guests selected their toppings of cheese, bacon, green onions, chicken and/or olives. I have no doubt Holly Golightly would approve!
Something so simple as chocolate-covered strawberries add elegance to any occasion. Displaying them up front gives the party table a beautiful contrast in color.
Don’t Forget The Details
Every successful party is such because of the small thoughtful details. Purchasing inexpensive “Diamond Rings” from the party supply store adds that special something which makes an event memorable. Details are key! Labeling your party stations with framed “art” can have a high impact with little effort and cost.
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