Cookie Favors – The Perfect Birthday Party Favor for Kids of all Ages! (that means adults too!)

In all of my years of entertaining and owning a party store, the one thing I know for sure is that EVERYONE loves to receive an edible favor.  And tops is a beautifully decorated, delicious cookie favor!  And that’s exactly what you’ll find at Diva Entertains!

Let me introduce you to some of my favorite Cookie Favors:

As you can image, kids go CRAZY over cookies.  One look at these fun, decorated sugar cookies will make their eyes pop!

Our Jungle Animal Cookies are tons of fun (they are also very popular for Safari Themed Baby Showers) and you can order an assortment of those shown  or any subset:

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A ‘kid favorite’ is also our Rainbow Cookies – they can be personalized!

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Every child loves to see their picture and can you imagine the joy they would having giving out these cookies?

First there’s our White Chocolate Dipped Oreos – the image and text is 100% edible.  And you have TONS of sprinkle type and color choices to decorate your cookie with.

decorated oreo cookie favors

 

Or perhaps a White Chocolate Covered Graham Cracker with the same decoration choices:

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And for kids of all ages we offer:

Bowling Cookies that can be decorated to your specifications.  How fabulous is that Bowling Shirt Cookie?:

bowling pin cookies

 

And for all Rock Star wannabees, we have these totally fun Electric Guitar Cookies.  You tell us how to decorate them!:

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and Record and Jukebox Cookies:

jukebox cookies

 

These cookies are best suited to adults:

Our scrumptious looking and tasting Margarita Cookies:

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and our screaming Martini Cookies:

martini cookies

 

And OF COURSE we have cookies (sugar, Oreo and Grahams) for weddings, bridal and baby showers, graduation and more celebrations.  To see them, please visit our Cookie Favors section at Diva Entertains.

Easter Crafts for KIDS!

We talked about some fun DIY Easter projects last week, but today’s post is a little more “kid-friendly” with ideas your kids can enjoy and help with!

First, from Parenting.com, check out these fab chalkboard Easter eggs!  You may have to do the chalk painting, but the kids can have at ’em after that! Make sure you scroll through the pictures in the posts – there are actually 12 easy Easter crafts for kids!

Also from Parenting.com, adorable… A.DOR.A.BLE clothespin bunny rabbits.

Now, this one might be for AFTER Easter with your leftover plastic eggs… or not… but check out these Easter Egg Maracas, from Made:

And from First Palette, some Bunny Mask Printables.  They provide them in different colors, AND one you can print and your kids can color themselves!

Fun Cakes For Kids

Today’s post is just for kids… or parents of kids… or the kids at heart.  I have been “collecting” fun (and incredible) cake ideas for kid parties, and thought I’d share a few with you.

First, from Bird on A Cake – a timely Frankenstein cake/tutorial.  You’ll also want to check out all her cake decorating tutorials – you’ll love her creations!


Now, this next one is labeled as a Groom’s Cake, from Cake Balls… but it could just as easily be a kids’ sports cake too! My guess is that she made chocolate truffles and dipped them in different colored candy coating to make the sports ball. Oreo Truffle Balls would work great for these!

I just LOVE this next cake.. and the tutorial that goes with it!  From Bronnie Bakes, a Very Hungry Caterpillar cake.   You can make your own marshmallow fondant that is easy to work with and taste great!

From Gluesticks, another great tutorial… this time how to make a Cheeseburger Cake.  LOVE it!  She uses marshmallow fondant too!

And finally, from Picture Perfect Cakes… I couldn’t pass up sharing this lego cake picture , since I have two lego obsessed boys in my house.  They would LOVE this cake… but might have a hard time letting me cut it up to eat!

Have you made a fun kids’ cake lately?  Let us know… we’d love to hear about it!