If you’re after a theme that’s a little different, but completely ‘wow’ worthy, this panda party is just what you need. All you need is some black-and-white decorations, and some DIY help, to pull together this incredible look. Angela shares exactly what she did…
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Panda Birthday Party Set Up
- Balloon garland: Angela order the balloons and made the garland herself. You can get a DIY kit and have a go! Shop the kit here.
- The backdrop is from Digitally Prints.
- Honeycomb you can find here.
The Panda cookies are just adorable. These are butter cookies, topped with black and white fondant – something you could definitely have a go yourself with.
It doesn’t get much cuter than this! These panda donuts are just perfect. Topped with icing and sprinkles, with fondant eyes and ears.
How adorable are these panda marshmallows! They are popped onto a straw, using an edible texta to pop on the panda’s face, with black fondant for the ears.
What’s better than a birthday cake? Three birthday cakes of course! What a lucky birthday girl…
Panda Party Bags
There’s nothing better than a gorgeous party table for the kids to sit around and enjoy the food!
Angela made almost everything, simply adding a panda design to it herself – genius.
- The plates were made using coloured paper.
- All party supplies (black and white) straws, from the local cheap shop in the party section.