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If you see an image on this site that has been credited incorrectly or you wish for your image to be removed, please contact me. I absolutely love the idea of Make your own Sundaes for a party because it adds an element of creativity and fun to your event and is so easy to do.
At Wheel and Barrow I found these really beautiful old-fashioned pink hued ice-cream sundae dishes- Rather than use these for the sundaes themselves I've actually decided to use these for some of the toppings. COOKIE JARInside the big old-fashioned cookie jar, also found at Wheel and Barrow, I put crushed peanuts and almond flakes- would be great to put another metal scoop into this. I got these cute metal stands (below) from Chef's Hat and made these labels to accompany the toppings. I looked everywhere for those short ice-cream paper cups you get in commercial ice-cream parlours but couldn't find them- other than for wholesale! Each cup printout will use a fair bit of ink so I can't imagine using these for a large party. Note: I've used a cast coated card , in pink and cream, which is fairly thick and has a beautiful gloss. I got these jumbo paddle sticks from Riot Art and Craft and attached circular labels on them.
MORE GREAT IDEASWith more time, money and resources I would have loved to have a canopy over the top of the buffet with the familiar pink and white ice-cream parlour awnings.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The downloadable pdfs in this article (and across my entire site) are free for personal use only. Excuse me while I pull my chin up off the floor (and maybe wipe a little drool, but is that too much info?!)! Kathleen, I've always been a fan of Twig and Thistle and your lovely DIY projects- such an inspiration- it is an honour to receive a compliment like this from you! As soon as I saw the first picture, I smiled, and by the time I scrolled down to the end of the post I was giggling with delight. I should probably have mentioned that the places where I bought the various items for the design are specific to Melbourne so apologies if you're not in this area.
Ami - Amazing - first time to your site - came through from Cathe Holden's site - was even more exciting when I saw you were a fellow Aussie!
You'll just never believe it- we're having an ice cream party for 75 people tomorrow night, and I was putzing around online while trying to figure out how I wanted the labels to look for our 47 toppings!

I cannot get enough - I posted about your FAB blog today - and had to show a pic of this post.
I love love love your ideas, I am getting married in January in melbourne and have been wondering how I can pull off serving ice-cream at the wedding- this is perfect!FYI- I did find small ice-cream cups like the ones you get at the ice-cream parlour, they are available at Lombard's the Paper People, I found them at the store in Travencore, they only came with an ugly design (bold blue and white) but sure you can alter your covers to fit!Thanks for all the hot tips.
Hi all,I've been a miserable mope the last couple of days battling a nasty flu and these wonderful comments have sure brightened up my days. Wow thank you so much I have down loaded everything, what can I say but thank you, I am definetly going to do this for my daughters birthday next year she will so love it, thanks a million.
Printable DIY templates are available in many themes and colors that will have you printing our your invites and popping them in the mail the same day. Guests have the thrill of customising their sundaes with a whole variety of colourful sugary toppings. I've limited the topping colour palette in these to white and pink to keep the aesthetic soft and light. If you wish to make similar labels you need to download the Jane Austen free font from Dafont. WAFERS IN STRAW DISPENSERYet another Wheel and Barrow purchase (I love this place!)- a straw dispenser is used to dispense Vanilla Wafers.
As a courtesy, if you wish to link to anything on this article, please link to this page and not directly to a downloadable file. This is so amazing and beautiful and makes me want to crawl into your pics so I can enjoy for myself!
I am so happy to have found you through Twig and Thistle and will definitely be linking to your blog now. I've been wanting to have an ice cream party and the way you put it together here is beyond cute. I felt transported to a quaint time and place - reminiscent of a scene from Stepford-wives (and I mean this in the best way possible), where people dress up exquisitely prettily and everything is perfectly just right.
It truly inspired me to throw another one.I love the attention to detail, so beautifully orchestrated. However, I only ever link to products that are consistent with my personal taste and the Eat Drink Chic aesthetic. My favourite dessert is nothing fancier or more sophisticated than a simple Ice-cream Sundae.

So I ended up getting these standard 9 oz paper cups at Spotlight and I covered them with my own designs- an argyle pattern and a striped pattern.
Alternatively, you may wish instead to use some elegant old-fashioned sundae dishes, like the ones I've used for the white candy toppings.
This paper is not printable so firstly print out onto plain white paper, cut out the template with scalpel and trace around the edges onto the card.
It is entirely an uppercase font so if you type without caps lock on, the font will be slightly smaller. Such lovely, dreamy photos and sweet inspiration for an ice cream party to celebrate back-to-school. Nothing satisfies my sweet palate more than vanilla ice-cream with hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, crushed nuts, caramelised banana, wafer biscuit and the all-important cherry on top!Despite evidence to the contrary (what is with this crazy Melbourne weather?!), warmer months are just around the corner down here in Oz and I've got ice-cream on the brain!
I've partially lined the interior with pink paper- partly for aesthetic purposes and partly to protect the food from the paint ( just to be on the safe side!) Candy within the box includes Rainbow Sprinkles, Milk bottles, Fruit Tingles and Shaved Coconut.
I am looking for a way to make the topping sign template, I was hoping to use halloween colors. So much so, in fact, that I just featured this on my blog (with link backs of course), so I hope you don't mind.
So I came up with a design concept for an old-fashioned Ice-cream Parlour "Make your own Sundaes" buffet with all the accoutrements. I've deliberately used a soft, pastel colour scheme for the candy to tie in with the rest of the table. Cut around the edge with scissors or circle cutter and stick onto jumbo paddle stick with glue or double sided tape. Read on for more pics, ideas and freebies to help you with your own ice-cream parlour buffet for your party, kids party or even wedding. For the white meringues I placed them on a long rectanglular flat white dish which I lined with this beautiful pink padded paper found at Eckersleys.

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