I am so excited to give this a try! I have been dreaming up ideas of how to help all you potential party planners out there and I think this may be it! I get so many emails from those of you out there who are wanting to create fabulous parties but are looking for a little direction and some tutorials. Many of you have expressed that while you love to see tutorials online with pictures and directions, you are afraid to try something unless you can actually SEE someone doing it. I totally understand that! I am a completely visual learner so I think internet videos are the way to go!
As a party planner I spend countless hours searching the internet for the perfect party or picture prop, party favor, creative decoration or party activity. Sometimes it is challenging to find exactly what I have dreamed up, and other times it is just WAY too expensive and out of my, or my client’s budget. Most of the time it is a budgetary issue and that is where my ability to create it on my own comes in really handy! I sincerely believe that with the willingness to put in the hours that is takes, help from great websites on the internet like pinterest or maybe even TMD, and a few coupons, you can make many of the things you are wishing you could find for your event all on your own!
Having just debuted the party I styled for the Easter shoot, I thought what better to start off with than some absolutely adorable handmade chocolate bunny pops for your Easter celebrations this spring! It is just around the corner after all! I will show you how in less than ten minutes you can create these adorabe Easter basket treats. Here are a couple of tips I forgot to mention in the video:
-the mold I have will make 5 pops at once. Fill all the spots before you get the air bubbles out to make your life even easier!
-If you have extra chocolate left in your piping bag, DON’T throw it away! You can save it and re-melt it for your next project!
Hope you enjoy!
Ok, so now it’s time to dish…what would you like to learn? I would love to hear your preferences on what how-to’s you would like to see on video. Leave a comment or drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great day!