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Donut Baby Shower Story: For months I have been admiring the crafty work of Melissa and Kellie at Icing Designs!
Their style is so whimsical and refreshing - everything is hand drawn and always has a splash of sparkle!
Below is a showcase of their beautiful work as well as other creative doughnut baby shower themed ideas! Don't miss our famous 5-minute donut pop recipe!
The light floral color scheme is beautiful and I love the way they incorporated the table cloth fabric into wall decor.
There are yummy doughnut holes and look at the donut-topped cupcakes!
You can even dip your donuts into preserves. These mini donuts are from Dough A Deer
What a cute baby shower favor idea - sweet jelly preserves for each guest to take home.
Cute table tents label the food dishes
This adorable banner was made by IcingDesigns.com and is sprinkled with festive sparkles!
Even doughnut cookies were served!
Love this beautiful white dessert stand!
What a precious centerpiece for the baby shower tables!
The best of both worlds! Cupcakes and doughnuts! Now just add ice cream and we'll be all set!
This is definitely the perfect baby shower for an expecting mom with a sweet tooth! Everything was beautifully incorporated into the perfect event!
A huge thank you to Icing Designs for letting me share this masterpiece! By taking simple ideas and tying them all all together - you can create an amazing party!
Classy and popular, ombre scalloped napkins with gold dots - so cute and perfect! Matching plates available too!
I know what you're thinking, YUM, right?! These are pretty much the best things ever, and the easiest to make! It took me about 5 minutes to make these little balls of perfection!
You can also make them dipped in brown chocolate!
There are only 3 ingredients involved in this fabulous creation! Chocolate, Donut Holes and Sprinkles - simple!
Use any kind of sprinkles that you want - you can even pick ones that match the theme of your shower for extra cuteness!
The chocolate that I find works the best is CandiQwik. But any melting chocolate will do the trick.
Microwave in 40 second intervals - stirring in between each round until completely melted.
Here's a picture of the package (I had already broken into it - couldn't wait)
Time to start dipping and rolling! Roll the little donut holes in the chocolate until covered.
Lay the chocolate bites out on tin foil or waxed paper. Let the sprinkles start a flyin'! Let dry for about 5 minutes - they don't take long at all to dry.
Once they are dry, you must try one to make sure they are okay to serve to the guests! ;)
Our friend Diane from www.bryasbaskets.com had such a great idea - "A cute, fun twist on your chocolate balls would be a jelly filled donut hole and the one who got that would get a prize"