What’s sweeter than a milk and cookies party? I love the simplistic yet still udder-ly (pun intended) charming feel of milk and cookies. It works perfectly for a vintage party and for this particular spread, I decided to go with a shabby chic feel. Perfection.
Another awesome thing about a milk and cookies party is the fact that it is basically a guaranteed hit with the kids. They go nuts for cookies. And honestly, who can blame them? Cookies are fantastic!!!
I set up this fun little playdate for my girls…check out the details:
The table skirt was made using this table skirt tutorial. I added a sweet fabric banner to the table skirt to add a little color.
The cake was a cookie layer cake inspired by this cake. Tutorial coming soon. I backed the welcome sign with some patterned kraft paper and framed it for the table the girls used to eat their cookies. It was the perfect alternative to the traditional uses of the welcome sign, like hanging it on the front door in a wreath.
I filled the glass jars with ini chocolate chip cookies. These are inexpensive and can be purchased from any local grocery store. I also made homemade chocolate chip cookies and poked holes in them to insert the straw as a cute little milk bottle topper. Another fun and inexpensive idea for a milk and cookies party is to use cleaned out frappuccino bottles instead of the more pricey milk bottles you can buy. They are easy to use and just as cute!!!
My precious little Emma. She’s a ham who loves the camera too!!
All in all it was a blast. Now I need a cookie and a glass of milk!!!
Wanna throw a Milk and Cookies Party?