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Project

Tiny Party

Introduction

The big idea here is that it's a small world after all.

Hint at the charm of all things Lilliputian by sending an itsy-bitsy invitation of mostly envelopes -- each opens to reveal one a size smaller, with the last one holding colorful confetti and a wee card.

Guests sip strawberry Tom Thumb milkshakes from cordial glasses and snack on gherkins and mini grilled-cheese sandwiches -- cut bread into quarters to make four servings.

A party banner is 1 1/2-inch-high cardstock triangles taped to thread, with a message spelled out in letter stickers.

Proving that good things do indeed come in small packages, everyone leaves with munchkin toys and mini art and school supplies in palm-size favor bags embellished with pretty flowers.

Tiniest Birthday Cake and Mini Cupcakes

Source
Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 21 2006

Reviews (2)

  • 3 Dec, 2007

    omg!! this cake is so cute, Im going to do it for my sister's party!!!!

  • 2 Dec, 2007

    Cute new idea. I haven't seen this one before.