Saturday, June 12, 2010

Twilight series... Eclipse party!

French obsession July 1st and Give away!
Don't miss it!




Now, if you think that throwing an Eclipse Party is too hard or expensive ....Think again!


I got those 2 cakes from Walmart. The big one was $8 and small one $6. A lot of places now sell big cakes and a smaller version.


Take the extra frosting off the big cake to make it flat!


Now place the small cake on the top...You have a two tier Twilight series cake! Looks like a $80 dollars cake!!!It is red velvet cake. The roses also are perfect!


Lola made me a cake too!


Someone ate half of it...Won't tell you who did it...



I used black and white paper plates and my Christmas cups.


Attached  black balloons to the cups...



She was crying because she wanted all the balloons...



Lots of candles! Don't count them...There is more...I wanted it to look like in a Cathedral ....Lots of candles...



Ok! She got the balloons...


And...We got an Eclipse!

Are you exited for the Movie coming out ? What are your plans ? Party?
I am really exited for the movie....Can't wait!






42 comments:

Ruth said...

wow.. the cakes look yum yum!! and the little crying one is so very cute...

rustandruffles said...

The cake DOES look like a cathedral....love this simple and doable idea...thanks for sharing!
Happy day!
xojanis

Christine said...
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Christine said...

Looks like a fun party - I'll have to visit your blog more often! Thanks for visiting my blog, too!
~ Christine

Cielo Azul Jewelry said...

Gorgeous girl!!! What fun=0) We just watched the first movie a week ago, LOL! We are a little behind. I just love this idea.....so much fun. Okay, the two cake cathedral is GENIOUS!!!!!! You are the master of all parties.

Have a great weekend darling,
XOXO,
Carol

Julie Harward said...

This is a good idea about the cakes, I'll have to remember it! I am not a fan of these movies but enjoy! Come say hi :D

Maria said...

How many parties do you do at home?? :)
My daughter now keeps saying we need to do more parties at home, like Frenchy!!! xoxoxox

Haupi said...

What a nice thing to do - sharing this with us all, thank you. I love the theme and the idea of putting the two cakes together, it made all the difference...but I'd like red velvet no matter how it looked - cathedral or barn. But Frenchy what I really love is your dining room walls, wow. Glad Lola got her baloons. Smile.

Haupi
http://hauplight.blogspot.com/

Jessica Anne said...

Thanks for the follow! Following you back. :)

Jessica Anne said...

The cake looks delicious! Thanks for the follow! Following you back. :)

Cindy said...

Oh what a darling party!!! LOVE the cake and balloons--you are blessed with talent AND
a beautiful family!
HUGS,
Cindy Adkins
www.recoveryartist.com

allthingsnew said...

Just dropping by to say Hi! Looks like the party was lots of fun, and that pic of the lady crying is super cute...isn't it crazy how cute it is when they are sad? Seems strange, but it's true :)

Blessings,
Stephanie - Ten Talents

RosieP said...

Can't wait for the film, I've managed to get advanced preview tickets for us so will be seeing it on 4th July and again on 10th July !!

Hope you enjoy as you will see it before we do, can't wait to see what you think.

Hugs RosieP x

Noche de verano said...

You have a lovely family and a great blog!!!Enchanting photos!!

Love your themed party, I totally adore Twilight series!! :)

I follow you!!
Have a wonderful week!!!

http://catherinelovesroses.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

French, missed this on Saturday.
Another fun post! :-)
Happy Day ~ Sarah

Rambling Housewife said...

What a fun idea!! I'm so glad that I found another mom (I know one more other than myself) that's crazy about the Twilight saga like me. I read these books in a week and a half and I'm so excited about seeing Eclipse. I was a little disappointed by the last few movies, but of course I'll let that slide:)

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Maria...HAHAHA Yes i just have parties...The kids love it :)
OH i can't wait for the movie. I have not read the books. I want it to be a surprise..hehehe
I only read the second book :)
Thank you for the compliments :)
XO

becca said...

i'm so excited about the movie, but don't have any plans yet. i definitely want a piece of that cake. :)

missykade said...

Following, would love to have you follow back if you haven't already. Thank you : )

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Linda said...

Following you via the Social Parade! Happy Friday!

Hazel said...

OH MY GOODNESS LOVE the idea with the cakes.. definitely copying that one!!! Can't wait for Eclipse to be released here on Thursday, the girls are all going on Saturday night, can't wait!!

:) Hazel

chubskulit said...

She's still cute even when crying.

My Mommy & Me Monday entry.

Tracie@Gurtler+Home said...

Oh that's such a cute idea. Twilight really is my guilty pleasure, and my poor hubby graciously gets dragged along.

Kim said...

What a fabulous idea! This is very inspiring. It also goes with the colors in your home so well:).

Krystyn said...

What a fun idea.

RenaeF said...

Putting the two cakes together is a great idea! thanks for sharing!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I can't wait for the movie!

Jacqueline said...

Why am I not having a Twilight Party? I am one of those "older women" who love the Twilight series. How fun. Love the cake and red velvet is perfect. Enjoy the movie. My kids are going to the midnight one, but I catch the 10:30 next morning. Question- Edward or Jacob?

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

This is a funny one because between the two i could not choose! LOL
Maybe both! HAHAHA
XO

Sophia said...

Oh, and... Team Edward!!

Sophia said...

In-Cred-Ible!! I always wonder about the comments that are deleted! Ha ha!
I think I will have to buy myself a tube of RED lipstick for my 30th birthday Thursday! Right of passage I think!

Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

Great and simple idea for a yummy cake. Thanks for linking to TMTT.

Alison @ Welcome Sunshine Home said...

Hi! I'm visiting from the sugar & spice party. Stacking the inexpensive cakes is genius!

Last night a local drive-in theater played New Moon followed by Eclipse at midnight. I couldn't make it but how cool is that? I'm hoping to go see it at the same drive-in this weekend but it'll be Eclipse followed by Letters to Juliet.

Team Edward all the way! :)

Alison

Barbara said...

What fun! You are so clever to put those cakes together like that.

Haupi said...

Hey! I think I've seen these pictures before, but oh well, the kids looked cute,tears and all and so do you (your black and white dress even matching yout plates) so I know you're into the movie big time.

Just pick up your button because I finally found out how to make my own. I'm so proud!

Haupi

cherry said...

yummy, yummy and what fun ..
Happy 4th to you & yours
hugs from Savannah, Cherry

Mimi said...

Cakes look yummy! Have a great weekend.

AliLilly said...

YAY!!! FELLOW TWIMOMMY!!! Ya know what is TOOO FUNNY I have that VERY same cake in my fridge RIGHT NOW!Well the top half! haha! I love your party and your adorable family!

TEAM EDWARD!!!!

shopannies said...

the pary decorations and cake look great

Tiffanee said...

Love it! My daughter wants a Twilight party for her birthday next month. This is perfect. By the way the pictures of your daughter were priceless. So darling!!! You have such a cute family!!!

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

What a great idea to just buy two cakes and make a tiered cake! Clever!

Thanks for linking up!

Holly said...

Great cake idea. Man our walmart is lame - no bakery. I still have to catch up with the Twilight series. Thanks for linking to Tickled Pink!

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