Vintage WWII July 4th Dessert Table

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Vintage July 4th

Like Marcie, I had family who fought in WWII so I was thrilled to see a July 4th table that truly honors those that have fought for our freedom. Designed by Marcie of Celebrating Moments by Marcie, this dessert table not only features a variety of sweet goodies but vintage touches from the typewriter and suitcases to the framed photos of soldiers!

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fourth of july cookies

Marcie used lots of her own props (including the typewriter, suitcases, and fan) as well as lots of props borrowed from friends (chalkboard, scale, trike, etc). Almost all of Marcie’s uncles fought in WWII so this was a very neat way to honor them and their generation. Props around your house can jazz up party tables and save money! So take a look in your basement, attic, kid’s rooms, etc for a variety of fun props for party tables – you might be surprised what you will find!

I also LOVE the flag cookies that even have a “vintage” feel to them! They were made by Marilyn Higgins of Whatever Whimsy!

CREDITS
Photography, Concept + Styling, Cupcakes, + Pies: Celebrating Moments by Marcie
Flag + Button Cookies, Fondant Pinwheel Cupcake Toppers:  Marilyn Higgins of “Whatever Whimsy”

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    says

    This display is gorgeous!!! I love the vintage look and every detail, but especially the framed photo that gives this table such a personal touch and brings tears to my eyes! Beautiful job!!
    xo,
    Laurie @ Gallamore West

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    says

    Thanks Pizzazzerie for the feature! Great Job Marcie for an awesome display!!! Love the way all the pieces came together! You know it is always a pleasure creating with you. So much FUN!!!

    And MaryBeth, yes the cupcake pinwheels are edible and made from marshmallow fondant. Different colors were layered, then texture added to one side, and next they were cut out and shaped. I then put them onto lollipop sticks to add height and give that true pinwheel feel. They came out so cute and can be done if fun colors to coordinate with your party. I might just have to start selling them on Etsy! :)

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