Remember when I told you that I would be sharing lots of my favorite new books? Well I’m back here with #2! I sort of can’t get over how talented my friends are, really! Decorating Cookies Party is book number 2 for my sweet friend Bridget of Bake at 350! A couple of years ago, I shared her first book with y’all and it’s still sitting in my kitchen for me to reference (which I do a LOT). Well, she’s BACK! This book is even more down our alley because it’s PARTY-themed! I know, I died too. It’s totally full of amazing party-inspired cookies with easy-to-follow instructions!
I just had to highlight the party number cookies! How perfect are these for milestone birthdays (or any year!), New Year’s Eve (make 2015) or any special number! This would be a fun birthday party activity, favor treat, or addition to a dessert table. The possibilities are endless for enjoying these sweet decorated cookies.
Check out one of the sweet pages in the book…and you have to note those cake stand cookies – oh my WORD!
Ready for a glamour shot of these cuties? Aren’t they so pretty and sparkly? Seeing as I turn 30 (!!!!!) this year, I’m pretty sure I need to make these to celebrate, right?
Grab a few of these darling books to give to all your baking/party lovers for the upcoming holiday season (hey, get that Christmas shopping done early, y’all)!
MORE ABOUT DECORATING COOKIES PARTY
Five classic cookie recipes (and one gluten-free) produce the perfect canvas for royal icing. Bridget expertly walks you through all the techniques – from what tools you’ll need, to rolling the dough and piping, to storing and shipping cookies when they’re done.
Ten themed party ideas for adults and kids include a Monster Mash-Up, Tailgate Party, Under the Sea Birthday, Wedding, and Baby Shower.
Bridget Edwards shares her cookie decorating and baking expertise on her blog, Bake at 350, which was named one of the top five baking blogs by Better Homes and Gardens in 2014 and receives more than 350,000 visitors per month. In addition to Bake at 350, Bridget runs a blog called University of Cookie that features video tutorials on cookie decorating. Bridget’s cookies have been featured on MarthaStewart.com, Pioneer Woman, BonAppetitit.com, Cake Spy, and in Woman’s Worldmagazine. Follow her on twitter at @bakeat350tweets!