Seashell Ice Cream Party

Seashell Bowls

Seashell Girl's Ice Cream Birthday Party

Seashell Girls' Birthday Party

Seashell Ice Cream Party

Have a summer birthday for a little one coming up?  As you discovered with our Sweet CeCe’s Frozen Yogurt party, we are big fans of ice cream! This party was designed around a seaside ice cream theme for a little girl. The doll is a Little Souls, Inc. design.  The polka dot plates are Kate Spade. The lime green drink bottles are from Party City.

All you have to do to make the Seashell Bowls is boil your seashells in water for 20-25 minutes to sterilize them. Obviously the more round your shells are, the better for holding the ice cream! It’s also a good idea to scoop your ice cream, add your sprinkles, then place all shells in the freezer until ready to serve! Enjoy!

Tablescape by Pizzazzerie & Phronsie’s Tables

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10 Comments

  1. What a cute party! Are those little rose cookies, they’re fantastic.

  2. So creative! What perfect little ice cream holder those seashell’s make. Love the lime green drink bottles too.

  3. You KNOW this is right up my alley ! I have FIVE nieces ages 3 months to 4 years old coming for the week of the 4th and this is so perfect for them! Thanks for another great inspiration!

  4. Love the colour scheme in this setting and the doll and teddy…too cute. The flower cookie is a great touch to set off the ice cream. Such an neat idea using the sea shells for serving bowls.

  5. This is a lovely spread! The drink bottles are super cute as well.

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