Thursday, September 11, 2008

Throw a Party

I fell in love with a rose shaped candle holder posted by Bliss. I followed the link and found Cox & Cox. How did I not know about them before? Unfortunately I can't purchase anything because they are located in England and I don't think they ship internationally - anyone know? But, one can dream right? Seeing their amazing party items makes me really want to throw a party now...lots of festivities, fancy drinks, and those crazy masks!

33 comments:

Sandra Ree said...

omg, I love, love those cookie cutters!

...love Maegan said...

oooooooh.....all of this is fabulous. love it!!!!

please sir said...

I know - those cookie cutters would be so fun at a party!

Julia said...

Didn't Audrey Hepburn put on a crazy mask in Breakfast at Tiffany's? So much fun :)

Jude said...

There is nothing like a table set with place card holders containing fresh flowers. What great stuff they have!

cindy : quaint said...

the puzzle cookie cutter is so much fun.

Stephanie said...

Oh, it's a perfect day for a party! I adore those masks.

Jan said...

So cute. Love the party sign and the rose candle holder. Mrs. French is amazing too.

That Girl Designs said...

OMG! Great stuff. I'm headed to their site for a look around right now.

Karen said...

Those cookie cutters!! Love them. And the name cards are gorgeous...

erin@designcrisis said...

I want to have a party where people named "Esme" and "Rupert" come. That would be kind of great.

Robin said...

Um, I NEED those puzzle cookie cutters. Where can I find them?

Cupcakes and Cashmere said...

your site is BEAUTIFUL! care to trade links?

Chris said...

Me too! I love the cookie cutters. You can get really creative on what sort of puzzles you can make out of those. The baked cookies can be decorated and assembled to make a picture, then served as one big puzzle that people can take pieces from :)

naphtali said...

what WONDERFUL cookie cutters. Would you mind if I posted and referenced you??? How perfect for my kitchen blog. Hmm. I feeeeellll like every time I come to your page, I leave wanting something! You're posts are just too great. Love.

amy said...

such fun items! i love that cookie cutter...

Victoria said...

I want those puzzle piece cookie cutters! Great idea!

Robin said...

My sister is a puzzle freak and I would love to bake her a box full of those puzzle piece cookies. I love how they actually fit into each other!

Hey Harriet said...

You should throw that party! Looking forward to your delightful party pics ;D

paisleystclaire said...

Love, love, love it all!

please sir said...

What a great idea about forming a puzzle with these as image and every guest takes a piece!

Freshly Found said...

I love the white streamers and the jigsaw coookies!

A-M said...

AND they have the most beautiful images!... makes anyone with a webstore insanely jealous... I have been for years! A-M xx

littlebyRD said...

The masks MAKE it! So cool.

Abbey Goes Design Scouting said...

I love this -- I'm planning a party for my husband and this is SO much great inspiration!

Leanne said...

Oh, that puzzle cookie cutter is awesome! How would you decorate sugar cookies I wonder? I think the puzzle can stand alone as a great cookie platter dessert. Perhaps they would just as well with snickerdoodle cookies {my favorite}.

Songy said...

LOL I see dame edna!

Abbey Goes Design Scouting said...

ps I just kirtsy'd this! xo Abbey

The Storialist said...

Yes, the jigsaw cookies are absolutely wonderful. I would paint a cheesy looking (cheesy as in tacky, not as in dairy product) landscape on there, and let guests devour it bit by bit.

Love your blog!

mary said...

I LOVE Cox & Cox! I wish I could buy up their entire inventory.

Mrs.French said...

thanks for the link my dear.

erin meagan said...

Those cookies cutters are amazing! I adore them! I wish I had them.

please sir said...

Thanks!

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