The posters were posted at camp as an invitation to all within the Kingdom of Campalot to attend the Royal Gathering.
I arrived at camp with a loaded car and ready to go. Once lunch was over all of the tables and chairs were taken down and the base for my serving table decor was popped up. Three tables were pushed together to create a roughly eight by eight foot serving table.
While I and a few very helpful and willing volunteers were building and decorating I had a group of very sweet volunteers in the kitchen icing and adorning the cupcakes.
The girls gathered outside the Royal Palace doors at 7 p.m.. Each land was called and they quietly entered the room to the sound of royal trumpets playing.
Please check out the finished project!
This is a photo from the loft.
The girls signed the guest book as Honored Guests and each noted the
Land within the Kingdom that they were visiting the Palace from.
A closer look.
The centerpiece was pieces of cut crystal stacked up to create
a glass sculpture with a can spotlight under it.
The very top was a large gold sequined ball. Bling, Bling!
An even closer peek!
The cupcakes were very simple but they fit the theme perfectly. We adorned them with gold wrapped Kisses, Rolos, and Werthers. Other cupcakes had chopped walnuts, cherries, crown picks, castle picks, and tiny royal pennants with the camp theme printed on them.
Our entire set up was top secret so that it would be a big surprise for the girls. They loved the decor and I had many requests to cater their wedding receptions one day. I made no promises but their requests put a smile on my face. The girls had a great time taking pictures of one another standing in front of the pop-up castle!
When the gathering was coming to an end the girls were once again called up as lands and they were escorted down a lighted path to the outdoor amphitheater for a special evening program.
The Royal Gathering was a complete success and so much fun from the beginning of the brainstorming to the final cupcake being placed upon it's crystal pedestal!
Most importantly, the girls loved the experience!
Oh Shelley, that turned out so nice. You are great!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful time -- and memory -- you created for those lucky gals! Excellent job! Maybe you could cater my daughters' weddings, too! (I still have two left to marry off one day!) :o)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the success!
Wow! I am so impressed! You have a real talent for this kind of thing. Like your husband, my husband just doesn't "get it," but I am sure every young lady involved will remember this for a very long time.ReplyDelete
Those girls will never forget this!ReplyDelete
What an amazing feat. I hope you had some help! It looked beautiful and I'm sure all the guests felt special.ReplyDelete