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Little Monster Love Baby Shower

So what happens when an event designer and a cupcakery collaborate on a baby shower? A “Little Monster” dessert table like this. I’m getting a sugar rush just looking at all those treats! Looks like San Francisco based designer, Heather from All Set, and Sibby’s Cupcakery, had a fantastic time putting together this sweet scene — one sure to please any mom-to-be expecting her own “little monster”.

Click through the slideshow below to see all the details up close!

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  • More Cupcake Fun 1 of 8
    More Cupcake Fun
    Who knew monster cupcakes could be such fun?!
  • Monster Cupcakes! 2 of 8
    Monster Cupcakes!
    Scary cute, right?
  • Googly Eyes = Good Times 3 of 8
    Googly Eyes = Good Times
    Such a fun idea to glue googly eyes on glass vases and containers and fill them to the brim with tasty treats.
  • Keep An Eye On What You Eat 4 of 8
    Keep An Eye On What You Eat
    Even if it's licorice curls.
  • Rice Krispie Monsters 5 of 8
    Rice Krispie Monsters
    Dipped Rice Krispie bars with googly eyes make for a perfect monster treat.
  • Scary Finger Puppets 6 of 8
    Scary Finger Puppets
    These monster finger puppets are always a hit!
  • Monster Onesies 7 of 8
    Monster Onesies
    A pennant banner of super cute handmade monster onesies, I love this!
  • A Monster Favor 8 of 8
    A Monster Favor
    Adorable little monster bags full of red hots make for the perfect take-home party favor.

 

*photographer Sarah Dawson Photography, monster onesies courtesy of The Plaid Shirt

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Read more from Gabrielle Blair at Design Mom.
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