I scream, you scream, we all scream for Ice Cream Pop Bar!
What better way to celebrate summer or the beginning of the school year than an Ice Cream Pop Bar Party!
Who doesn’t love ice cream? Instead of worrying about scooping ice cream and all the topping, make it easy by opting for ice cream on a stick and providing an Ice Cream Pop Bar like we did with Pop Bar Charlotte!
Guests enjoyed custom popsicles made from gelato, sorbet and yogurt, which an array of flavors such as chocolate, coconut, dule de leche, pistachio, kiwi, strawberry and pineapple with toppings. We created our own ice cream pop bar drip cake and added popsicle lollipops to complete the effortless Ice Cream Pop Bar!
The Pop Bar was decorated in bright pastel colors using ice cream theme garland and décor from Oriental Trading.
Guests enjoyed their tasty treats at colorful party table full of ice cream themed decor and gold hexagon terrariums filled with succulents.
After everyone licked the last drip from their ice cream pops it was time to play! Guests enjoyed giant outdoor games from Rustic Charm Events Co. , which included connect four, barn wood corn hole, kerplunk, jenga, ladder golf, tic tac toe.
Guests took home a small ice cream shaped lip gloss and candy toppings as a party favor.
Come back later this week for a tutorial on how you can easily create your custom ice cream pop bar dripcake!
Pin Party here:
Planning, Coordination and design – Sarah Sofia Productions
Photography – Ariel Perry Photography
Ice cream pops – Pop Bar Charlotte
Ice cream party décor – Oriental Trading
Coral, mint and gold garland – GlamFete
Gold geometric terrarium candle holders and wooden box – Oriental Trading
Giant outdoor games – Rustic Charm Events Co.
Ice cream banner, piñata, paper fans, and ice cream cone lip gloss – Target