Do you have a sweet tooth? Well my client Kyla Rogers loves sweet and what better way to celebrate her sweet sixteen then with her own kandy factory!
A gorgeous Friday night in September in Cedar Hill Texas is perfect location for Kyla’s Kandy Factory. Welcome, let look at what this kandy factory has to offer. Kyla love the color scheme shades of pink and gold, but did not want her party to be kidish! She wanted a stylish and girly party that represented her and her love for sweets.
Kyla’s pink theme was present everywhere inside the Kandy Factory from her gorgeous birthday cake, kandy floral table center-piece to her kandy cart for the guests, to non-alcoholic Kyla’s Kotton Kandy Fountain and Kyla’s kandy Krush drinks.The smell of delicious mini pizzas. Sliders, fries and nachos prepared by Uncle Willies Pies was in the air.
The Kandy Kart has unique desserts that were all also of the pink variety. Kyla’s cake, not to be upstaged by the kandy kart, was decorated with beautiful shades of pink and gold fondant and topped by a variety of sweets and a custom cake topper.
Everything was perfect as the guest of honor arrived in her gorgeous birthday dress. Kyla posed for a few formal portraits and beamed the smile of a girl who was celebrating a very special time in her life. Her younger brothers as well as mother and father also joined in, and it was quite apparent that she was celebrating along with a family who cared deeply for her and couldn’t wait to share in her celebration!
Everyone in attendance, including myself and the other fantastic vendors, enjoyed themselves to the fullest. Happy Birthday Kyla! May this party send you off on a promising path into this new and exciting stage of your life!
Special thanks again to the following businesses that helped to make Kyla’s Kandy Factory possible:
Planning and Design: @prpluxurygroup
Catering, Cake and Sweet Treats: @unclewilliespies
Mock Bartenders: @kitchenkandy
Custom Cookies: @zoemariecookies
Custom Cake Topper: @@bashandvibe
Balloon: Garlands @_la_florista @mydesignerjacqueline