Unicorns, candy, sparkles and doughnuts – only in a perfect world would all these things live under the same roof. However, we’re here to tell you that roof DID exist and it was in Travisso! They hosted a lovely Ladies Home Tour showing off some of their gorgeous properties serving mimosas, small bites, and our services, which brought in the sweet, candy and sparkles into effect!
Guests were able to enjoy a variety of doughnuts served in the most customized way, allowing them to choose their doughnut, filling, drizzle, and toppings with our interactive doughnut bar. However, the talk of the event was our edible doughnut wall! People had to try it for themselves, as they were in disbelief that they could choose the perfect doughnut from the wall and then customize it onsite. Keeping in the unicorn and glitter theme, we glazed our doughnuts with pink, purple, and turquoise icing, only to finish it off with (our special touch) some edible glitter. It was a doughnut (almost) too fun to eat!
We kept Travisso in mind, as branding was very important to them and the goal was to get the hashtags going. We worked with our vendor to create the perfect #Travisso sign, so that guests knew which social media hashtag to use to win fun prizes!
As doughnuts were being served in one house, we had a second gal roaming between different properties serving candy to hungry visitors off of our roaming treats tray. Branding our tray with Travisso lollipops was just one way we helped promote to guests that Travisso is a SWEET place to live. Making sure not to neglect anyone’s pallet, we served grapefruit sour gummies, strawberry banana gummy bears, chocolate cherry cordials, and even rock candy crystal lollipops – just to name a few. Children and adults alike, had a blast grabbing a handful of candy necklaces just to wear bling you can eat!
Allow The Cupcake Bar to be a part of your next event just so we can show off you and your fun personality to everyone in an edible way, while keeping your branding in mind. We can’t wait to engage and interact, all while serving you and your sweet tooth!
Doughnuts – the deep fried cakes with a long European history is now OFFICIALLY one of the fun, interactive bars The Cupcake Bar is offering. Because after all, who says doughnuts have to be limited to a morning treat? We say, this tasty treat should be enjoyed at any time of the day!
Hmm, but how does it work?
Step one: Choose your doughnut – What one suits you best?
Step two: Fill it in! – A little Bavarian creme, maybe?!
Step three: Make it drizzle – Because, drizzle makes everyone happy!
Step four: Toppings for days – Choose one, choose them all!
Step five: Eat it up! – DO-NUT neglect your happiness!
We can customize our bars to any and every event whether you are looking for something corporate and professional or social and fun – The Cupcake Bar can do it all. With a variety of linens, plate ware, and colors, personalizing to YOUR event is what we do best. And, yes, we even have a NEW doughnut wall as a fun add on to your event!
Check out our latest Doughnut Bar experience in action!
Planned by the ever-talented CLINK, The Cupcake Bar was able to showcase what we do best at the newly renovated Trinity Hall. It was a fun evening with vendors such as Contigo Catering, Whim, Altared Weddings, and The Color Condition (just to name a few) making an appearance. Even the Sparks Agency showed off their leather customizing skills by helping guests create their own luggage tag or cup coaster to go home with.
Attention and buzz was captured by every guest from our edible doughnut wall as a backdrop (yum!) – the wall was provided by Birch & Brass and greenery by the crafty Merveille. And, a special thank you to The Inviting Pear, who helped create the gorgeous signage. Because honestly, who would not be GLAZED at the sight of a delicious doughnut wall you can eat!
So call or email us today to personally experience our latest interactive doughnut bar at your next event. We assure you, people have never experienced a doughnut quite like ours. Do-nut wait!
Gorgeous Photography: Lisa Hause Photography