On the menu: -Bacon, Apple, Cheddar Quiche -Apple Streusel Muffins -Chicken Salad Croissant Sandwiches (with apples and pecans) -PB&J sandwiches for the kids, shaped like apples -Apple slices with caramel cream cheese dip
To drink: -Hot spiced apple cider -Chilled apple cider -Coffee (I searched for caramel apple creamer, but couldn't find it... bummer) -100 % apple juice boxes for the kids
Sweet Treats: -Red apple cupcakes -Green apple cupcakes -Red apple cookies -Red apple cake pops inspired by Bakerella
Apple Craft for the kids: Caramel apple making was the main event. I invisioned sticky, gooey messiness, but thanks to the kids being well-occupied with the train tracks upstairs in the toy room, they came downstairs at different times so it was easy to help them make their sweet apple creations. And no party would be complete without party favors! I was going to have them stamp their own favor bag with apples dipped in paint, but since it was too hot to do that outside and I couldn't handle having all those little ones with paint inside, the bags were plain. They were filled with yummy apple inspired treats. And moms deserve party favors too!There were plenty of fun little details, but my favorite detail of them all is this apple drawing that welcomed our guests on the front door, drawn by my 4-year old party co-host Samuel. Happy Fall everyone!