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Breast Cancer Ribbon Party

Every October, the Cancer Council in Australia raises awareness for breast and gynecological cancers.  Many women get together and hold a girls night in, raising funds for this wonderful cause. Whether it’s a small intimate affair with close friends, or as part of a business or social club, it is a great way for girls to get together, have a great night and raise some much needed money!   The breast cancer ribbon is a powerful recognizable symbol and many people wear pink ribbons to honour survivors, remember loved ones and support fundraising.

This stunning breast cancer ribbon party was submitted by Natasha of Fete Fanatic.  It features the custom breast cancer pink ribbon all over the dessert table, and the food is beautifully presented in shades of pink.  The styling is outstanding and would be perfect for an evening of pampering and indulgence. Breast cancer ribbon party Natasha said about the party planning: “I was invited to create a dessert table for a local business owner who was hosting a spa party for Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Guests were treated to comfy plush slippers, spa products and massages.  The sweet treats included red velvet and vanilla cake pops, chocolate covered oreos, dipped pretzels rods, coconut raspberry marshmallows, cherry tootsie rolls and Hershey kisses.  I was thrilled to be in the company of such beauty and strength”. Breast cancer ribbon party

The breast cancer ribbon decorations leave no doubt to what this party is being held for.  They are beautifully displayed and I love the two tone of pink.  They add a special touch of class to this dessert table.

Breast Cancer Ribbon

The pink ribbons feature everywhere in the desserts and are very subtle in their placement.  I love how they have been included in chocolate coating, and even individual chocolate pink ribbons!

Chocolate dipped oreos

Breast Cancer Ribbon

Breast cancer ribbon party

Breast cancer ribbon party

Breast cancer ribbon party Breast cancer ribbon party

If you enjoyed this party and would like to be kept up to date with Natasha’s events, you can follow her on Twitter.

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Cake Pops and Oreos: Sweet Temptations

Has this breast cancer ribbon party inspired you to hold your own party for breast cancer awareness month?  Perhaps you have know someone who has suffered from the disease and you would like to raise some funds for prevention programs.  I hope this party has given you some wonderful ideas to hold a wonderful event with your girlfriends.

Have you held a party in the past for breast cancer awareness month?  I would love to hear what you did to make this a special event. Please drop a comment below and share the details.

Thanks for reading

Catherine x

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4 Responses to Breast Cancer Ribbon Party

  1. Jacqui Odell September 29, 2013 at 11:13 pm #

    You did a great job! I love how you are showing support. The food looks really yummy. Thanks for linking up to Party Time on Moms & Munchkins and we hope to see you next week.

    • Catherine Holt September 30, 2013 at 11:08 pm #

      Thanks Jacqui. This was an awesome party that was submitted to the site…its great to be able to raise awareness and have some fun in the process 🙂

  2. Cheryl October 2, 2013 at 2:13 pm #

    That is a beautiful party for such a special cause. My grandma had breast cancer so it’s a cause near to my heart.

    • Catherine Holt October 2, 2013 at 2:29 pm #

      Absolutely Cheryl, it is lovely to be able to raise some much needed money in such a beautiful way. Unfortunately it seems most of us know someone who has or had breast cancer, so the more awareness that can be raised the better! Thanks so much for your comment 🙂

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