This post contains everything you ever wanted to know about the Who Treats Dessert Bar I planned for my daughter's school.
If you are in the “What did I get myself in to?! I AM FREAKING OUT!” stage and are looking for step-by-step instructions on how to coordinate a breakfast for your school, don’t worry. I’ve got you covered. Our post, "How To Plan a Dessert Bar for your School," will walk you through the entire process. Be sure to download our free planning guide too!
As with the Who Feast, the hardest part of the dessert bar was coming up with the names. Here is the complete list of dessert names the other parents and I came up with:
The color scheme for the dessert bar was lavender and pink. I used pink polka dot wrapping paper cut in half as a table runner on the eating tables, and again on the lavender table clothes on the buffet tables. The Seuss-y dessert labels had a lavender background. I also used Dr. Seuss foam stickers (on clearance at Michaels) to Seuss up the dessert bar. I actually had Yertle the Turtle, Green Eggs and Ham, Thing 1 and Think 2, and 1 Fish, 2 Fish stickers! The backs already had adhesive so I simply stuck them to lollipop sticks.
Our "Who Treats" dessert bar printables are available for purchase here.
This is just one event from our Dr. Seuss inspired Appreciation Week. You can read about the other days and activities below.
How to Plan a WHO-TASTIC Appreciation Week
"Hop on Pop" Gourmet Popcorn Bar
Pink Yink Ink Drink Breakfast
Biffer Baum Boxed Lunch
Who Feast Lunch