Weekly Roundup: Last Hurrah for Summer Frozen Treats and Sweets!

Can you believe it’s the end of August?! This means this will be our last weekly roundup of Summer Party ideas for the year. And what a treat it is…literally! We have 5 fabulous finds from this past week that are as much a visual delight as they are surely delicious—from sites we truly admire. Come join us in this final salute to summer parties!

Summer Frozen Treats and Sweets: Delicious & Delightful!

Summer Frozen Treats and Sweets!

1 – Tropicolada Popsicle Party / Strawberry Colada Popsicles
Chill with these tropical-flavored ice pops concocted by Oh Happy Day. And serve them with charming summer touches, like paper umbrellas, striped napkins, and pineapple stirrers.

2- Pineapple Flower Cupcake Toppers
What a pretty and creative finishing touch for party goodies, using that tropical icon: pineapples! Check out the tutorial courtesy of Sugar and Charm.

3 – Pastel-colored Dreamsicles
How can you resist a pile of popsicles this pretty? Quick, throw one last pool party just so you can serve these, using the recipe from Studio DIY!

4 – Raspberry & Yogurt Ombre Popsicles
Talk about healthy and party-ready in one! This treat from Bird’s Party uses “ombre” layers for a truly eye-catching effect.

5 – Glittered Cookie Stacks
Adding glitter to cookies (or to anything!) instantly ups the glam factor of any gathering—just as it did to this entire “girls night in” party we spotted at B.Lovely Events. (The geometric cards in this post are ultra-chic,too!)

Till next summer, enjoy these last sunny-day treats and sweets! For next weekend’s roundup, we’ll be on the lookout for creative Fall Party ideas.


  1. Thank you so much for sharing our Girls Night in Party Details. We totally love those cookies too!! XOXO

    • So nice of you to stop by! Thanks, Emily!


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