NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

I was lucky enough to attend the NKPR 10th anniversary party. It was held at Natasha Koifman’s (Owner, NKPR) absolutely stunning home in Toronto. I know from previous NKPR parties that the sweets are usually out of this world. This party lived up to those expectations thanks to the amazing sweet table created by Petite & Sweet.

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

The theme of the night was “Love & Candy”, and I have to say, you could really feel the love! Although we had over 250 guests, the atmosphere felt intimate. Looking around my backyard was like looking into an NKPR time capsule. Everyone that attended has made NKPR into what it is today and impacted my life in so many ways.

As for the candy portion of the night, my favourite store Petite & Sweet – now featured on the Food Network’s “Sugar Stars” – created a stunning sweet table for the event. Not only did it feature some amazing treats like brownies, cupcakes, chocolate and candy, it also displayed my favourite quotes about love, written in chalk above the sweets. The table was the focal point of the party and Petite & Sweet did an amazing job of capturing the theme! – Natasha Koifman (source)

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

The table was so beautiful I almost didn’t want to eat anything. Beauty didn’t stop me though and I tucked into the sweets as soon as I took these photos. Everything was just as good as it looks. I never expected to like chocolate covered red liquorice or sour keys (one of my favourite candies of all time). Petite & Sweet did such an amazing job I felt like sharing these photos with you.

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

NKPR 10th Anniversary, Holy Petite & Sweet!

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By Anita Clarke

Anita Clarke is an Engineering Storyteller and the founder of the fashion blog “I want – I got.” She was one of the first and most prominent online fashion writers in Toronto and Canada.