Gorgeous garden party favours

Garden Party Favours

Thank guests for being a part of your special day with stylish party favours. These fun Thank You gifts are oh-so-easy to make.

Garden party favours and goodie bags by kikki.K

Goodie Bags

Fill these stylish Goodie Bags with stationery love – Paper Clips, Adhesive Notes, Pens, Mini Pegs – and add a few sweet treats in there too. Then seal with the matching stickers.

If you love baking, why not send guests home with some baked treats? They’ll love the sweet thought.

What you’ll need…

Goodie Bags

Paper Cones with lollies by kikki.K

Treat Cones

Make printed paper cones by rolling paper from the Square Printed Notepad and attaching with double-sided sticky tape. Fill with lollies and place on display for guests to enjoy during the party or to take home with them.

We filled a wooden crate with these paper cones and filled in spaces with colourful flowers. Perfect for a garden party

What you’ll need…

Square Printed Notepad
• Double-sided sticky tape
• Lollies

Shop the Confetti Collection online here and throw the perfect garden party today.

Paper Cones and Goodie Bags by kikki.K

Our new kikki.K boutique at Emporium Melbourne

Emporium Launch

We’re so excited to welcome our newest kikki.K boutique at Emporium Melbourne. As part of this exciting new space in Melbourne, our new location features distinctly Scandinavian elements to bring our Swedish heritage to life.

White birch trees are featured throughout the clean, minimalist space bringing a touch of the Swedish forest to Melbourne. Our new Homewares wall features our beautiful current collection of stylish everyday accessories for your home and a bright neon sign lights up the store to welcome visitors.

Surround yourself with beautiful Swedish design and be inspired to live the life you want to live. Make sure you pop in and say hello to the lovely team. Find the store location online here.

Recipe: Strawberry Cupcakes

Strawberry Cupcakes

Summer in Sweden is a wonderful time. In the height of summer, the sun only sets for an hour or so in the south of Sweden and, in the north, it doesn’t set at all. Days full of sunlight, compared to the darkness of winter, is a time of celebration and Midsommar (Midsummer) is a much-loved Swedish tradition.

Midsommar is traditionally celebrated with loved ones, enjoying a Swedish smorgasbord, of which strawberries and cream play a special role. This year, we’ve taken on the traditional Jordgubbstårta (Strawberry Cake) with a modern update of Strawberry Cupcakes. Enjoy!

Find out more about Midsommar here.


Makes approximately 15 cupcakes.


• 150g plain flour
• 1 tsp baking powder
• 230g caster sugar
• 1 egg
• 80g butter, softened
• 85ml milk
• 1 tsp vanilla essence
• 1 teaspoon lemon rind
• Pinch salt
• 250g fresh strawberries


1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Line your cupcake tin with Confetti Cupcake Liners.

2. Sift together flour, baking powder and mix in salt in a medium bowl.

3. In a large bowl, beat the butter and sugar until creamy and pale. Add the egg, mixing until combined.

4. Add your vanilla essence and lemon rind to the bowl and combine. Next, add your flour and milk slowly, stirring in between, until you have a smooth batter.

5. Take half your strawberries, rinse and chop into quarters or smaller if they’re large strawberries. Add these to your mixture, folding through gently.

6. Transfer your cupcake batter to your Cupcake Liners and bake for 10-15 minutes, or until cupcakes are golden and a cake tester comes out clean.

7. Let your cupcakes cool, then ice with your delicious Lemon Cream Cheese Icing (recipe below)!

8. Take the other half of your strawberries, rinse and slice into halves or quarters, again depending on how big your strawberries are. Add one to the top of each of your cupcakes and finish with your Confetti Cupcake Flags. Enjoy!


• 1 Tbsp butter
• 100g cream cheese
• 3 Tbsp icing sugar
• Juice and grated rind of 1 lemon (just enough to make the icing spreadable)


1. Mix cream cheese and butter until creamy.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients and beat until smooth. Add just enough lemon juice to create a spreadable icing.

3. Spread over cupcakes and add your strawberries. Pop in your Confetti Cupcake Flags and enjoy!

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Midsommar Traditions

Midsommar Traditions

In Sweden the winters are so dark, that when summer rolls around, it’s time for celebration. In the south of Sweden, during the height of summer, the sun only sets for an hour or two, while in the north of Sweden, the sun never sleeps.

Midsommar (Midsummer) is a much-loved tradition celebrated all over Sweden and falls on the Friday between 19-25 June.

Here’s a glimpse into what Midsommar entails…


What’s a celebration with delicious food and drinks to accompany it? Traditionally, a Midsommar smörgåsbord includes pickled herring, boiled potatoes, meat and other delicious extras, all accompanied with schnapps. To finish Swedes enjoy the first strawberries of the season with fresh cream. We’ve put together a new update on Jordgubbstårta (Swedish Strawberry Cake) – find our recipe for Strawberry Cupcakes here.


The maypole is a long standing tradition. Children dance around the maypole wearing handmade wreaths of flowers, while friends and family look on.


There’s a sweet Midsommar myth that says if a girl picks seven different flowers on her way home from the night’s festivities and places them under her pillow, that night when she drifts asleep, she will dream of her future spouse…

Celebrate Midsommar and don’t be afraid to create your own traditions. Get started and find the recipe for Strawberry Cupcakes here.