Princess parties will seem so passé after you see the fit-for-royalty Snow White affair thrown by South Carolina-based event designers Anders Ruff . "Poisonous" candy apples, fairy-tale bluebird cookies, candy-gem-embellished cupcakes, a white ruffle cake, and make-your-own bejeweled mirrors are just a few of the elements that make this party fairy-tale perfection. Keep reading to see the lucky birthday girl Grayce and her guests — wearing custom Snow White, Cinderella, and Belle dresses by Made by Morgan  — and all the fantastical details. Then head to Anders Ruff's Etsy shop  to get the printables to throw your own Snow White party!
Source: Becca Bond for Anders Ruff 
The dessert table featured a "happy birthday" pennant banner with fairy-tale bluebirds and red rope cording, while a Snow White silhouette  on a gold mirror made a theme-perfect backdrop. Desserts included a ruffle cake, "poisonous" apples from Pretzels Pleaze , French macarons, and raspberry mousse ladyfingers.
The birthday girl, wearing a Snow White-inspired red ribbon headband and party details, including poisonous apples from Pretzels Pleaze  and gold bon bons, embellished with Grayce’s monogram.
Invitation and Guest of Honor's Seat
"Our printable invitation  was designed to resemble a page from a fairy tale book, with customizations about the birthday girl. Beginning with 'Once upon a time,' and ending with 'Will you live happily ever after?' (as the RSVP), the invitation sets the tone," says Maureen of Anders Ruff.
Cake and Sweets
The ruffle cake was created by Got What It Cakes , while the ladies of Anders Ruff made the yellow French macarons with party flags .
More macarons and an antique silver tea pot filled with red holly berries and bluebird cookies from Cookie XChange .
Antique silver serving pieces were filled with "poisonous" apple juice and candies from Oh Nuts . Inexpensive circle frames from Michaels were sprayed with vintage gold paint and used as place card holders.
The Happy Guests
Belle, Cinderella, and Snow White hold poisonous apple cupcakes from Cuprazed Cakery , topped with a pretzel stick and printable  patterned red leaf.
The Royal Table
Vintage gold crowns from Queen Bee Designs  were rested on the plates for the children.
Cream puffs and macarons were part of the royal pastry display.
Cookies, Cakes, and Potion
Cookie XChange  also made cookies to look like gold mirror frames with the graphic initial G for Grayce. Other cute details: cupcakes in vintage silver cups stuffed with pale yellow tulle and crystal glassware filled with blue juice and labeled "fairy tale potion."
Lips Red as a Rose
"The side table held favors and cosmetics for the girls to play with. Red lipstick, which is usually a no-no for 7-year-olds, was allowed at this Snow White bash. How could we have a Snow White character without red lipstick?" says Maureen of Anders Ruff.
The girls decorated their own gold handheld mirrors with jewels.