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Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party

Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School PartyCelebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party

There is just something so exciting about the end of the school year. Everything is wrapping up. There are tons of parties and events. There is just a general feeling in the air that summer is beginning and it's time to let loose. This year we went all out with a fun little mini tea party although I would like to note that since we are Southerners, we like our tea iced and sweet which explains why there are no teacups. We made our favorite mini foods and of course, Edwards Pies were the star of the show. Want to know why we love and always choose EDWARDS desserts

Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School PartyWhy EDWARDS Desserts?

We tried the new EDWARDS® Signatures Chocolate Whipped Cheesecake and the EDWARDS® Signatures Berry Whipped Cheesecake. The absolutely delicious chocolate cheesecake has both whipped layers of chocolate cheesecake and regular cheesecake on top of a decadent cookie crumb crust that is freshly baked with sweet chocolate chunks. The amazing berry whipped cheesecake features ribbons of raspberry and blackberry swirl on top that same decadent freshly-baked cookie crumb crust.

What I especially love about Edwards is that even though they are frozen, you can indulge in a slice right now from your freezer. Cut the pie with a warm, wet knife and then let your slice thaw for about 45-60 minutes in the refrigerator. If you are like me and can't wait, eat it frozen. My kids and I love to eat it this way. 

You can also thaw the entire pie to serve later by taking it out of the carton (keep that plastic dome on) and then let it thaw for 2-2.5 hours in your refrigerator. You can leave in there for up to 3 days. 

Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School Party Celebrating Little Victories with a DIY End of School PartyDIY End of School Mini Party

The steps to create our simple end of school party were easy and not at all time consuming. We buy little foods because they are easy to snack on and it makes our party feel more like a tea party. My kids and I love little sandwiches, etc so it makes it so much more fun because it looks like an actual tea party. 

The main point of our celebration is to enforce that events like the end of school, getting a good grade on a test, a girls night in, a last minute birthday surprise and so much are worth celebrating. There is nothing like a little pie to make everything better. My family loves pie that much. 

Not only is Edwards our favorite go-to dessert pretty much anytime we plan an event, they are also always available at my favorite grocery stores. This makes it much easier for Edward's to be the star of all our entertainment occasions. Simply remember the next time that you head to the grocery store looking for a dessert…This Calls For Edwards!

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Visit EdwardsDesserts.com to find your next sweet favorite and plan your next victory celebration. 

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  1. I love this so much! That all looks so good. Sure, this would make a great end of school party, but I feel like I need this on a Monday just to get the week off on the right foot.

  2. Oooh I want to come to your end-of-the-school-year party! My sister and I were known for our end-of-year pool party when we were in school. The only reason I don’t do a party is because my son’s birthday is the first weekend after school in out so we have his birthday party then.

  3. I do love cheesecae, and any reason is an opportunity to have some, I love the idea of your end of school party what better way to celebrate

  4. What a lovely idea! Think I will do the same for my daughter this year. The cheesecake looks super yummy!

  5. I’ve never heard of this brand, the pie looks delicious….Edward Signatures…I will try to find it.

  6. This made me crave cake, and I just had some with my breakfast! I’ve not heard of this brand before,

  7. What a great way to spend an end of school party! I’m sure the cheesecake will be a good hit! My nephew will be graduating soon and I’m thinking of throwing a party!

  8. Wow! This looks delicious and it’s wonderful since it’s straight from the box. How I wish this is available locally. Would love to hoard this. 🙂

  9. Tammy

    Oh my word this looks so delicious! What a lovely treat to come home to…I haven’t had and Edwards pie in ages but this one sounds fabulous and perfect on a hot summer day. Love this idea for celebrating the end of the school year 🙂

  10. This looks so delicious and yummy! That’s an awesome idea.

  11. I’ve always loved those pies! What a great summer treat, especially when served chilled.

  12. Wow, that looks so delicious. I’d love this since I love Edwards pies so much. I can’t make this for the next movie night we have. Thanks for sharing!

  13. I like this tastefully done celebration table! So many things that make it a memorable experience. And food is one of them.

  14. Can’t wait to try this! Your photos are so beautiful.

  15. rosey

    Edwards has the best frozen pies. I get the single serving ones for myself since I’m the only one left in the house who likes pie. crazy of them, I know.

  16. Melissa Cushing

    Their desserts and pies are so delicious! I am heading out to day to grab one for me and my family to enjoy after dinner 😉 Everything looks beautiful the way that you plated and set up the table. Thank you for sharing!

  17. wow, that looks delicious. I would like to try it soon.

  18. We are planning a couple of parties at home this summer and I have been thinking about doing a similar DIY party with no outside catering. Will look out for EDWARDS® Cheesecake as it looks so delicious!

  19. What a great idea for a celebration! That pie sounds perfect, as it’s no fuss.

  20. Lily

    I haven’t had a Edwards pie in years! I need to run to the store and get some!

  21. Maggie Unzueta

    How yummy and fun! I’m sure everyone loved it. I know I would have.

  22. That dessert looks so yummy. My family will love this.

  23. That berry whipped cheese cake looks so good! What a cute little party to launch summer break!

  24. Richelle Milar

    Such a really great and awesome idea for celebration! Thanks for sharing this with us! 

  25. Rose Ann Sales

    Wow! That looks absolutely delicious and tasty! I’m sure my family would love this! 


    I love the end-of-year party spread, loads of great food. The dessert looks delicious. I need to get one for my kids next time we have friends over.

  27. Looks like a fun party I want to go to!! We used to have a family member who worked for Edwards. Lets just say there was a lot of taste testing going on.

  28. I love to celebrate little victories too. Doing that with a pie sounds like my kind of celebration.

  29. Catalina

    We always celebrate the end of the school year! We love to celebrate this occasion and thank you for these sugestions!

  30. These all look so yummy and it is fun to celebrate the end of a wonderful school year. thanks for sharing these suggestions.

  31. Alita Pacio

    I love celebrations like this. When I was a student it was something I look forward to at the end of a school year and it always motivated me to get good scores on tests.

  32. briannemanzb

    It’s always good to celebrate the start or end of the school year. I would bake this cake too next time. It looks so delish.

  33. Melissa Cushing

    What a fun birthday bash idea! I love these desserts and I have some oil my freezer right now!

  34. Thank you for this delightful guide on throwing a DIY end-of-school party! Your creative ideas and practical tips make it easy to celebrate these special milestones in a fun and memorable way.

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