Love is in the air… Why not chocolate as well?


Valentine’s Day is soon approaching and what better way to tell your sweetie “I love you” than with a dozen roses? But roses can get a bit predictable, no? So why not switch it up with a dozen chocolate roses? Your loved ones will surely never turn down chocolate! So find that special teacher that has helped your child all year long or that special person in your life that you couldn’t live without and let them know you thought of them – in the best way possible – with chocolate!



If chocolate isn’t your favorite, there’s something for everyone at Your Moments Created! We are also creating our delicious alfajores again and we couldn’t be happier! Placed in tiny, adorable boxes complete with a cute, little ribbon handle, each box holds two alfajores for just enough of a special treat!



So whatever your heart’s desire, e-mail us today if you’re in the Miami area and we’ll do our best to see what we can do to help make your Valentine’s Day, the unforgettable day it should be! (Food items are sold in person and not online.)

Happy Valentine’s Day!


Your Moments Created


It’s a jungle out there!


So one of our own little ones had his  first birthday coming up so here are some pics from a jungle-themed birthday party we put together for him. We created the chocolate lollipops you see in the pics as well as the decor.  The cake and cupcakes came from a local bakery who was kind enough to bake them for us. So if you’re in need of assistance for your next jungle-themed party, send us an e-mail at or and we will be happy to help you with anything within our reach. We even do party bags for the kiddos!


Be careful. It’s a jungle out there!



Your Moments Created

Lollipop, lollipop, oh lolli…

Happy new year, friends!

We hope the beginning of 2013 has started off well for all of you!

Our new year started off with a splash of color as we began by making sweet, delicious brownie pops covered in tons of sprinkles and tied with an adorable bow. What better way to start the new year than with something that would bring endless, tooth-filled smiles from little ones everywhere? They are perfect for anything from kids’ birthday parties to everyday lunches made spectacular! Can you imagine having your child’s birthday party at school and having each little one open up their goody bags to find these fun and tasty treats? Your child will surely be the star of the party!


These tasty pops are handmade into brownies and then hand-dipped into white chocolate as well as regular chocolate. We then dunk them into your choice of sprinkles to add that extra special touch that will make these little delights the perfect addition to your special event. Aside from being delicious, they are practical, too considering they can also double as food for your party!

What guest doesn’t want to take home something sweet to share with their loved ones? Guests will be sure to talk up a storm about these yummy pops and you don’t have to break the bank to get that extra shot of wow!

We can only sell these in person and locally, so if you’re in the Miami area and are looking for something like this, send us an e-mail at or and we at Your Moments Created will be happy to help you with anything within our reach.

Thanks so much and best wishes for an amazing 2013!

Your Moments Created

Holiday Sweets


This time of year, many look forward to spending time with family and friends and various little ones wait on the arrival of a special, big-hearted man happily dressed in a jolly red suit.

It’s a great time of year to create wonderful memories to last a lifetime and it’s also the perfect time to share some sweet treats! Mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, aunts and uncles and grown ups all around would love to receive a big red box filled with sweet treats!


So we went ahead and put together our alfajores surprise box! Inside are tasty cookies that taste sort of like shortbread cookies but are filled with yummy dulce leche and then hand-sprinkled with snow-like, delicious sugar. Not to overwhelm, each cookie is just slightly bigger than a quarter so it’s just enough to grab one or two for those with a sweet tooth and more than easy to grab a handful for those wanting to indulge!


We had so much fun making these cookies that we have continued to make them for office parties, family gatherings and as gifts for those who have just about everything! Nothing puts a smile on someone’s face than something baked straight from the heart.


This year, it’s great to think “out of the box” for that special someone, but then again it’s always great to find out what’s IN the box, as well!


Happy holidays, friends!

We wish you nothing but the best at

Your Moments Created

Sailor theme!

What’s more adorable than a newborn baby boy? Probably not much but having a sailor-theme baby shower for the upcoming arrival of that baby boy definitely doesn’t hurt! From boats to fish nets to life preservers, having a sailor theme baby shower can easily become a lot of fun and it doesn’t have to break the bank! Check out some of the items we at Your Moments Created did for one of our own personal parties!

Here are some additional ideas if you’re looking to do a sailor-theme party in general:

Quick Tips for a Sailor-Theme Party:

  • Use food coloring or water bubbles to tint water from clear to blue for centerpiece fillers.
  • Pick color themes around a holiday that will pass before your party so that you can buy items such as ribbon in those colors at discounted prices. Examples include red, white and blue (have party after 4th of July and buy some items at discounted prices at retail stores) or blue, yellow and brown (have party after Easter and you can get pastel-colored items at a lower cost).
  • For tablecloths you can use fishing nets which can be found also in the “tropical” or “tiki” section most places
  • For games you can buy plastic baby toy boats or other inexpensive items that can be used in the games (such as maybe a fishing game or the like) where you can later keep the items for the baby later on.
  • Don’t forget that incorporating a theme can also help you in terms of picking some interesting venues. For example, you could check out certain clubs that have clubhouses they rent out. They may already have some sailor-type decor if you pick carefully. Places that are not frequented as often during the off-season could help as well. Sea food restaurants, party boats, or places that are on the water are also nice options. If you’re planning a child’s birthday, check out local pools to see if they have any type of play area that has a ship. I believe Grapeland Water Park in Miami has something such as that. Places like the seaquarium are obviously always a big hit as well. Banquet halls do all the work for you but if you want to do more yourself or you have a few people willing to help you, you can also just do the gathering at someone’s house where they have a pool (or rent somewhere where there is already a pool or water area such as your local pools or places like Venetian Pool or Pinecrest Gardens. You can either use the pool as your main area of decor by throwing in fake fish or floating candles or even covering with a net and attaching shells and the like to it for emphasis or incorporate your pool as the play area so the kids have fun as well. You can buy inflatable life savers, plastic buckets and toy fish and throw them in as decor that will then double as entertainment for younger kids. Ask places if they have specials or discounts and sign up for their e-mail lists so you can be aware of any help price wise for which you may be eligible.
  • For a less expensive candy filler, try lifesavers candies, red Swedish fish, goldfish crackers, and the like.
  • For economical drinks, pass out bottled water with personalized wrappers and then fill a big bowl with blue punch and drop in some fake ice cubes that have fish in them so it looks like they are floating in the water.
  • For inexpensive finger food you can buy shrimp rounds at Walmart or a nearby grocery store and incorporate a seafood spread on specific crackers.  If you’re having kids, fish sticks is always a winner or have chicken nuggets in the shape of fish (I’ve seen these in the grocery store if you’re willing to make them or have someone make them).
  • If you’re looking out for those with a sweet tooth, you can buy mini powdered donuts and red icing and just draw red lines on each one to make it look like a life preserver. Have a tin bucket filled with blueberry jello containers for dessert to look like little water buckets.

Whatever the reason, you can always have alot of fun with a sailor theme party.

Best wishes and have fun!


Your Moments Created

A beautiful fall theme: pumpkins, scarecrows and chocolate. Oh my!

A beautiful fall theme: pumpkins, scarecrows and chocolate. Oh my!

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Your Moments Created – Your Opinion Please?

Hello there, friends!

We apologize that we’ve been away for a while. We have been working hard on some new things to ensure that we can offer our customers (that’s you!) the best products available and it just took us a little longer than planned! We are re-vamping our website (it’s not currently live yet) with new ideas and items and we’d like to get some feedback from you all to see if we are focusing in on the items and services that are right for you.

One new option we are considering is party planning cheat sheets. What are they? They are basically lists of what’s available out there on your particular theme. The lists would include hyperlinks to items currently available in various categories (example: favors, decorations, tableware, ideas for centerpieces, etc.) from other stores, vendors or online sites to fit your theme including the information as to where you can purchase the items listed, how much they cost, and anything else we feel you would find useful!

We have been listening to many of our customers say that it’s hard to find time to research what is available out there for their parties. You might ask yourself, “What favors are out there? What type of decorations can I afford? Where can I get them? How much will they cost?” These are just some of the questions that come up whether you’re planning your child’s next birthday party, helping plan your niece’s quinces, or your daughter’s upcoming wedding reception. No matter what type of event you’re hosting, long work hours, growing families and time constraints put alot of pressure on us all to try to find a few minutes to sit in front of the computer and figure out our options before the next task demands our attention. So we thought of offering a feature where you all could send us your theme and for a small fee (nothing too pricey), we could do the work for you but compiling a summary of what’s available out there.

Whether it’s an upcoming christening, a baby shower or an anniversary party, we can help.

Is this something in which you all would be interested?