I wanted to pull together some of my favorite recipes from Catch My Party to help you plan your Memorial Day BBQs. These recipes are fast, easy, and definite crowd pleasers.
I've also included some free BBQ party printables at the end of the post so you can easily give your parties some style. Just print them out, grab your scissors, and start decorating! Check out the yummy recipes and free printables below (they're worth a look)...
Here's a fun way to keep everyone's wine glass straight at your next party. Using our chalkboard wine glass DIY you can just write your guests name on their glasses with chalk! This fun craft was created by Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine!
Looking for a great way to personalize your guests drinks without having to store tons of drink charms? Try using chalkboard paint!
Do you have a graduate in your family? Are you thinking of throwing a party? Then you'll have to check out our free gold graduation printables.
I wanted to give away a set that was universal in color and that would work at any type of graduation party. Plus, gold is so popular right now. It's my go-to color for party styling.
Happy May! It's cold here in Palo Alto, weird I know, especially with school getting out in two weeks. I'm in a heavy sweater as I write this.
My four favorite parties this week are awesome. They include a fun fireman birthday party with cute puppy party favors, an airshow themed party for a boy who loves planes, a super sweet strawberry girl birthday party, and a swashbuckling Jake and the Neverland Pirates party! Browse through these, they'll make you happy.
If you're looking for an end of school teacher gift, spring centerpiece, or something pretty on your windowsill, today we're share a flower pot and pinwheel DIY from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine. Just looking at these makes me happy! Take it away, Shauna...
Hand painted flower pots and paper pinwheels are a perfect way to decorate for spring! The best part is you can customize them any way you'd like.
My husband and I were recently sharing favorite food memories, and he told a story of how when he was little, and had dinner at his grandmother's house, he'd get to go into her refrigerator, pull out the chocolate syrup, and pour it all over his vanilla ice cream all by himself. He was so proud of himself and the ice cream tasted so good.
He said a lot of times it got super messy, but his grandma didn't mind. Aren't grandmas great?
Happy Mother's Day! I hope your day has been a great one.
On Mother's Day, I like to reflect on what it means to me to be a mother. To me, motherhood is the job I feel most connected to. While it's not always a "fun" job, it gives my life meaning and purpose in a way I couldn't have imagined. It makes me feel connected to mothers everywhere, and to the generations of mothers who came before me. I love it because it taps into my feelings of being human and... needed. What a job, to shepherd another little person through life. I feel honored to do it (even if I sometimes find it exhausting and humbling). So to all you mothers out there, I love being part of this tribe!
Do you have Star Wars fans in your house? I do. Both my husband and daughter are crazy about Star Wars and are anxiously awaiting Star Wars: Episode VII.
I created a fun Star Wars dessert table, which I'll be sharing in a future post (with free printables), but in this post I wanted to share how to make a Stormtrooper marshmallow. This is much easier to do than it looks.
Mother's Day is Sunday, coming quick. Here are some gorgeous last-minute printables Gemma Touchstone from I Love Party Style created and is letting us give away. Thanks, Gemma! I especially love the banner with all the letters in the alphabet so you can spell out anything you like!
This free printable Mother's Day collection includes an alphabet banner, table tents, thank you tags, menu, party rounds, and 2 signs.