Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
Today we are sharing an inexpensive Peppermint Centerpiece DIY from Nancy at A to Zebra Celebrations! Take it away, Nancy...
Hello friends! My name is Nancy and I'm excited to be here sharing my very first tutorial and it’s a super easy one! Christmas is my favorite time of the year.
Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs are here with a beautiful fall monogram wreath DIY. It's such a beautiful way to decorate for Thanksgiving.
We just love everything about fall; the crisp air, the changing leaves and of course, all the fabulous seasonal decor! And what better way to greet the season and your guests than with a new, stylish fall wreath!
Cardboard letters are a super popular DIY trend on our site. The best part of using letters is you can spell anything you like, and it's a great way to personalize your party.
Below are 10 ways to decorate your party with cardboard letters by using glitter, paint, sequins and more!
Our wonderfully creative blog contributors, Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs, are sharing a gorgeously chic mason jar vase tutorial with us today!
Nothing sets the ambiance of an event or brightens a room like fresh flowers in a stylish vase! Mason jars are a fun and easy option for centerpieces, ranging from a chic way to liven up your home, to setting the scene at a wedding. This quick, easy and trendy take on your basic mason jar is a fun way to add a little style to your home or next event!
Target has a new line of products for the home called Threshold. And to try them out, they gave me a gift certificate for a hundred dollars. Woo hoo! How awesome! But not so fast...
There was one problem with this deal. I went to Target, found a bunch of cool Threshold stuff, and ended up spending more... a lot more out of my own pocket. I couldn't get over the styles, the quality, and definitely the price!
Happy Holidays to you all out there. Getting ready for Thanksgiving I assume? This Party Gal celebrated early this year with our BFF’s who came into town (during our power outage from Sandy, no less).