Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
I saw these printables Brady from 9 to 5 Mom created, and I thought now I need to host a Cinco de Mayo party! They are so festive and fabulous, I have no excuse. Thank you, Brady!
The collection includes: a 5x7 invitation, party circles, drink flags, water/beer bottle labels, and a "Cinco de Mayo" banner.
When I was browsing through the photos of Leslie I's Toy Story 4th Birthday I saw this cool rocket ship pizza tray she made. I posted about it on Facebook, and a couple of people commented that they'd love to see a tutorial. Well, here it is! Thank you, Leslie, for putting this together!
My original inspiration for the rocket ship tray was the whole idea of recreating Pizza Planet and Buzz Lightyear's space ship. Over Christmas, I'd seen Bird Craft's tutorial for her DIY cupcake stand, and used a similar method for the centers of the rocket ship.
Are you planning to have a party to watch the Royal Wedding on April 29th? Well, here are some FREE printables designed by Catherine of Design Editor to make your party even more regal and fun.
This collection includes:
Just like the FREE sophisticated and feminine party printables we posted last week, here's the male version. These printables would work great for a birthday, boy baby shower, mustache bash, or any other kind of "manly" event you can think of!
This gorgeous collection, designed by Kirsten of Embellish includes: invitations, party circles, tented cards, party tags, cupcake wrappers, favor tags, drink flags, water bottle labels, a "let's party" banner, and a "party this way" sign.
I've seen ribbon topiaries on our main site quite a bit and have always wondered how to make one. Well, thanks to Lisa and this tutorial, I now know. Thank you, Lisa!
Brady C from 9 to 5 Mom contacted me with these adorable FREE Easter party circles and asked us if we'd like to give them away. How sweet! Thank you, Brady, for thinking of us and our readers.
When I saw these stunning sequin Easter eggs Norene C made for her Easter Brunch for 14, I had to know how she made them.
It turns out they're quite simple. Here's a tutorial Norene put together for us. Thank you, Norene!
This "paper fan" collection is designed by the talented Kirsten of Embellish. We wanted these printables to be generic enough to work for any party, but to have a sophisticated and feminine feel.