Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
The minute I saw this photo I knew it would be Party Photo of the Week. It comes from Peggy F's Barbie Makeup Party - 5th Bday.
I think the box is such a clever detail and so great for photo ops! Who wouldn't want to be a life-size Barbie? :)
Tara from Shindig Diva creates "party boxes" filled with everything you need to throw a party, and I mean everything (including instructions on how to set it up in less than 20 minutes)! No hassles, no worries, just pure party fun! She's offered to give away an Easter Treat Table party box worth $85 to one of our lucky readers. Take a look at all that you get...
So here's what is in the Easter Treat Table party box:
I saw these darling homemade party hats on Robyn B's Peyton's Sweet Shoppe Party and had to know how she made them.
Robyn graciously put together this tutorial for us. So a big thank you to you, Robyn!
I saw this pom pom backdrop Sarah Y of Sheek Shindigs made for her Hello Kitty Inspired Birthday Party and I loved it!! What a fuffy, colorful way to make a statement! I asked Sarah if she would put together a tutorial and she so graciously said yes. Thank you, Sarah!
Pom pom backdrops are super easy, very inexpensive, and so versatile. These can be used as a backdrop for a dessert table, art on the wall to add to your parties decor, or as a "photo booth" backdrop.
This week's party photo comes from Frog Prince Paperie's Goldilocks and the Three Bears party. How amazing is this Goldilocks "bed" table! I've never seen anything quite like it.
When I saw these letter garlands Chelsea A made for her Modern Meets Vintage Baby Fete, I nearly flipped. I've seen many garlands before but never anything like this, and how sweet that the letters spell out lullabies.
Yes, it's true. We have another gorgeous set of Easter printables to give away. This "polka dot" set is designed by Karen & Allison from Peace Love Cupcakes. They are so sweet I want to eat them right up!
This collection includes: party circles, tented cards, and a "Happy Easter" banner.
Here is my daughter with her fairy princess hat. She debated wearing a mermaid costume, but ultimately fell in love with this dress. The face paint was of her own design. Every Friday, the children at my daughter's preschool are able to paint their own faces, hence the face painting you'll see on the other little guests.