This is a new feature I'm starting where I find a gorgeous party on our site done on a tight budget, and I ask the Catch My Party member how she pulled it off.
Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
I love July 4th. I don't know why because in Los Angeles it is always cloudy at the beach. But take a look at these gorgeous July 4th parties people have added to our site. If you are in the need of ideas, here are some great ones! (Click on the photo or link to see the whole party.)
Norene's 4th of July Party
Do you need free printables for your 4th of July BBQ? Well, we've got a full assortment for you! (Below are sample images. Click on the link or image to see the full collection.)
Our "Red White & Blue" Collection, designed by Brady from 9 to 5 Mom, includes invitations, party circles, tented cards, drink straw flags, favor tags, sparkler holders with directions (cool, right?!), matchbox covers, and my favorite part… a “Let Freedom Ring” banner.
We have been seeing some fantastic Lego parties here at our Catch My Party. Because Legos create infinite possibilities, so do these parties. Plus this is a theme that works great for boys of all ages.
I'm featuring some of my favorite elements from these parties. Click on the link or party photo to see the party the photos came from.
Mikie M created this amazing Star Wars Party for her son’s 6th birthday. She made a ton of the decorations herself.
Last week I posted the tutorial she put together for her cute R2D2 cups. This week I'm posting the tutorial she made on how to create these cool lightsaber napkin wraps (including the file for the lightsaber handles). Thank you, Mikie!
Are you throwing a July 4th BBQ? Then you'll want these adorable free "fireworks" July 4th BBQ printables from my friends Noelle and Kerry of Sweet Craft Cakes.
The collection includes: party circles, an invitations, water bottle labels, tented cards, and a fun "Celebrate" banner.
Mikie M created this amazing Star Wars Party for her son's 6th birthday. She made a ton of the decorations herself for the party including these R2D2 cups. That's right, she designed the labels herself and stuck them on.
Well, people have been contacting her about how she made them, so she generously put together this tutorial and even gave us the labels for you to download. Seriously, Mikie, how generous, thank you!
I've been wanting to know how to make an actual wooden photo booth for a while now, so when I saw that Jeannette from J. at Your Service created a tutorial on how she made hers for her adorable Nate's 2nd Birthday Lil' Monsters Party, I knew this was something I wanted to share.
Take it away, Jeannette...