Posts in the ‘Invitations’ Category
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.
Lisa M's Lego Build a Birthday
Mikie M's Lego 5th Birthday
Stephanie S's Lego Party
Malu Boutique's Albert's 7th Birthday
Shelley K's Lego Star Wars Birthday Party
Melissa M's Lego Party
Skye H's JT's 10th Birthday Party
I love creative invitations. I believe the invitation sets the stage for the whole party, just like a movie poster does for a movie.
Here are some of my favorite boy invitations from our main site. (To see the whole party, click on the invitation or the link.)
Claire B's 6th Birthday
Shea F's Monster Truck 5th Birthday Party
Mikie M's Star Wars 6th Birthday Party
Carrie L's Football Birthday Party
Serendipity's A Trip to Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory
Yvette S's Gabriel's Super Hero 4th Birthday Party
Christina A's Jayden's 1st Birthday
Christy F's Chase's 3rd Airplane Party
Serendipity's Harry Potter - School of Witchcraft & Wizardry
How cool and creative are these invitations. Stay tuned for my favorite girl invitation post coming soon...
We have another great giveaway for you! Laura from And Everything Nice, a site specializing in photo cards of every kind -- birth announcements, holiday cards, invitations, favors, thank you cards, and more -- is offering one of our lucky readers a $50 gift certificate.
Here are just a couple examples of their adorable cards...
To enter, all you need to do is head over to And Everything Nice and “like” them on Facebook. Then head back to this post and leave a comment saying you did it. It’s that easy!
Thank you Laura and And Everything Nice for this giveaway!
We’ll pick the winner at random on Thursday, June 16th at 10:00 (PST). Any entries after that won’t be considered, sorry. We will use random.org to generate our winner and will notify you by email. Shipping is free in the continental US. International winners need to pay shipping.
Can you believe the school year is almost over? For those of you throwing graduation parties, we have got you covered.
This free black and red “Class of 2011” party printables set was designed by Melody from Tea Party Designs. Great designs, Melody!
The collection includes: invitations, party circles, tented cards, favor tags, drink flags, water bottle labels, and a "Congratulations" banner.
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[caption id="attachment_15506" align="aligncenter" width="465"] Favor tags[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15512" align="aligncenter" width="465"] Drink flags[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15510" align="aligncenter" width="463"] Water bottle labels[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15507" align="aligncenter" width="465"] "Congratulations" banner[/caption]
Download the high resolution files for printing:
- Party circles
- Tented cards
- Favor tags
- Drink flags
- Water bottle labels
- "Congratulations" banner
If you use these for your graduation party, please send photos to jillian@catchmyparty, so I can show them off!
Let's say you're throwing your child a birthday and want some custom party printables to take your party to that next level, but think they're just too expensive. Well now you're in luck, because 3 lucky readers will win $50 custom party printable packages from Amy Mattes Designs.
Each package includes: a custom invitation, party circles/ cupcake toppers, flat thank you cards, mailing labels, goodie bag tags or stickers, and a birthday banner. It's everything you need to throw a put-together party!
Here are some of my favorite designs by Amy. But remember if you win, she will design anything for you (except commercial characters because those are licensed).
Pretty cool. So how do you enter? Well, first head over to Amy Mattes Designs and “like” them on Facebook. Then head back to this post and leave a comment saying you did it. It’s that easy!
Thank you Amy Mattes Designs for this fabulous giveaway!
We’ll pick the winner at random on Friday, May 13th at 10:00 (PST). Any entries after that won’t be considered, sorry. We will use random.org to generate our winner and will notify you by email.
Today is my big TV debut! I'm going to be on KTLA, a local TV station in LA, to discuss ideas for throwing a royal wedding viewing party. I'm on their morning show and my segment should air around 8:45am.
In case you don't live in LA or miss the broadcast, I thought I'd share with you the ideas I'm presenting today! (Catherine from Design Editor helped with these ideas, so thank you, Catherine.)
- The queen is hosting a breakfast for the royal couple, so how about you do the same? And since many of you might be hosting your parties at 2:00am or DVRing the wedding and hosting them a little later in the morning, what's better than breakfast?
- I recommend serving everything buffet-style. This keeps your party focused around the TV and your guests can grab food when they like.
- For food, I like scones with British jellies and jams, a fritatta that you can make the night before and serve cold, English sausage ("bangers"), strawberries and clotted cream, an assortment of British cheeses (my favorite being Stilton), and some petite fours for those looking for something sweet.
- For tea, how about setting up a "tea bar" with different teas for tasting. If you're hosting your party in the early morning, what better way is there to keep your guests awake?
- Also, how about a signature champage cocktail? A simple one can be made with a touch of pomegranate juice and champagne. This will give you a pretty rose-colored drink and you can call it something fun like, “Kissed by a Prince.”
- Party printables, party printable, party printables!! Catherine from Design Editor designed a great collection of royal wedding printables that we've been giving away free on our blog.
- The collection includes an invitation. So how about writing something on it like: "Wear your favorite PJs or your most regal robe,” or "Don't forget your fancy hat,” and sending it to your friends.
- Drink flag labels can be used to decorate tea cups and champagne stems, or wrapped around napkins as napkin rings.
- Labels can be used on favor bags, as toppers glued to lollipop sticks stuck into scones or other desserts, or tied with ribbon to your tea pot or tea cups.
- The pennant flags can be strung together with ribbon to create a bunting banner to decorate your table.
- And finally, the collection includes a cut-out queen's crown. You can make a bunch of these and hand them out to your guests when they arrive, along with noise makers, confetti, and party poppers to really get them in the spirit.
- Also, British flags bring some regal-ness to your party. If you have one, use it.
- I’m a big believer in sending your guests home with a favor, and my favorite type of favor is an edible one.
- I recommend buying some cute favor bags, attaching one of our printable labels to them, then stuffing them with British candy bars, British shortbread cookies, and British Hobnob biscuits. You can find all these items at Cost Plus. They won't cost an arm and a leg and your guests will depart with a sweet British taste in their mouths.
And again, thank you, Catherine, for your fabulous printables and amazing party ideas.
Katelyn B's Superhero Party
Anders Ruff Custom Designs Vintage Super Hero Party
Yvette S's Gabriel's Super Hero 4th Birthday Party
Shelley K's Batman Party for a 4 Year Old
Lori L's Grant's 6th Birthday
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.
Download the high resolution files for printing here:
Thank you, Kirsten, for this stunning collection! To learn more about Kirsten and see her beautiful printables, please visit her Etsy shop, and her blog, Embellish. Also, check out the sophisticated and feminine party printables and the Easter printables Kirsten designed for Catch My Party!
If you use these for your party, please send photos to jillian@catchmyparty, so I can post them!!
I'm loving the trend of little red wagon 1st birthdays we've seen on our main site. They have such a sweet retro feel. If you're looking for a theme for your 1 year old boy, this could be it...
Katie W's Corbin's Little Red Wagon 1st Birthday
Melody F's Red Wagon First Birthday
Brittanie G's Little Red Wagon 1st Birthday
Gina F's Cooper's 1st Birthday
Well today's your lucky day because now you can throw one yourself!
Anders Ruff is giving one of our readers the entire Vintage Super Hero Party Package which includes party accessories, a printable invitation, and City Skyline (plus text customization with your child’s name).
The package is worth over $90 and all you have to do to enter is first head over to Anders Ruff's Facebook page and "like" them. Then head back to this post and leave a comment saying that you did just it. It's that easy!
Now take a look at all that you'll receive. It's quite amazing...
If you plan to throw one yourself, be sure to read how Maureen and her business partner, Adria, put this party together. They are such a creative duo and their ideas are amazing!
We’ll pick the winner at random on Friday, March 25th at 10:00 (PST). Any entries after that won’t be considered, sorry. We will use random.org to generate our winner and will notify you by email.