Posts in the ‘Party Themes’ Category
When I see a new trend showing up on our site, I love to share it.
That's why I've rounded up these beautiful bohemian tribal parties. They have lots of Native American touches like teepees, arrows, dream catchers, and feathers, but to give them a more ethereal feel, the color palette is usually pastel, and there are lots of soft details, like fabric and ribbons.
My dad just turned 80 and we had a big party to celebrate in NJ (which is why I'm writing this from my plane heading home). It was a beautiful party and my dad is in great shape for his age, but I still can't believe he's not the young guy I remember from my childhood wearing tennis clothes, driving a Datsun, and sporting a big a mustache. Time has gone so fast.
This is why I believe so strongly in milestones and celebrations, even little one. It's a way to stop and enjoy the people you love, before life moves on.
When I first saw these easy graduation cap treats in a party photo added to our site, I thought they were the cleverest thing ever! I did a little research and found out that it was the amazing Bakerella who came up with the idea first.
They are super simple to make, and would look great on any graduation dessert table!
I made these graduation diploma treats in five minutes using Hostess Ho Hos and Twizzlers Pull'n'Peel candy. They would look adorable on a graduation party dessert table with our free graduation party printables.
Check out my graduation diploma treats video here!
My husband and I were recently sharing favorite food memories, and he told a story of how when he was little, and had dinner at his grandmother's house, he'd get to go into her refrigerator, pull out the chocolate syrup, and pour it all over his vanilla ice cream all by himself. He was so proud of himself and the ice cream tasted so good.
He said a lot of times it got super messy, but his grandma didn't mind. Aren't grandmas great?
Do you have Star Wars fans in your house? I do. Both my husband and daughter are crazy about Star Wars and are anxiously awaiting Star Wars: Episode VII.
I created a fun Star Wars dessert table, which I'll be sharing in a future post (with free printables), but in this post I wanted to share how to make a Stormtrooper marshmallow. This is much easier to do than it looks.