Posts in the ‘Party Themes’ Category
We are giving away 5 collections of FREE Easter printables. Take a look, there's bound to be something you like! (Click on the link or image to see the full sets.)
“Storybook” Easter Printables -- Collection includes: party circles, an Easter egg hunt sign, invitations, favor tags, tented cards, water bottle labels, and a “Hoppy Easter” banner. Designed by Kirsten from Embellish.
"Baby Chick" Easter Printables - This collection includes: party circles, invitations, food labels, favor tags, water bottle labels, and a “Happy Easter” banner. Designed by Autumn from Autumn Leah Designs.
"Sweet Bunny" Easter Printables - This collection includes: small party circles, large party circles, invitations, favor tags, drink flags, tented cards, party labels, and water bottle labels. Designed by Emily from Magnolia Creative Co.
"Little Egg" Easter Printables - This collection includes: small party circles, large party circles, invitations, favor tags, tented cards, and a “Happy Easter” banner. Designed by Fara from Little Things Creations.
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:
- A PARTY INVITATION: Get the gang together with this simple invite. The area for the party details is editable or you can write-in the details by hand. Fits in an A2 size envelope (4 3/8" x 5 3/4").
- ROYAL PENNANTS: Blue and red 4.25" tall pennants can be strung on a ribbon as a banner or use individually as flags. Files include templates for easy trimming.
- PARTY SQUARES: Festive 2" squares can be used as envelope seals, treat toppers, gift tags, stickers, and more.
- UNION JACK WRAPS: Dress up your drinks! One inch tall strips wrap around cups, stems of glassware or straws. Pop on skewers to make mini-flags or food picks.
- QUEEN'S CROWN: Add ribbon around the back to wear or use in your decor. Kids will love these!
- COORDINATING PAPERS: Three full size papers in the blue and red crown patterns and the Union Jack flag. Wrap around favor boxes, line serving trays or dishes, make napkin rings, wrap bottles, matte a photograph of the royal couple...have fun with it!
If you are planning one, or even if you're not, you will be blown away by the incredibly creative ideas here. (Click on the photos or the party name to see more of each party...)
Tabitha B's Wonderland Birthday
Kelli B's Ariel in Wonderland
Faride T's Maya's Tea Party!!
Rozanna F's Alexis' Unbirthday Tea Party
Rashae T's A Very Merry 1st Un-Birthday Party
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I'm loving the trend of Mad Scientist parties. They work for a boy or a girl, the experiments are cool (plus they're a built-in party activity), and they celebrate the geek in all of us. Check out these party photos from our main site...
Shelley K's Mad Scientist Birthday Party Experiments:
- Soda explosions using Mentos we called volcano eruptions
- Invisible ink using lemon juice and a blow dryer or candle flame
- Instant snow
- We also used film canisters and made the tops blow off and called them rocket canisters
Christine K's Caitlyn's Mad Science Birthday Party Experiments:
- Blow up balloons with baking soda and vinegar
- Instant snow
- Creating a vortex using 2 plastic soda bottles connected with a tornado tube
- Diet Coke and Mentos geysers
- We hired a "Mad Scientist" but I recommend just getting Steve Spangler's Ultimate Science Party kit or buying the experiments individually and doing them yourself
Judy S's Mad Science Birthday Experiments:
- Bubbling potions with beakers and flasks
- Dry ice to see how different metals reacted with it
- The kids got to take home a pet tornado which they thought was super cool!
Katie K's Mad Science 10th Birthday Blast Experiments:
- Instant snow
- Color changing milk
- Lava lamps
- Elephant toothpaste
- Also had a microscope with different slides of cool stuff for the kids to look at, a tornado tube, science books, and beakers with dry ice
If you throw a Mad Science party, we'd love to show it off, so please add it to our main site!
Who doesn't love the book, A Very Hungry Caterpillar? Well it shows in these incredible Very Hungry Caterpillar parties we've seen on our main site. Here are some of my favorite details from each party...
Corey V's Brooklyn's Very Hungry Caterpillar Party
Katie P's Lucas Turns 1 Party
Heather T's Very Hungry Caterpillar Party
Brittany S's Grant's Very Hungry Caterpillar Party
The Party Wall's Very Special 1st Birthday
If your son is in love with Super Mario Bros check out these inspiring parties from our main site. There are so many great ideas. Here are the details I'm loving...
Rachael L's Mario Kart Wii Birthday
Brittany S's Super Mario Party
Tiffany B's Matthews Super Mario Party
Kelly R's Tyler's Super 6 Mario Bros Party
Angelina P's Frank and Sissy's Birthday Bash
How cool are these cardboard playhouses from Way Basics, and how great would they look at a your kid's next party?
Throwing a tea party, add a play cottage...
Throwing a princess party? How about this castle and carriage...
What fun! Sure you could make your own out of an old refrigerator box, but if you don't have the time or inclination, $35 a playhouse seems worth it to me.