This week's party photo comes from Katelyn B's Superhero Party.
Brady C from 9 to 5 Mom contacted me with these adorable FREE Easter party circles and asked us if we'd like to give them away. How sweet! Thank you, Brady, for thinking of us and our readers.
When I saw these stunning sequin Easter eggs Norene C made for her Easter Brunch for 14, I had to know how she made them.
It turns out they're quite simple. Here's a tutorial Norene put together for us. Thank you, Norene!
This "paper fan" collection is designed by the talented Kirsten of Embellish. We wanted these printables to be generic enough to work for any party, but to have a sophisticated and feminine feel.
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 ran across a post on Twitter from Betsy at Belly Feathers Party Blog, where she was using our Thanksgiving printables for her Oscar party.
This got me thinking... What other printables do we have that could be used for other parties? So I went looking through our catalog, and pulled these basic ones out.