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My 4 Favorite Parties of the Week

Happy Mother's Day to all you mothers!! Here's a little eye candy for today... my favorite parties of the week!

Check out this fantastic staff appreciation party, a very clever Mr. Potato Head Pirate party, a Ninjago party with real ninjas, and a Mother's Day photo shoot that will make you say "wow"!


Clockwise from top left: Have a great day! Thanks for adding all your great parties to our site so I can show them off!!




FREE Dr. Seuss Party Printables from Wanessa Carolina Creations

Wanessa of Wanessa Carolina Creations designed this incredible collection of free Dr. Seuss party printables in celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday which is today!! Now you can invite some kids over, serve some tasty treats, and read some great books (my favorite being Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?).

Th collection includes: mini cupcake toppers, party flags, large party circles, drink labels, cupcake wrappers, blank tented cards, bookmarks, and 2 designs of fantastic patterned paper! Take a look...


Thank you, Wanessa for creating so much fun and excitement! To learn more about Wanessa and see more of her designs, please visit her blog, Facebook pageand Etsy shop.

DIY Tutorial From a Catch My Party Member - How to Make a Balloon Wreath

When I saw this balloon wreath Lisa G hung on her front door for her Seuss-y Party, I thought it was the perfect way to welcome her guests. I also wanted to know how she made it.

Lisa put together this simple tutorial on her blog Blissful Chaos, and let me repost it, so thank you, Lisa!

Lisa made this sweet balloon wreath for Landon's Dr. Seuss party using the same wreath and a lot of the same balloons from her Susan's baby shower. How great to find decorations that can be used over and over again!


  • LOTS of balloons for this wreath I used about 130 but the more you use the fuller the wreath will be
  • 18 inch straw wreath
  • 2 packs of greening pins (may need more depending on the number of balloons you use)

Leave the plastic on the straw wreath to prevent shedding. Take a balloon and twist the neck, inserting it into the middle of the greening pin.

Push the greening pin into the wreath and press in tight to prevent floppy balloons.

Continue all the way around the wreath until the entire wreath is covered!

There you have it!

Lisa wanted to add a little something extra to Landon's wreath so she used the "Welcome" sign and Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat symbol from the printable package she got on etsy from Dimple Prints.  How sweet!!

Thank you, Lisa, for this tutorial. I think balloon wreaths are so festive and fun!

Check out more of Lisa's Dr. Seuss party here and see all the other personal elements she added.

Also, take a look at her other beautiful parties on our site and her blog Blissful Chaos.


This week's photo comes from

Kate P's Dr Seuss/St. Patrick's Day First Birthday

The most amazing thing about this cake is that Kate made it herself for her daughter's first birthday.  Incredible!

Kate should definitely get herself on Food Network Challenge.

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