Posts Tagged ‘Shabby Chic’
Check out my four favorite parties added to our site this week, including a Paris bridal shower held in a beautiful garden, a gorgeous vintage Winnie the Pooh gender reveal baby shower, an elegant champagne birthday brunch and a cute second birthday party with a puppy and kitty theme.
I chose 3 elegant parties, because I was kind of in an elegant mood this week (in my sweatpants), and one adorable 2nd birthday with cute dogs and cats to add a little whimsy. Take a look and see what you think.
Since we see so much on our site in the world of parties, once a month I'm going to highlight a popular trend in party styling we're witnessing. This month, it's fabric garlands. They are everywhere!
What's great about fabric garlands is they're simple to make -- they're just strips of fabric tied to a long ribbon.
Shauna Krantz, our new contributor, and the brains behind the beautiful Ella and Annie Magazine, is here with a great shabby chic ruffled wreath DIY for fall. Take it away, Shauna...
I am so excited to have created this ruffled wreath tutorial for Catch My Party! The original inspiration came from the AO at Home blog. Beautiful tutorial, however, I like a few more step-by-step details when I’m following a tutorial, so I thought I would create my own for you!
Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs are here with a tutorial to make beautiful glitter clothespin place card holders and I love how they attached them to champagne glasses. Brilliant!
Place card holders are an essential decor piece at any formal event, from weddings to bridal showers, even baby showers these days! These simple and chic glitter place card holders are a unique alternative to your basic frame-style place card holder.
Our super chic blog contributors, Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs, are sharing an easy table runner made out of craft paper, perfect for a colorful summer party or baby shower!
Here are my favorite parties for the week...
Check out this amazing superhero boy birthday party, the children gather for a spring cookie decorating party, an adorable, classic sock monkey party for a first birthday, and a lovely shabby chic party where the girls get to dress up in gorgeous dresses.