I love how Suzanna of Mon Tresor designed this shabby chic ice cream parlor style party for her son. The ribbon backdrop and the blue with brown color scheme make this a real eye-catcher. See lots of details below or read more on her blog.
When Ivona of Sugarsticks Parties sent over these pics from a recent photo shoot she styled, I was immediately smitten! The scene is elegant yet relaxed and includes many lovely details. The shabby chic/vintage style was inspired by the product being highlighted, Swanky Baby Vintage children’s clothing boutique. Could those outfits be any cuter?! Here’s […]
I’m so excited that Nina of Nina Designs sent over this party, for a couple of reasons. First of all it brings in more of a ‘Fall Harvest’ style to the Halloween table, which hasn’t been seen much this season. Secondly, she incorporated many festive details that you could certainly do yourself between now and this Halloween weekend. The […]
Katie Cassidy is a fabulous photographer who recently hosted her son’s birthday party with a Halloween treats table. When she shared the link with me I knew this would be a great party to share and inspire. With some DIY spooky treats and sleek, modern decor, you could easily replicate this on a budget and in […]
This blog is for inspiring you to create your most fabulous parties and celebrations at home. Now you can do that with an even bigger purpose thanks to Operation Give Thanks, and 5 wonderfully talented designers/bloggers. “Operation Give Thanks is a nation-wide fundraising campaign to help Operation Shower continue our mission to throw amazing baby […]
Here are the photos from the Operation Shower event I worked on a couple of weeks ago in D.C. The theme was clever and cool (as is everything Amy comes up with), “A Star Is Born” complete with red carpet, velvet rope, and movie premier signs. Operation Shower joined forces with the March of Dimes […]
To finish up our week of Autumn Entertaining inspiration, I wanted to share some unique and unexpected hanging decor that you can DIY, and use either inside or out. I think the projects below are pretty self explanatory, using twine, a branch from the yard(or grapevine wreath), and various items to tie on: leaves, large nuts, […]