I’m sure you’ll agree that this Little Red Car birthday party from Imprintables blog, is just the cutest! The color combination of red and aqua is always beautiful, and the subtle details are perfect for a first birthday party. See more photos here.
I was recently asked to do a Sweets Table on short notice (like 3 days!) for an after-school birthday party. With an autumn color palette of red and chocolate brown, here’s how it turned out. Details: I printed the labels provided(free) by Creature Comforts. I found the backdrop fabric at Walmart(it’s actually a fabric shower curtain)…. Read More
I wanted to share this beautiful tabletop from Brides.com because I love how it looks incredibly glamorous at first glance, but when you break it down, it’s really quite casual and easy to put together. Simply top the table cloth with a lace runner(you may have from your grandmother). Use a mixture of candle sticks,… Read More
I tell you, this has been “the-summer-that-never-ends” for me. We STILL have a week to go before school starts!! So I’m in the mood for an easy-going backyard picnic to finish the summer off stress-free. The traditional Labor Day colors of red, white, and blue work perfectly for this casual picnic party with bandanas, checks,… Read More
Welcome Aboard, Mate! Sail with me to this Sip and “Sea” shower I hosted for a friend who just had her second baby. The theme was Nautical to reflect the nursery and there are lots of details to “sea” so keep reading for more. All the glass plates had a different nautical map underneath. The favors were… Read More
Here is a gorgeous wedding reception from Martha Stewart, that makes a very elegant statement with very natural materials. There are lots of ideas here that could be incorporated into any type of gathering. A seperate kids table is covered with paper and pencils are provided so the kids can draw right on the table… Read More
This weekend is the unofficial start to summer!! I decided to put together this outdoor party setting for any Memorial Day parties or 4th of July. And, of course, it is done on a budget! (see our slide show featured in the Richmond Times Dispatch here) I spent about $7 at Michaels on paper, twine, a decorative… Read More