This is a popular one, friends. You know why? Everyone loves rainbows and they’re a perfect, easy theme to base a birthday party on. Whether you use characters, like Rainbow Dash from My Little Ponies, or simply let the colors speak for themselves, you can have a FABULOUS party using the colors of the rainbow. We partnered up with Soiree Event Design a while back to provide candy for a.
Ok, so I know that this “Q” is kind of a stretch, but who cares, right? Lightning McQueen is an awesome party theme and I’ve already done a “Queen of Hearts” party theme post and, to be honest, there just aren’t very many party themed that begin with the letter Q. No one is throwing Don Quixote parties or Quantum Leap parties or Quicken Loans parties. If you have a.
With spring time and Easter knocking at our door, now is the season for lots of fun and festive pastel colored parties! Pastel themes are ideal for this time of year because we’re starting to see these same colors occur in nature right before our very eyes. New leaves budding on the trees, tulips and narcissus pushing up through the earth as the first flowers of spring, and of course.
Do you have a pre-schooler who is obsessed with the Octonauts? I mean, who’s pre-schooler isn’t obsessed with this clever little show? If you’re not familiar with it, it’s about eight adorable animals who explore the ocean searching for fun and adventure! (click here to learn more about the Octonauts) In the pre-school party circuit, the Octonauts provide an excellent twist to an underwater or under-the-sea themed birthday party by.
One of our most popular boards on Pinterest is our collection of party ideas for a Neon Glow-in-the-Dark party. It’s because we have pictures like this… and this … and this … and this … and almost 100 more pins to help you plan the most totally radical neon party ever! And today, for our Events A to Z: N is for NEON, we’re going to teach your step-by-step how.
Everyone one loves Mickey Mouse. And I mean, EVERYONE. Which makes this Disney mouse a perfect character to base your little one’s birthday party around! I’m a big fan of incorporating a “character” into your party decor, and it doesn’t get much easier than Mickey Mouse. You can get Mickey stuff just about everywhere, and you can make so much of it yourself (his iconic silhouette is only 3 circles,.
Today’s A to Z theme is a really wonderful, gorgeous party theme – Lilly Pulitzer! In case you’re not familiar with this designer, Lilly Pulitzer is a famous clothing and fabric designer best known for her bright florals and “resort wear” clothing items and fabrics. Hibiscus flowers, palm fronds, paisley patterns and tropical motifs are synonymous with the Lilly Pulitzer brand. Hot pinks, bright greens, pops of blue and yellow.
I just love it with our A to Z list matches up with the timing for an actual event or holiday that is taking place soon. Last year our “G” event was “Graduation Parties” and it published in the spring, which was perfect timing for everyone planning graduation parties. And this year, I get to write about Kentucky Derby Parties a few months in advance of the Derby, giving everyone.
Do you have a little boy or girl who loves the fun Disney cartoon “Jake and the Neverland Pirates”? If their birthday is coming up, you’re in luck – this is a super fun and easy party theme to get behind. Pirates have always been a fun birthday party theme, but with the popularity of “Jake” and the timeless original classic, Peter Pan, there are still lots and lots of.
I’m super excited about today’s A to Z theme because it is really so versatile. In case you were wondering, we’re going to be giving you some ideas for an “Indian” or “Bollywood” themed event, particularly some excellent candy that would look stunning on a buffet table at a wedding, birthday party, shower or other type of event with this theme. This theme is so darn cool because you don’t.