It’s Monday again, and you know what that means? It’s Event of the Week day on our blog! This week’s EOTW is from Erin Harris Photography and is an adorable sports themed party for a very lucky and active little boy. Sports themed parties are great for boys and girls for so many reasons. It’s usually pretty easy to find cool decorations and sports themed candy. Coming up with games.
Today we’re featuring an emerging trend in party themes for little boys. Everyone knows little boys are obsessed with trucks or all sorts, but the garbage truck has a special allure. Is is the man hanging off the back? Is it the fact that they takeaway our icky, smelly garbage? Or is it just a cool, big truck? Whatever it is, we’re seeing a number of parties lately not only.
The appeal of Little Red Riding Hood for a party or shower theme is still going strong. And for good reason – it’s adorable! Like a lot of fairy tale based parties, you can take Red Riding Hood in many directions. Here are some of the basics: – The most common colors are red, green and brown. You can have lots of fun with checkered or gingham table clothes and.
Get ready to be swept off your feet by this super sweet and oh-so-pretty Hot Air Balloon themed baby shower for our Event of the Week! This party features adorable pastels and very soft and whimsical decorations, perfect for a lovely baby shower. Let’s dive right in! Isn’t this gorgeous? I love those puffy white clouds and the delicate hot air balloon artwork! The creative mind behind this beautiful party.
Everyone has seen The Lego Movie by now, right? If you haven’t, it is a must watch immediately for kids and adults. We have the DVD and watch it frequently with our 5 year old son all the time. Hand-down his favorite character is Lego Batman, whose every line is hilarious and sends my son into fits of giggles. Basically any question I ask my son is answered with some.
The latest Trend Alert article from Tonya at Soiree Event Design has just come out on Hostess With the Mostess and boy is it a stunner! This is the summer of the mermaid themed party, I think. That is why I’m so glad that Tonya selected such a popular party theme and showed everyone why this trend is taking over. AND, like so many of Tonya’s parties this year, her.
One of the most timeless and classic wedding color palettes is also one of my absolute favorites – black, white and Tiffany blue. A bride and groom can’t go wrong with this color scheme, and today for our Event of the Week we’re going to show you an example of a wedding dessert table taken in the “rustic” direction that is simply stunning. This table was designed by Favor Boutique.
If you’re considering having an art themed party for one of your kids, this post is a must-read. Our friends at PlayPartyPin.com created a masterpiece of an event with hands-down the absolute best artsy activities for this type of party. There are just so many great things going on in this party. First, let’s talk about the color scheme and theme. One really great thing about an art themed party.
Parties and events with an “ombre” theme are a pretty new trend in the event industry. And it’s no wonder that this theme is taking the industry by storm – it is fabulous and can be done in so many different ways! If you’re not familiar with the term “ombre”, here is what it means – it is a French fashion term for “shading” or the graduation of a color.
It’s still Monday, right? No? Well, this Event of the Week is only a few hours late, so we’re posting it anyways. Besides, it’s just too good to hold back until next week. It feels like the ratio of kids birthdays to adult birthdays that we feature here is pretty disproportionate. And we know that adults like to party, too, so today’s post is one for the adults and it’s.