Here’s my opinion about engagement parties: They’re best when not taken too seriously. The bridal shower can be formal, the wedding can be formal, the reception can be formal, but the engagement party … this is the function that can be really informal and low-key, especially if you have parents of the bride or groom who are going to push their preferences on the more high-profile wedding events. The ability.
Cinco de Mayo is only a few weeks away (and it’s on a Saturday this year – party on!), so it’s time to start planning your fiesta! A Mexican themed party is a super easy color-scheme to work with – stick to red, white and green (to go with the Mexican flag) for your main colors and add in a little yellow and orange to spice things up. Party City.
I came across this amazingly colorful dessert table from a birthday party while perusing Baby Lifestyles (an excellent resource if you’re searching for birthday or shower ideas!) and just had to share it. It has my most favorite thing: a super-duper colorful candy buffet! This candy rocks because the party planner has gotten maximum color out of a fairly minimum amount of candy. How’d she do it? Here’s what she.
One thing that can really make your candy buffet stand apart is having unique scoops for serving up your treats. It’s easy to forget how important scoopers are, but if you are serving unwrapped candy (like M&Ms, Skittles, etc.), you’re definitely going to want something to scoop with to keep little kids grabby-hands from spreading germs through your buffet. Scoops are also essential if you plan to dispense your candy.
Here’s a really fun and creative way to have a candy buffet at your upcoming Halloween party – make it a “specimen table” and label all the candy spooky names like “Freshwater Leeches” (Black Licorice Wheels) and “Human Blood Capsules” (Hot Tamales). You can download a free printable of spooky specimen names here, and we’ve provided a list below of the candy to purchase to match the specimen name. Have.
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E ! What a sweet birthday party theme this little Mickey Mouse party turned out to be. The bright colors and familiar mouse ears make it obvious why these theme is a timeless classic for little kids’ birthday parties. The candy bar is delightful and we’ve recreated the list here. That way, if you decide to have your own Mickey Mouse themed party with a candy bar, it’s all.
These party pics that we saw on www.TheTomKatStudio.com are simply adorable. What a lucky little kid who was the recipient of this beautiful “Sweet Shoppe” themed birthday party. Take a look at these pics! All photography is from www.PillowThought.blogspot.com via www.TheTomKatStudio.com
I came across these party pics on the amazing blog GloriousTreats.com. I love that the party theme is simply “Candy”, leaving the party planner open to a broad range of a candy, decor and games. GloriousTreats.com actually has multiple blog posts detailing her planning process, including sources for where the apothecary jars that hold the candy were purchased and she has some great tips for others who many want to.
Last week we offered some tips on what candy would make an excellent Baby Boy Shower Candy Buffet, featuring yummy candies in blue hues, and since that color scheme is only good for about 50% of baby showers, we want to offer some tips for Baby Girl Shower Candy Buffets! Stay tuned for next week and we’ll give some great tips for those showers where the baby’s gender is a.
Wow, Memorial Day and the (un)official start of summer is just around the corner! What a perfect time to have a friendly BBQ bash with your friends. And speaking of friends, our friends over at Hostess With the Mostess just published a great article about summer BBQ’s and included links to free printouts to help with your buffet table decor. Perfect timing! Hop on over the Hostess Blog for their.