It’s that time of year again … all the seniors are in full-blown “senioritis” mode and their focus is no longer on their last few weeks of high school (or college … or kindergarten … or middle school … or driver’s ed. – there are lots of things you can “graduate” from, you know) and is now on the big, broad horizon called Life and whatever that next stage holds..
Check out this amazing candy buffet and dessert table from BabyLifeStyles.com. The theme was “Sweet Pea” they used pretty yellow and pink decorations – what an adorable baby shower! Here’s a list of the candy that was used: Pink Whirlypops (we’d also suggest these Hammond’s Handmade Pink & Yellow Cotton Candy flavored Whirlypops too!) Unicorn Pops Cotton Candy Lemon-Heads Snow Almonds Hershey’s Bars Mini Pink and White M&Ms Twizzlers Cinnamon.
I saw these vintage choo-choo-train birthday party pictures on Kara’s Party Ideas and just had to share them here. How cute is this party? I think my son would flip out with a choo-choo-train party. It’s the highlight of his week when I take him to the train station to watch the trains come and go, so a whole train-themed party is right up his alley. Anyway, I particularly like bright.
There are a lot of casual, informal parties happening out there these days, whether personal or corporate, where a coffee / espresso bar is the main feature. I love shindigs like this because at the heart of it, I’m a casual kind of girl and I like low key affairs. Coffee is an obsession of mine and no matter how late at night it is, I will never decline a.
A while back we posted an article listing the perfect candy for an “Under The Sea” themed party candy buffet. Today I was browsing through my favorite blogs and saw on Pizzazzerie.com absolutely gorgeous photos from a real life Under the Sea themed birthday party! These photos are simply breathtaking and we wanted to take the opportunity to share them with you here, as well as re-post our Under the.
We are asked all the time for help planning a candy buffet for a wedding, shower, birthday party or corporate event. One of the most common candy buffet themes is to use all black and white candy, with maybe one other pop of color in there to add a little splash. By using glass apothecary jars of varying sizes to display the candy, these buffets can be among the most.
I am L-O-V-I-N-G all of these amazing birthday party themes coming from our event planner friends! The creativity and attention to details is just awe-inspiring and there are some really talented event planners out there! This party idea comes from our friends at The Hostess With the Mostess blog and is just so adorable. As the mother of a 2-year-old boy, I can say with confidence that any little boy.