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.
I know, I know. Easter is over. So why am I pushing Peeps? Because Peeps are NOT just for Easter and Christmas, silly! They are a year-round treat and there are SO MANY things you can do with them. We’re here to tell you some of those great ideas today! So let’s get started… Look at these adorable Peep Skewers or Peep Kabobs. This is NOT and Easter thing. It’s.
Rainbow parties are all the rage for the under-5 crowd. They’re so much fun for both boys and girls, and super easy to pull off. You can go all-out (like in these party pics), or keep it simple and low key – no matter what level of extravagance you choose, this theme will always be a winner. There are some really easy ways to set up an amazing candy buffet.
Baseball’s opening day was yesterday, which means spring is officially here! (Unless you live in one of those Northern states with snow on the ground. Then spring is definitely still not with you – you have a few more weeks to go.) In the spirit of baseball, we’re giving you all the ingredients to having a Grand Slam Candy Buffet (you can call it “The Concession Stand”). This Candy Buffet.