My father loved creme brulee. Any type of custard dessert, really. Nilla Wafer banana pudding? Bring it on.
Today, I’m thrilled to welcome Tracy Allen of Sweet Peach Paperie back to the blog, sharing her twin daughters’ darling mermaids 5th birthday party! (You can see Tracy’s Sea Turtle Twins Birthday Party here.)
For my daughters’ 10th birthday party — we called it the Twins’ Top 10 — I went old school with the party favor bags. We decided to have a party favor bar. We stocked it with five of the girls favorite things, and invited our guests to pick and pack their own party favors. Our […]
I tend to think a party is not complete without a rocking front door wreath. Sweet Georgia Sweet makes some of my favorite ribbon wreaths, but this year I didn’t have time to order a wreath from Bethany. So I pulled out one of my wreaths from her and studied it until I hacked this […]
The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, so if you’re hosting a viewing party, it’s time to pick out your free Kentucky Derby printables. Of course, I’ve already done that for you. All you have to do is choose your favorites, straighten your hat, and mix up some mint juleps. (Sip one for me!)
Cinco de Mayo is coming right up, so I’ve rounded up some free fiesta printables for you! And if you’re on the hunt for more Cinco de Mayo party ideas, don’t miss my taco wreath (yea, you read that right) and the free Cinco de Mayo printables in my freebies section. From Denna’s Ideas
One of my favorite decorative touches from my girls’ Favorite Things Party were our custom dessert plates. If you haven’t seen these before, they are totally cool and pretty low-cost. Create UR Plate sends you either glass or plastic plates (your choice) and you pick a custom cling to dress them up. They have an […]
My twins are now ten, which is just crazy to think about. I’m ready to shrink them back to three! But they are pretty darn excited about being double-digits and I guess I don’t have much choice in the matter. We’ve always done joint birthday parties for the girls. (Twin mommies: do you have one […]
At the end of 2014, I realized I had to do something that I really Did. Not. Want. To. Do. I had to change the Double the Fun Parties name. (It’s a long story about a trademark lawyer who dropped the ball and doesn’t really matter any more.)
For my Valentine’s Classroom Party, I wanted to think of a low-cost way for the kids to decorate Valentine’s card boxes. While there are cute options in the craft stores, and you could certainly go the brown paper bag route, I really wanted a box that would be affordable for every child.
One of my favorite party tricks is to transform an everyday item into something party special. It’s a sure way to get a low-cost, high-impact result. Which led to me the candy aisle of CVS. (That and the need to pick up a Frappuccino and the latest Vanity Fair.)
Last weekend, we went to the dollar store for candy, and now my girls are busy making their classroom Valentine’s Day cards. So you can imagine what my living room floor looks like. Markers, and glue sticks, and paper scraps, oh my! I’m glad they are enjoying their creativity, and the cards will be a […]
Did you miss yesterday’s tips for planning a Classroom Valentine’s Party? I used a tissue fan backdrop, which is a great choice for any party: inexpensive, quick to set up. Tissue fans are especially easy to transport if you have an away from home party. They come in a rainbow variety of colors and patterns, […]
This post is for all the class moms, trying to come up with an easy to plan, easy to transport, and inexpensive idea for Valentine’s Day Classroom Parties. I staged this shoot at my house so that you could have these ideas in time for the holiday. But I kept the classroom in mind, so […]
Confession time: I have not wrapped one single Christmas present. And my ornament boxes are still sitting in the living room. But bring on Christmas! It’s coming whether I’m ready or not! And since Christmas with the hub’s family is this Sunday, it’s time for me to print out some gift tags and get busy. […]