I just adore these photos from Minutes of Love Photography so much I had to share a few with you.
For the University of Georgia’s opening game, my sister-in-law hosted the family at her house. I volunteered to bring dessert, and it quickly turned into a dessert table, decked out in UGA’s red and black. Go Dawgs!
Drop off parties hold a certain appeal; parents love them (two child-free hours!). Just make sure establish easy rules for good party manners and respect for your home.
Opening presents gives the birthday child a chance to express gratitude, and for the gift givers to feel proud of their selection. Why not practice this early? During the celebration, I always remind my two of a few gift opening rules.
For every party, there are parents who don’t respond to your invitation and then don’t attend the party, or who don’t respond and then do show up. Either scenario presents a planning problem.
In today’s Party Manners, let’s talk about when you should host your party.
Let’s start a series about my ideas on how to throw a party with some good old fashioned values. Today’s topic: how not to invite the entire class to your child’s birthday party.
What a great idea for ribbon remnants! Easy and cute, and I’m guessing cheap. Love it!
I am so excited to bring you our Ca$h Cab party! Since the show lends itself to a more masculine theme, it was just right for us.
My sister-in-law Beverly turned 60, and I was honored to work with her husband Ray and our other sister-in-law Kathy to plan a surprise “Bee” luncheon.
My inspiration was the incredibly detailed pop-up book How to Find Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker. Her vintage illustrations were just the style of fairies I was looking for.
Less dependence on your wallet makes for a great Independence Day celebration.
When Will and Kate announced their engagement, a royal wedding viewing party was in order. I think if Harry ever marries, we’ll do it all over again!