A Frozen Birthday Party

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Styling this Frozen Birthday Party was a real labor of love for me. I ate, drank, and slept with visions of blue, white, and purple dancing around in my head. It was a winter wonderland fit for a queen…a little princess in this case.  The amazing photography was by my sweet friend, Lucy Munoz Photography .

 

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Vendor Credits:

Party Design : Any Given Party  | Photography: Lucy Munoz Photography | Cake & Cake Pops: Jeseca’s Creations | Bling Sticks: LivinCrafty | Cupcake Toppers & Snowflake Picks : Glammed Events

 

 

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We had a great time styling this Starry Fourth of July Party! It was no problem finding an array of red, white, and blue inspiration . Since the Fourth always brings along with it hot weather, we decided to cool things down a bit with some vintage polka dot ice cream cups we bought at Michaels. For kids’ favors, we found adorable patriotic sunglasses and star-bubbles, which complimented the theme perfectly. When we saw the decorative red serving tray at Target, we knew we’d have to make it the centerpiece of the party table. To add some height, we actually flipped it over and turned it into a platform for the candy jars! All in all, everyone enjoyed the party and had a real “blast!”

 

Event Credits:

Event Design: Any Given Party

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A Very Thankful Party

One of our favorite holidays, Thanksgiving, is such an important time to show your gratitude for everything and that’s exactly what this Very Thankful Party submitted by Sunny, of Sunny by Design, does!

PARTY RECAP {As told by Sunny}: I went with an autumn color palette and theme of pumpkins and falling heart shaped leaves to go with the Thankful tree I had on the table. I found the idea of a thankful tree on Pinterest from Honeywerehome.blogspot.com and couldn’t get it out of my head.  I created the roses (one of my new favorite things) out of crepe paper and glued them to the tree so the it wasn’t quite so bare.  The paper hearts/leaves were just cardstock hand cut into heart shapes and the guests wrote their own message of thanks. I created some printable decorations for the party with pumpkins and hearts to go with the thankful Thanksgiving theme.  I found my first apothecary jar so of course I had to use it.  We gathered chestnuts from our own backyard to fill the jar. Going along with the bite sized theme I made mini chocolate cupcakes with a chocolate mousse cream filling.  My son absolutely loves these and I’ve had to hide them to keep him away from them.

Event Credits:

Event Design, Photography, & Printables: Sunny by Design

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A Defrightful Halloween Party

This adorable Defrightful Halloween Party submitted by Jenifer from Hello Love Designs is full of spooktacular sweets that any kid {or grown-up for that matter} would love! The orange, purple, and black color scheme is fabulous and sets the tone for a “boo-tiful” bash!

PARTY RECAP {As told by Jenifer}: Spiders, Bats, and Black Cats, Oh My!  The Defrightful Halloween party is a styled party by Jenifer of Hello Love Designs.  I designed fun, playful printables with “a play on words” in mind.  For instance, Defrightful in place of delightful, eek-y as opposed to icky, and beware-y sounding similar to “be weary.”  Silhouettes of spiders, bats, and black cats are used with traditional Halloween colors black, purple, and a pop of eye-catching chartreuse.  My very favorite piece of the party kit is the treat bag template that I created with inspiration from a popcorn bag.  How fun!  Of course, it can be used for popcorn, but I absolutely love how perfect the treat bag works for favors and how easy it is to assemble!  My other favorite idea to the Defrightful party was using candy bracelets around the glass bottlenecks as straw holders – very handy and practical.  This party kit is perfect for personal parties, office, or classroom parties too!

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Party Printables : Hello Love Designs

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Trick or Treat Party

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PARTY RECAP {As told by Sunny}: To get some pictures of my new Halloween party line we celebrated Halloween early this year.  My kids were so excited about the party they told everyone they knew so our little party grew and grew (oops I slipped into Dr. Seuss there). We had Oreo Eyeballs, which I made out of Oreo cookie balls with a dab of frosting and an M&M on top.  A little crazy looking but very delicious. For a fun Halloween party mix I threw together popcorn, M&M’s and candy corn.  The salty and sweet combo was perfect.  If you ate the candy corn and popcorn together they tasted like caramel corn. For the adults I added my favorite Artichoke dip that surprisingly fits the Halloween theme perfectly. We had such a wonderful time at our Halloween party and I hope there was some little tidbit or idea here that might help you with your own party.

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Event Design, Photography, & Printables: Sunny by Design

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