The element of surprise in Gender Reveal Baby Showers just makes the celebration more memorable and fun. Today we are showing you some great ideas for throwing a Gender Reveal Baby Shower.
First things first: Pick a Theme. You can either choose the traditional yet adorable Pink and Blue Theme or go for a more unique “What Will it bee?” Baby Shower. No matter which direction you take when it comes to choosing the Baby Shower Theme, it is important to have the right Party Supplies. … Read more
Today we are sharing photos of my niece’s Gaby Tea Party. It is filled with Maggie’s darling details with a vintage touch. Gaby will sure cherish this beautiful afternoon for years to come. Hopefully this post will help to show you how to plan a girls tea party event.
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Maggie and I have been working, for some time now, on introducing a brand new Party Theme to the Shop: Pirates! It’s a classic theme and by far one of our all time favorites. And to make the launch of our new Pirate Collection even sweeter we are showing you today an adorable Pirate Ship DIY.
You’ll need: Black and White Polka Dot Petite Cups, Cake Pops, Jute Rope, Cello Paper, Bamboo Skewer, Foam Cube, Black Scrapbook Paper, White Paper, Stickers and Scissors.… Read more
A simple DIY can create a high impact on a dessert table. When creating a mood board for our Wild Safari Party, here, I felt like I wanted to add a touch of sophistication to the sweet table. Luckily for me, I came across this super cute DIY from Albertina of Mimosa Lane that inspired me to make my jungle animals more stylish.
You will need: Plastic Jungle Animals (I bought mine at Walmart for 1$ each), Spray Primer and Metallic Gold Spray.… Read more
Isabella’s Rag Doll Party had a few darling and easy to make DIYs like the Flower Topiaries created with our Springtime Petite Blossom Cups. Today, I am showing you another super cute DIY that Maggie made for her daughter’s birthday: Flower Pot Cake Pops. These pretties created a beautiful garden effect on any celebration.
You will need: Cake Pops made with 6″ Lollipop Sticks , Petite Blossom Cups ( We use Lovely Baby Pink for this DIY), a Bamboo Skewer or pointy scissors, Paper Shred, Floral Foam and 2″ Paper Mache Pots (available here)
Step 1: Perforate the Petite Blossom Cup at the center with a Bamboo Skewer or any sharp pointy knife or scissors. … Read more
One of the details that I loved the most about our Rag Doll Party (here and here), were the Flower Topiaries. Aren’t they just too cute for words? But the best part is that they are sooooo easy to make! Let’s get to work!
You will need: Springtime Petite Blossom Cups, Foam Balls (6″ and/or 4″), Wood Sticks, Metal Pins, Small Vases, Floral Foam, 1/2″ Ribbon (3 Colors), 1/4″ ribbon, Paper Shred and Masking Tape (not shown).… Read more
Spring is in the air! I can’t believe it’s March already! Today, we’re sharing some inspirations for those Spring soirees and sunny brunches we’re so looking forward to!
Nothing welcomes Spring better than fresh cut flowers displayed in vintage bottles! Here are my 3 favorite ways to present them:
The backdrop Way: By covering a display Board with white fabric you can create a stunning backdrop; just hang our Vintage Glass Bottles with spring flowers at different heights! … Read more
Easter is just around the corner! I’m currently working on a Easter Dessert Table full of creative ideas for your brunch and egg hunts. I can’t wait to share the pics! You will definitely see lots of chocolate eggs wrapped in our Confectioners Foil Paper! Aren’t they darling?
I absolutely love the beautiful colors and designs available. Our Pastel Gingham design is just so ideal for an Easter brunch. I’m crazy about our Animal Print Foil Papers! … Read more
Today’s DIY is simply the perfect backdrop for your kids Valentine’s Day Party!
I Fell in love with Lollipop Wreaths when I styled 2 Christmas Dessert Tables. The first one was our Peppermint and Spice Dessert Table that was featured at Mimosa Lane and the second was our Visit from the Magic Elf sweet table that was featured at Anders Ruff. This is definitely a fun project you can easily do with your kids.… Read more
There’s nothing more inviting and welcoming than a wreath hanged at a fireplace or at a front door anytime of the year. I love the fact that they mark the beginning of each season. Today, I am sharing a DIY of how I made my Lollipop Poinsettia Wreath. It doesn’t get much sweeter than this!… Read more