This was a “First Day of School Celebration Dinner” I hosted for my twin girls to celebrate their first day of 2nd Grade. Another family joined us for a fun evening. This is the third year I’ve had a dinner like this and it’s a great way to celebrate the first day of a new school year. You can see more photos here: http://www.andbabiesmakefour.com/2011/08/first-day-of-school-celebration-dinner.html
My daughter’s room was a blank slate. The walls were builder’s beige. I wanted a fun and colorful space for my daughter to relax and play.
Sallie Rose was our first child and as a designer I was very excited to begin working on a plan for her room. I had initially wanted to use teal as the main color for the room, but my husband decided his little girl needed to have a pink room first. So, I decided to paint the walls pink (a little shocking at first), and have green bedding and curtains and teal accent pieces.
This colorful printable party collection cheers for celebration! Color Palette: pink, orange, tangerine and yellow Patterns: polka dots Theme: Aloha Summer
This is a fun party I threw for my Daughter’s 5th birthday!
Maximizing a tiny bit of wall space to create an organized and easily accessible arts and crafts storage center.
Mustache Bash to celebrate my sons’ birthdays. Simple black & white design inspired by old, vintage barbershops with a modern twist.
My daughter turned 3, and we upgraded her nursery to a “big girl” toddler room. I wanted something that would grow with her, but yet still be fun, colorful & playful for a young child.
This is the nursery I created for my son Kyleb. He’s now 3, and it’s been transformed ito a “big boy” room – which was the whole point of the room. I wanted something cool & modern for a baby boy that could be easily transformed into a room he could grow in up until High School.
Bright and colorful, young and fun… this party was packed-full of treats for everyone with a sweet tooth!
Although there are a few golf themed parties out there, I was really inspired to make my little boy’s birthday a fab “par-tee” with lots of candy and lots of fun! Happy 3rd Birthday my sweet little boy!
My son had a super rad SURFER 7th birthday party! He picked blue and orange with a pop of green as his color scheme and I went for a very beachy overall feel . Best part is that this party was done on a REAL budget and I think we ot our bang for our buck! Photos were taken by Maggie Russo Photo ~ Chicago
Colorful, Playful, Functional Playroom
This room uses chocolate browns with highlights of red to add that twist on a modern classic. An old wooden sign and metal letter signs give it the vintage charm.
My duahgter, Macy’s cowgirl birhtday party, a pink and brown paisley theme.
When my son requested a “Monkey Donkey Robot Piñata” Birthday Party, at first I went “huh?” and then I went “awesome!” It turned out to be a crazy, funky, hilarious party. We tossed tortillas, cracked cascarones, had a kiddo dance party, all among ebay-bought ceramic donkeys, monkeys, and robots. We hung about 20 piñatas from our overhang outside and used one to hit. My son had a total blast. It was wonky and wonderful! For loads more details, check out: http://cakeslikesaparty.com/2011/06/20/3rd-birthday-party-monkey-donkey-robot-pinata-theme-part-1/
When I asked my daughter what she wanted the theme for her 4th birthday party to be she insisted on having a ‘Batty’ Party…. in June… sure why not ;)
This room is fun and colorful! We didn’t have tons to spend since we had just done a nursery but we wanted our older 2 daughters to have a fun space that they both could like.
Alice in Wonderland themed birthday party for a 3 year old.
Mermaids with a loose underwater look for more contempory little girl’s room.