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Rachel M

I believe in creating occasions to celebrate rather than waiting for them. Unbirthdays and the changing of the season are just a few of my favorite holidays. As a work from home mom, my day job also includes multiple dress-up changes, elaborate role playing and excessive tea parties. In my free time I can be found scouring thrift shops for inspiration, hiking with my husband and 5 year old daughter and, of course, brainstorming my next party.

Pink and Sparkly Star Wars Party

What do you do when your daughter loves all things pink and sparkly and is obsessed with Star Wars? Throw her a pink and sparkly Star Wars party, of course!
DIY telescopes were the perfect activity for the kids. They had a blast decorating their telescopes with paint, stickers and gems. The little guests were excited to use their new telescopes to search for galaxies far, far away.
Baby Gabey Cookies once again knocked it out of the galaxy with these incredible Stormtrooper, Darth Vader and star cookies. The details are pure perfection!
The backdrop was created using DIY alphabet banners and painting the letters black and of course, the stars pink. I found this darling vinyl AT-AT decal on Etsy that couldn’t have been more perfect for my Star Wars loving girl!

Noon Year’s Eve Party for Littles

We’re saying goodbye to 2016 with our Noon Year’s Eve party!
Sometimes it’s hard for little ones to make it to midnight on New Year’s Eve (and let’s be honest, sometimes it’s hard for us parents too!) so what better way to include the kids in celebrating the new year than with a Noon Year’s Eve party! Invite little friends over with these bright and colorful invitations from Tiny Prints. The happy colors set the tone for the party and will get the kids excited to see what’s in store for the celebration! The party started at 10:30 AM and that was plenty of time for snacks, games and of course, the big countdown to the noon year!
The kids munched on fruits and veggies, cheese and crackers and felt SO fancy sipping sparkling grape juice from pretty glasses. As the countdown to the noon year approached, the kids popped festive poppers with confetti galore and enjoyed fun ring pop favors that had little tags saying “Ring in the Noon Year!”.

Treat or Treat Halloween Party

I love Halloween and I love to throw parties for kids. Every year, I plan a party for my little monster and her friends. The kids played games, painted their own ceramic pumpkin banks to take home and of course, ate way too many treats! The color palette I chose for the party was traditional orange and black but I added a little pop of mint green to the mix. The kids and parents had a blast at the party and we can’t wait for Halloween!