Little boys love to dig, and what better theme than a dinosaur party for them to get their dig on! We recently designed a preppy version for a sweet vendor of ours Michelle of Sweet Threads Clothing Co. and her little man, Reid. Wide stripes and tone-on-tone polka dots set the stage for this classic theme. I love simple DIY
Readers, all the celebrations uploaded into our Project Gallery—from baby showers to gender reveals to birthday parties to baby namings—show your flair for creative party styling. With your festive approach to details and planning, your guests surely have the happiest memories of these events. Please take a minute to vote for your favorite party, so that Project Nursery can send
The heat is on! We love a healthy competition, and it was a tight race for the Readers’ Favorite project of the week. Congratulations to Jenn, your party took the spot as number one. The circus-themed birthday party was adorable, and with the special touches you put into it, you’ve earned yourself scores of fans. Henry’s Circus 1st Birthday Party!
Oh, how we love to pin, let us count the ways! It’s clearly not a secret that here at Project Nursery we LOVE Pinterest! After spending a little time on the site (okay, sometimes hours), I find myself getting inspired to redesign one of the rooms of my home or throw an intimate dinner party for 100 of my closest
Readers, get ready! Another week is coming to a close and we’re excited to announce our Nurseries and Parties We Love This Week. These nurseries and parties will make you smile with their creativity and thoughtfulness. Thank you to all who submitted to the Gallery— everyone did a great job. Before you go off into weekend mode, please don’t forget to
Thank you, Project Nursery fans! It’s been another week of fabulous entries into our Project Gallery. There were so many lovely nurseries and parties this past week, picking our favorites was tough. Alas, here are our selections, but the work is not done. We need to hear from you! Please help us by letting us know which project you “like”