I consider myself somewhat of an expert in the field of children’s party planning. After all, I’ve got three kids, ages 9, 7, and 5. If you add it all up, that means that I have planned no less than 21 birthday parties for my kids. Whew! […]
Our Happy Wish Company styling concept is to create parties that are lovely but still easy to pull off. We believe in the prettiness of keeping things clean, classic and simple, and we thought we’d share a few ideas and tips for creating a sweet and simple birthday party using our whale-themed celebration supplies. […]
It stands to reason that when you have 20 or 60 of your closest friends over to your house for a party, you want things to be clean—extra, eat-off-the-floors kind of clean. When chatting with my friends, who were amazed by how sparkling everything was, I found that people took different approaches to cleaning for parties. […]
When I start planning a party for myself or a client, the first thing I do is sit down and gather images that inspire me for the theme. It helps me pull together ideas, narrow my focus, prioritize and formulate a plan in my head. I currently have about 16 parties to plan in progress! One of my favorite upcoming
Start your party decor search somewhere close by…..your baby’s nursery! I love re-purposing room decor items in my party set-ups. Simple items such as hanging canopies, banner buntings or wall decors can transform your party from cute to WOW!
Today’s Real Party comes directly from one of our very own PN contributors, Kim at The TomKat Studio. Kim created this fabulous Fairy Garden party for her daughter’s 3rd birthday last month. You might remember Kate’s party last year, which was the Lollipop Sweet Shoppe theme. After Kate’s Lollipop Party hit the party blogging world, via Project Nursery, Hostess with the