As we inch ourselves away from our winter party themes and… (gasp!)… into spring, we think this Cherry Blossom Party is a happy medium between the two. We love the mix of spring’s nature along with the cool winter colors. Here’s hoping you’ll be pleasantly surprised the inspiration these flowers:
Bring to your child’s next party:
Per the usual we’ll be talking all about party food, drink, favors and activities that work with this week’s theme so we hope you come back each day for another dose of inspiration. In addition we’re giving away a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop and all you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment on any post this week!
Stop by tomorrow to see our customer party photos featuring the Cherry Blossom theme, it’s darling and you won’t want to miss it!
Penguin Party Week is coming to a close, Christmas is just a couple days away and 2013 is about to begin. Why do things have to change!? We’ve had so much fun chatting with ya’ll about these waddling weirdos and not only does Penguin Party Week mark our last week of blogging for 2012 (we’re taking a week break, hope you can handle it ), but it marks our last “winter” party we’ll be featuring this year.
We wish you all a very happy holiday and even happier new year. Hopefully winning this week’s digital invite giveaway, (CONGRATS Kristen Coral), will kick one of our readers new year off right! We’ve got some amazing news to share with you in 2013 and we hope you’ll all come back here to check it out!
Credit Where Credit is Due:
Food: jell-o, cake, cupcakes, olives, igloo cake pan, penguin cheese, cake2, penguin cake pops
Drink: penguin drink bottle
Activity: penguin pinata, snow play dough, penguin party game, musical ice-bergs
Favors: wind-up toy, penguin pillow
Decor: penguin table decor
Attire: dress, penguin shirt, penguin costume
Our Pink Penguin Party Week activities work well for this week too and we don’t want to not mention them, so…
penguin party game, penguin craft, penguin artwork
A couple new additions we’d like to add to the bunch include:
penguin pinata, snow play dough, musical ice-bergs, and this adorable penguin mask diy!
For favors we spotted these ornaments and fell in love:
As we mentioned back during Pink Penguin Party Week, a fun decor touch would be to hang these penguin beach balls throughout the space, sending each child home with one as a party favor!
Tomorrow we’ll share our Penguin Party Inspiration Board and share the winner of our giveaway. We hope you’ll come back and check it out and if you’d still like to leave a comment on any post this week in order to be entered to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop, there’s still time!
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We had some pretty adorable Pink Penguin Party food and drink ideas featured during Pink Penguin Party week and they’re worth hopping over to look at again (in our humble opinion), including cozy food in the form of grilled cheese and a couple of soups:
But in an effort to give you some original ideas as well this week we’ve got a couple adorable nibbles:
and sweet treats:
to choose from! Don’t limit yourself to food that looks like penguins, we love the idea of using igloos and fish to expand upon your Penguin Party menu.
Guests can steal our idea from Pink Penguin Party Week and offer a delicious hot cocoa bar or wash it all down with a personalized penguin water bottle:
For more Winter Food and Drink ideas check out:
Christmas Tree Party Ideas
Snowman Party Ideas
Snowgirl Party Ideas
Pink Penguin Party Ideas
Reindeer Party Ideas
Winter Wonderland Ideas
And be sure to enter to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop by leaving a comment on any post this week!
Credit Where Credit is Due:
jell-o, cake, cupcakes, olives, igloo cake pan, penguin cheese, cake2, rock candy, penguin cookies, penguin cake pops
Our most popular winter party, hands down, revolves around this guy:
Not only do we put birds on things, we put super duper cute birds on things! We’ve already highlighted our pinkier penguin party ideas so this week is going to be true and blue. Stick around all week as we chat about all the adorable inspiration these waddling bad boys have to offer to your next winter bash!
Per usual, be sure to enter to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop by simply leaving a comment on any post this week. We’ll draw the winner on Friday. Good luck!
It’s been such a fun week checking out all things Christmas Tree and sharing the awesome ideas with you all! We’re loving that all of this stuff is festive enough to work for nearly any holiday party:
Congrats to Theresa F. – you’re this week’s winner of a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop!! We’ll contact you shortly to start the process of claiming your prize.
We hope you’ll come on back next week for our last week of Winter related parties. We still can’t believe that Christmas is right around the corner and folks are starting to order parties for their February and March Birthdays!! Where does the time go?
Where to Find it:
Food: cookies, candy trees, cheese tree1, cheese tree2, tree cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries tree, tree cookies, marshmallow pops, fruit tray, pretzal rods, tree rollups
Drink: Grinch Punch
Favors: glasses, saplings, candy tree
Activity: christmas tree pincones, christmas tree flower pot, christmas tree popsicle stick
Decor: cupcake liner trees
Attire: ribbon t-shirt diy, kids T
Decorating ornaments is about as obvious as it gets for the perfect Christmas Tree Party Activity. Obviously cute, obviously fun and obviously easy! CHECK CHECK CHECK!:
reindeer ornament, wreath and snowflake ornament, snowman ornament 1, 5 fingered snowman, snowman, ornament2
We also love Mama Kat’s tutorial on adding nearly anything to a clear ornament, here’s a couple suggestions:
sprinkles, paint, tinsel, photos, glitter, rope or twine, foliage
Each of these awesome ornaments can be sent home with your guests for party favors or you can hang them on the tree as another activity. Some additional party crafts include:
christmas tree pincones, christmas tree flower pot, christmas tree popsicle stick
For favors we’re loving the idea of a real saplings your guests can plant when they get home, a Christmas candy tree (guests grab a bar on their way out the door) or a pair of silly Christmas tree glasses!
We’ll be rounding up all of our Christmas Tree Party Ideas for tomorrow’s inspiration board so come back to check it out and if you’d like to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop
, leave a comment on any post this week and you’re in!
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glasses, saplings, candy tree
Similar to most of the winter party themes we’ve featured this winter season, we’re loving the Christmas Tree Party Theme because it’s so darn festive and all of these winter themes work really well together. There’s no reason why you can’t use the super adorable snowman milk jugs we talked about during Snowgirl Party Week, along with the Dasher’s Donuts from Reindeer Party Week and snowflake cookies from our Winter Wonderland Party Week all at your Christmas Tree Party:
However, that’s not to say we don’t have a bunch of Christmas Tree specific food and drink ideas!! We’ll kick things off with food in the shape of Christmas trees… it never ceases to amaze us how darn creative people are:
If this doesn’t make you feel pretty darn confident that you can put nearly any food platter into the shape of a tree, I don’t know what will!
Sweets are certainly no exception:
The rice rice krispie tree-t‘s might just be our favorite!
For a festive drink we stumbled upon this “ Grinch Punch” and fell in love. You can even call it “Pine Needle Punch” if you want to keep with the tree theme.
We’re gonna go ahead and call it adorable.
For favor and activity ideas featuring the Christmas Tree Party get back here tomorrow and if you’d like to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop, leave a comment on any post this week and you’re in!
Where to Find it:
cookies, candy trees, cheese tree1, cheese tree2, tree cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries tree, tree cookies, marshmallow pops, fruit tray, pretzel rods, tree rollups
We’re pretty thrilled to be talking about our Christmas Tree Party this week. You can’t get much more festive than the Christmas Tree… well I guess you COULD get more festive…:
All I gotta say is why I don’t own this hat is evidence that the world is just plain not fair and it’s really cramping my “more festive than a Christmas tree” style.
If Santa knew what was good for him, this would be under my tree this year.
For more festive fun stick with us this week. We’ll be talking all about the festive fun Christmas tree party and all of the festivities that go with it as well as giving away a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop! Just leave a comment on any post this week and you’re in. Stay tuned!!
Where to Find it:
xmas tree sweater, christmas hat