There are so many creative ways to use treat bags these days. With Halloween coming up soon, it's time to start thinking about fun ways to hand out some sweet surprises! Natalie, of Katarina's Paperie, is sharing a creative use of orange gift sacks. She is transforming them from the ordinary into Halloween fun! And, I LOVE the green stem topper! Also, be sure to see the info. on the giveaway at the bottom of the post!
An Apple Party during autumn just makes the change in seasons all the more fun! With a crispness to the air, everyone has apples on their minds! Kristin, of Paige Simple, shares a gorgeous Apple Party set among the apple trees- beautiful inspiration for a birthday, fall fun, or just because it's apple season! Enjoy!
Oh, the joys of The Very Hungry Caterpillar brought to life in a first birthday party... it just always does my heart good to see this theme as the chosen favorite! The cookies and cake in this darling dessert table styled by Lauren, of Capes and Crowns, are gorgeous renditions of the artwork of Eric Carle. Edible art at its finest!
Halloween is always a fun time to doll-up the kids in cute tees, twirly skirts, and black and orange accessories! Michele, of Sweet Threads Clothing, did JUST THAT as she put together a little "Halloween Fun" for some of her favorite kiddos. Add sweet treats to the sweet threads, and you have a great start to a holiday party! Putting Ghost Peeps on a stick is instant Halloween cuteness...
What began as a simple gesture to introduce my daughter to a wonderful book series has become a special evening ritual for us- reading Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House books! I must admit, I didn't realize quite how interesting these books would be to her, but she cannot wait to read all nine in the series. It was only fitting that her birthday party focus around Little House on the Prairie! Together, we had a ball planning all of the details of her party that related to the books in some way. At Camille's request, we focused on some of her favorite parts of the stories... prairie flowers, covered wagons, tee pees, the colors in the drawings of the books, and "pretty"...because "Ma" liked things to be pretty!