It’s SPRING! As promised, here is our dessert table for our Easter party this year! I just love the way it all came together. The green accents really make this a fresh look for any spring party! I have shared all the details below so you can create your own version just in time for Easter. I created Easter printables last year and loved them
Every year we host a Gingerbread House decorating party. I love this annual tradition and our friends have come to count on it as we save the leftover candy year after year…great for decorating…not for eating! The key to creating this fun, relaxed party is lots of candy, a table to gather around, plenty of hot chocolate and BYOH (Bring Your Own House). This year,
My most recent “Ask Amy” inquiry was for some Sweet 16 Party Ideas! I remember my own sweet sixteen party…long before MTV made it cool and over the top, my parents rented a Women’s Club, hired a local kid from the church to DJ and decorated with balloons, streamers & gathered all my friends to come and dance the night away. So fun! But boy,
We recently styled a Circus Carnival party for twin 5 year old girls! What fun! We don’t usually throw other people’s party but these were my former business partner’s goddaughters so it was an extra special occasion. There were so many parts to this party that I decided it would be best to showcase them individually. So I’ll start with the best part of all…the
Candy bars are the hot trend in parties, weddings, and all kinds of celebrations! There is truth to the saying “like a kid in a candy store”! The key to having a stunning candy bar is keep in mind your color scheme as you purchase your candy and let your candy be the star! It is so fun to create one and so easy.