May 31st, 2009
Here are some fun ideas for a fun polka dot and zebra print party. This could easily be used for kids or adults. Would also work for bachelorette party, wedding shower or baby shower.
From L to R: Nounces Design Polka Dot and Zebra invitation; The Pink Cake Box Topsy Turvy Cake; Paper Lanterns; Animal print bags; pink and orange tent; The Pink Cake Box party hat cookies;
Sophie’s Favors favor boxes; Zebra Print Canvas
May 27th, 2009
I had the priviledge of designing these Fourth of July first birthday invitations for a special little girl. Mom had a definite idea of what she wanted. I love the simplicity of them! These can be customized to fit any age.
This design and other can be found in my shop!
May 26th, 2009
I feel like I have taken on a second, or third, job as a party planner! This was the third party in about five weeks that I had a hand in throw. So, the retirement party went well! Minus the fact that we didn’t take any pictures. This is the extent of the pictures that I got…
We carried the apple theme from the invitation through out the party. The favors were apple slices from Deerfield’s Bakery. Doesn’t get much better than that!
May 21st, 2009
That’s right, 30th birthday invitations! Finally, my friend Mandi is turning 30 and catching up with me (ok, not quite..but close!). She can no longer give me a hard time about being old! For her invitations, she wanted something fun and unique. I think these fit the bill.
I can’t wait until the party! It’s going to be a great time!
May 19th, 2009
Check out my other mod monkey birthday posts here and here.
As I look through the photos, I realized I failed to take pictures of a lot of different things. For the food, we had blue and yellow bread made by our local bakery. We used a round cookie cutter to cut the bread into circles. I wasn’t kidding when I said I went with the polka dot theme! All of the food was round. I don’t know if anyone noticed, but it was fun trying to come up with food ideas that fit!
The adults were sent home with mini loaves of banana bread. One picture I didn’t take was of the kids goodie bags. I used a white gift bag and glued blue and yellow polka dots along the bottom. Each bag was filled with fun monkey items.
The kids had a blast playing the ball pit we made using a monkey kiddie pool that was complete with a banana slide! It was perfect!
You can find the mod monkey shirt here. She does great work and is super fast!