With summer here, I think of little girls in pretty dresses and tea parties. So I wanted to shine the spotlight on my Vintage Tea Party Plan: a DIY plan to guide you in recreating my tea party — just $19!
A party classic, my Vintage Tea Party Plan transports your guests to a world of hats and gloves, fine manners and finger foods. I give you 50+ pages of full color photographs and complete instructions so that you can create your own tea party.
I have three ideas for you today about dressing up a party with cupcake liners. They are all super-easy. If you’re like me, you have lots of leftover cupcake liners on hand, and these are some ways to put them to use.
I LOVE finding new things to do with everyday party items. Lately, it’s cupcake liners that are catching my eye. Here are a few ideas. All simple, all cheap. Come back tomorrow and see what I’m doing with cupcake liners.
Cupcake Liner Drink Toppers from Layer Cake Shop
The girls have already announced they want a surf girl party for their eighth birthday. (To be clear, that’s eight months away – let’s see if they change their minds!) But, since surf-theme decor may be harder to find in the winter, I’ve been doing a little shopping. Once I had the idea for this wreath, I couldn’t wait to make it and share the steps with you.
This is really easy, cheap, and the only skills required are operating a glue gun without burning your finger tips. (Which I cannot do.)
Today’s blog post was dictated to me by my seven-year-olds. Honestly, I always run by ideas by them and ask their opinions about my party plans. They never steer me wrong. But some of these ideas? Well, they are seven.
You always have to have a cake at a party.
If people don’t know what the food is, write name tags.
Always have cute stuff.