Today, I’m happy to welcome MyPartyPlanner.com as a guest blogger. They’ve introduced me to the idea of foam parties, which sound like a blast! Just have the kids wear swim suits and you’re all set.
Over the past few years, foam parties have taken the party scene by storm. Foam-themed parties let the kids be kids!
Hi All -
Today I’m welcoming Jen Hatzung, who is guest blogging! Jen is the woman behind Rellas Bellas, a fabulous accessories shop. Jen makes necklaces, earrings and headbands — great for women or children. These necklaces could be the finishing touch to your daughter’s party outfit.
One day in late summer, I was on my way to Goodwill (of course) and found myself behind an SUV with a sign advertising cake pops. Since the business name was Cake Pops by Jen, I was actually able to remember it until I got back to my computer (although I did keep saying “.net,” “.net,” “.net” to myself).
I immediately booked Jennifer to create the cake pops for our UGA opening game day dessert table. Now, I’ve made cake pops before — OK, brownie pops, because they are easier. They were a hit, but they were not beautiful. They were all different sizes, the candy coating was uneven … fortunately, the kids on our block didn’t care. But, I knew that without a lot of practice, cake pops were not going to be part of my skill set.