Hey, guys! I’m here to share with you the fun little Balloon Bar I styled a few weeks ago. It’s no secret that I’m balloon obsessed! Balloons are a classic and easy way to bring a little “pop” to any type of get together. I use balloons at EVERY event (not kidding) and I’ve been trying to come up with a fun way to bring my balloon love to the next level. So this time I substituted the dessert bar for a balloon bar.
1) Pick a balloon
2) Fill with confetti and glitter
4) Tie with ribbon of choice
5) Decorate with bow
The feathers were my favorite part!
And what is a balloon bar without a tassle garland?!
Try this at home, you guys! This was seriously an easy DIY station perfect for any age and any party. Make sure you share your pics with me on Instagram xoxo
There is no doubt that the holiday’s are some of the most magical times of the year, but I think we can all agree that a little extra cash during the holiday’s would alleviate much of our stress, right? Well, myself and some other generous party gals have teamed up to give you the opportunity to get all of your shopping done on us. Enter below to win $1,100 of paypal money to be used on whatever you’d like… Good luck!
I know I’m getting a jump on the Christmas holiday with this post, but in this business it seems like we are forced to celebrate each holiday a couple months early. I’m usually last minute with my photo shoots but I’ve been looking into my new christmas theme for about 4 weeks now. While searching I came across my Christmas party from last year and wanted to share it with you on this “throwback Thursday”.
I used Amanda’s Printables To Go for this. I really wanted to use the traditional christmas colors because the elf on the shelf was so huge last year and I knew I was going to incorporate that little fella in one way or another!
If you are following along on my business ventures you know that I have been on The Rhode Show a few times to feature some of my candy and dessert buffets (link to watch the latest video is here). It is so much fun and is such a great opportunity, that I jump at every chance I get to be on the show. It is, however, a ton of work (I’M NOT COMPLAINING, I SWEAR!) and I would be crazy to add to that by doing a photo shoot of that exact setup the night before, right? Welp, I guess I am bat poop crazy because that’s just what I did! Continue reading
My all time favorite party treat is cotton candy. Pink and fluffy; it’s such a classic and it always adds a vintage element to the party. I had originally planned to do a pink and green circus themed party using lots of pastels and girly details. I found myself trying to work the cotton candy into the event more than the theme itself. It dawned on me that the circus theme was just a disguise for my cotton candy obsession. It was then that I decided to make cotton candy it’s very own party theme and I personally think that is one of the most genius ideas I have had to date! Continue reading
Fall is by far my favorite season and my entire family shares the same feeling. Sure, we live in Rhode Island and our beaches are gorgeous and the Summers are like no other. But, the humidity gets to you after a while and right around the middle of August we start getting itchy for school to start and the leaves to fall. The beaches are just as beautiful in September, and by then the tourists are gone so you can walk the beach for miles in a comfy sweater and scarf. Ahhhh, doesn’t that sound nice? Continue reading
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This post has been swirling around my head for a couple of months now and the only thing that has postponed it is my crazy schedule. I’m not complaining. Busy is good. But my goal is to set aside more time to focus on this blog.
In the meantime, I’ve been wanting to show you what “busy” really means in the life of a party planner. I can only speak for myself and I’m sure other planners have better systems, work faster, and simply do things differently, but I have a feeling my readers might get a kick out of seeing what goes into this whole operation. I have a feeling you might be surprised at how UNglamarous this career really is! I’ll take you through the week of an event because that’s when all the running around is done. Continue reading
Hi everyone! I’m so glad you liked my Hop Into Spring Party on a Budget! That was honestly one of my favorite parties and it only cost $75. What’s better than that!?
I followed 4 major rules while planning this party in order to stick to a tight budget. I would love nothing more than to share these money saving tips with you. Here they are: Continue reading
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