I am pretty certain that The Moms’ event with Tori Spelling celebrating the launch of her new book celebraTORI: Unleashing Your Inner Party Planner to Entertain Friends and Family will be one of my favorite blogger events of 2012. You … Continue reading
Category Archives: party supplies
Source: totfudge.com via MyMomShops on Pinterest Invitation from a great new site called Totfudge. Follow my Kids’ Birthdays board on Pinterest.
One of my longtime favorite stationery designers, the Canadian company Ecojot (remember their funky notebooks?) has just launched its brand-new Baby Collection. It’s available in Canadian retail stores and is just launching here in the U.S. (plus you can buy … Continue reading
Delicacies for kids (and kids at heart) at Ruthy’s Bakery in Chelsea Market, NYC.
You know that I love to choose just the right stationery, cards, invitations, and envelopes. I also like to choose the perfect postage stamps as a finishing touch. If you’re planning a child’s birthday party soon, you may want to … Continue reading
Are any of you planning a Halloween party? My just kids told me they are throwing me a surprise Halloween birthday party. Apparently it’s not a surprise anymore! If you are looking for fun Halloween invitations, go check Tiny Prints … Continue reading
I am so pleased to introduce you to our newest sponsor, Sugarsticks Parties, a mom-owned and operated party decor and stationery business based in Tallahassee, Florida. Sugarsticks products range from personalized “note from mom” notepads and kids’ bookplates to full … Continue reading
S. was running low on thank-you notes so I ordered a small batch of these “It’s a Superparty” thank you notes to match his Batman-themed 5th birthday party. They turned out super cute (I put his full name all in … Continue reading
(Again, this is not really wordless. Whatever). The birthday girl woke up to pink balloons on her big day. I do this for my kids every year. I must say, the Princess Peach pinata I bought on Ebay was quite … Continue reading
S’s fifth birthday party was a big success, We held it at a local gymnastics place and somehow the kids (most of whom had just finished a very full week at day camp) managed to burn off yet more excess … Continue reading