So, word around the jungle gym is that a sweet party girl is expecting a little cub!!! And I'm so honored to be taking part of this conga line to help reveal her identity, especially because I don't even know who it is yet! To partake in the celebration, I made these little fondant baby clothes with panda adornments. The birth of each rare panda cub is a true miracle and I can't wait to share the joy with the mama-to-be and her own little miracle! Congratulations in advance, sweet friend, and thank you so very much for including me in the reveal of your "beary" big news!!! ♥
Now grab your baby maracas, get back in line and dance on over to Jess at Party Box Design for more baby fun and one conga step closer to the big reveal!
This past weekend, we commemorated my mother's birthday with a serene, spa-themed party! You may recall last year's Come Fly Away celebration, reminiscing about the good 'ole days when my mom worked for Pan Am Airways. This year, I wanted a more tranquil feel to pamper my incredibly hard-working mom and provide a relaxing setting to fete another year!
There have been many super adorable children spa parties popping up lately, but I wanted to execute a more mature, adult ambience. I decided on a cool and calming color palette of neutrals, green and greys, with pops of soft pink and light blue, especially when I found the perfect graphics from Cupcake Cutiees! I focused on natural elements, including black rocks, bamboo and sand, along with fun, easy and affordable themed food and desserts. The majority of the decor and food were purchased at Home Goods, the 99c Only Store and The Dollar Tree, which, partnered with cute embellishments, really set the high-class mood on a budget! I have gotten a lot of use of the chalkboard backdrop recently originally made for my Growing up 80's party, as well as my daughter's Too Cool for School Fashion Show. I erased the chalk locker designs, added a sage batik curtain and some coordinating bath decor on the shelf to transform it into a chic spa!