Archive for February 2016 | Monthly archive page
In case you missed Part 1: Unicorn Birthday Party Ideas, make sure you check that out now. We talk about the importance of a well designed invitation to set the tone of the party. We also discuss fun food ideas. This is Part 2: Unicorn Birthday Party Decorations, where we will focus on some of the decorations we used + party favors.
Decorations are an important part of any party or event. Your decorations can be simple or elaborate. Just make sure they match your theme and you stick to the color palette you selected. I usually add in decorations any way that I can. You can hang decorations, tie them to things, add stickers to embellish, or any other way you see fit.
Welcome to part 1 of a 2 part party post. This post will focus on setting the tone of your Unicorn party from your invitations down to your menu selection. We will also discuss how to add in food that is not only theme appropriate, but decorative too. The second post will cover décor + party favors.
Unicorn birthday parties are all the rage right now. My daughter, Kennedy is obsessed with My Little Ponies, but we decided to do a non-commercial party. We took all of the aspects that we loved from the traditional My Little Ponies such as bright rainbow colors, unicorns, and other magical elements and created our own unique unicorn party. This theme is super fun and lends itself to many creative elements. Check out all the fun things we created . . .
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. When you have a family, sometimes it’s easier to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home with your spouse and kids. We partnered up with Ciao Bella Gelato + Sorbetto, who was kind enough to sponsor this post, and came up with a fun cocktail that you can make right at home. Guess what? We only used two ingredients! Simple and easy. We thought you’d like that! Also, it’s just as easy to create a mocktail version that the kids will love too.