This is the Emoji Party I made for my son Dylan who turned 7! His dessert table included a three tier cake, poop emoji cupcakes, emoji cookies, emoji cupcakes, emoji cups filled with popcorn, waters with emoji labels, and jars filled with emoji keychains. His party included the dessert table, a food table with spaghetti, fettucine, Caesar salad, and garlic bread catered by DeLuca’s Pizza. A jumper, 2 giant trampolines, an emoji game, a slide show, birthday cake, and a piñata! Continue reading
My son Dylan turned 6 and wanted another Super Mario Party. This year his favorite Super Mario game is Super Mario 3D World, so I made a few decorations and games based on Super Mario 3D World. It was fun, and challenging since I have not seen any 3D World party decorations online!
My son is obsessed with Super Mario Bros! He had a Super Mario Bros party when he turned three, and now that he is turning five, he wants another Super Mario Bros party. That’s fine with me because I had a chance to make a cake bigger and better then his last birthday cake. (You can see the first Super Mario cake here) Continue reading
Today I am sharing my son’s first St. Patrick’s Day Party. It was everything he wanted, everything green, shamrocks, leprechauns, and gold coins! I wanted to make this St. Patrick’s Day Party a little healthier than my past parties. I decided to use the green color scheme to my advantage, and used many naturally green fruits and vegetables along with sugar free items, and of course some sweets too. I designed two different tables, let me know which one you like better! Continue reading
I created this Wizard of Oz Welcome Home Party for my mom who finally moved back to California after 4 years in Florida. I based the party around the famous line “There is no place like home” from the movie The Wizard of Oz. This was always one of our favorite movies growing up.
I just adore this watermelon theme party that I threw for my son, for an end of the summer bash with his neighborhood friends. From the invitation to the sweets, the decor to the favors, every last touch was watermelon themed in pink and green. It all starts with the perfect invitation. I designed this invitation on photo shop and printed it out on card stock. My son went around to all his little friends passing them out, and that was one of the high lights for him! Four years old is such a fun age!