I have to tell you my sister is amazing! My little sister in law is expecting her first baby in May and we of course wanted to put a shower together. We got together with her sisters and off we went. My sister and mom did all the decorations for this shower. I’m sad my life didn’t let me contribute but it was perfect!
Let me tell you about the backdrop. My sister took an old vanity and painted it. Then she took ribbon and made a beautiful backdrop!
They went with the pink a gold theme with hot air balloons.
These kept the shower tables cute and didn’t take over the tables. I love the air balloons.
Of course you need the baby name on display. The letters were 1/2 off at hobby lobby so it was only 99 cents
A party isn’t a party without desserts.
The party favors had candy and air ballon themed Chapstick.
If you’ve seen my blog before you know I love party fans! These were purchased at zurchers along with the garland.
There you have it. The food table. We are fruit and chicken salad sandwiches. They have great salad at Costco.
Last but not least we had a baby headband area. My mom bought a set on etsy. It was $40 for all the flowers, bows, elastic, and gems. We used an old candle holder to hold the newly made headbands
We are excited to meet this new little one! Hope you enjoyed it!
I’m ready for fall, are you!!!???
I absolutely love this adorable party. My friend since I was a kid had an beauitiful party for her daughters first birthday! I just have to share it!
I love this backdrop! Fishscales from paper.
Cute and tasty looking treats.
Looks so yummy! She stuck with the theme with all the food.
I love the desserts. Shells for chocolate mold are prefect. She did a beautiful job.
Photo booth time!!! She was always a great artist.
Smash cakes are a must with little ones!
This is a great way to start the decorations!
Hats off to you my friend! You did a terrific job!!!
Ready for a party?! We have a party every 4th of July!
Check out the previous 4th of July parties in the holiday section. Here is the last party!
This cute site had some great ideas for the 4th of July that won’t break the bank!!
Every year I host a 4th of July party. I absolutely love doing it. In Utah you can buy big fireworks. Yes some of them are not super safe but it is awesome.
This is a dessert table. The party is at https://partydimetime.com/2013/07/02/fourth-of-july-dessert-table/
For more 4th of July parties go to the category section and select holidays. Stay turned for all the cute 4th of July parties I find online!
Hey Everyone! I’m sorry I have been gone for so long. This is what has happened. I had a beautiful baby boy in September. After that you have a lot of Holiday fun stuff. After the Holiday we took our kids to Disneyland and when we got back my husband lost his job to a buy out. So to say the least we have been a little busy. Luckily for us my husband found and started a job 2 weeks after he lost his job so he is now somewhere that he absolutely loves! So the reason I told you this is because When my daughter turned 8 I really had to figure out how to do it with a ZERO budget. So here we go.
My daughter turned 8 and in our faith you are the privilege to be baptized. So my awesome little girl made the choice to be baptized.
This is my dress from when I was baptized. She loved it and it has that vintage flare that is in right now. I lucked out there.
Now here you have it! These were the table decorations. The door store frames were wood. I could of painted them but with all the stress at the time we kept it simple and cute. The mini picture holders were in a pack of 4 for 2.99 at hobby lobby and we had 4 tables to it was perfect. I cut the flowers out with a cricket machine that my mom has. The paper for the whole decorations for the party was 7.99. I bought it at a scrapbook warehouse.
I absolutely love this banner. This is NOT my idea. I found it on pinterest. https://www.etsy.com/listing/186612323/great-to-be-8-girl-party-printable-set?ref=shop_home_active_10. This is a printable party set. I didn’t have a printer that worked at the moment and didn’t have money to fix it so I had to make it from the pack of paper that I bought. My mom’s cricket machine saved my life. It turned out even better than I thought.
Here is it up close so you can see it’s layered.
Dessert! I got donuts and made them into 8s. I made it pretty simple with cupcakes, cake, pudding cups, and cake bites. the glitter 8 was .50 cents because the stick was broken. It was an easy fix.
I love the cake bites. I had a flower cupcake tin and it made all these cute flowers. The glaze is just powder sugar, milk, and vanilla. Add a little food coloring and you have different color frosting to eat with your cake.
The other big money saver is all the help I got from my family.They were such a huge help in a crappy and wonderful time. We had such an amazing time celebrating my daughter and I hope you enjoy.