Spy Party

I hope everyone is having a great day! Today I just wanted to share my nephew’s party with you. It’s a Spy Party! 

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ImageNever think that steamers are bad. They are awesome and can really save your budget.

ImageThe garland is made from dollar store money. String and money!

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Center piece. The hats were bought at the second hand store. The boys loved it!

ImageThey got spy glasses and a mustache for there disguise. They did finger prints and had their own finger print on their code name badges.

ImageStamp pads were used to do the finger prints. 

ImageI just gotta say I love my sister and she cracks me up. She was the head of the agency and really got the kids excited. 

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They had to complete an obstacle course. The birthday boy got to set it up. He made him feel like it was his big day.

ImageWatch out for the laser beams! The kids got to go through and not touch the beams. 

ImageAll the kids got a “bomb” and they got to pop it and they got a white piece of paper that would have a part of secret code to open the briefcase.

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So here is how it works. Before she put the white strip of paper in the balloons she wrote a number in white crayon. After they popped the balloons and had there papers they got to paint over the paper with water color a reveal the number. For them it was magic!

ImageWe lucked out that my dad still had is old beifcase that had a combo lock. 

ImageThe case was full of money and candy with money wrappers. It was a great replacement for a pinata! 

ImageThe last game I thought was awesome and it was prefect for older kids. All of these pictures were taken of things around the house. They had to take the picture and find that object. 

ImageThey all loved this game and some of them were pretty hard. It was great.

ImageA perfect ending to any party is cake! This bomb cake is a round cake with airheads to made the line of the bomb. 

ImageThey used sparklers instead of candles. It was great!

I hope you love this as much as we all did. If you like it please let me know! We are on facebook, instagram, twitter, blog lovin, and pinterest. There are so many ways to follow! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Princess Tea Party!

My niece had a princess tea party! It was beautiful.

ImageThe chalk board was there at the front to welcome all the guest. Most of the props came from http://vintageironrentals.com/.

ImageThey had to go through the curtain to enter the tea party.

ImageLove this paper and hemp banner!

ImageThese fans are a great way to save some money.

ImageThis is where they put all the gifts for the party.

ImagePaper pendants and pearls are perfect for a princess party.

ImageVintage decor to match the party. http://vintageironrentals.com/

ImageAll the little girls got a flower box (dollar tree) with a glitter ring inside.

ImagePerfect for little girls. Pb&j sandwiches, celery, chocolate dipped fruit, and other finger foods. The cake was adorable and perfect. It was purchased from Kolher’s in Lehi for $10!!! It was a total steal!

ImageGlass slipper, crowns, and castle sandwiches.

ImagePink cookie sticks (dollar tree)

ImageChocolate drizzled grapes. So good.

ImageCelery sticks.

ImageLove the sliver and pearls.

ImageThese fans were all along the glass back door and it was so cute.

ImageThe “tea” was water with milo flavor. They could add as much of the magical color as they wanted.

ImageThe whole spread.

ImageIt’s amazing what you can do with a paper box.

ImageThe party bags were perfect. Every princess needs a wand and some glasses.

ImageAll the kids dressed up in there dresses and had to find the glass slipper!

ImageDress ups and a long mirror. Just let the girls play!

ImageThey all got to make there own take home bag. Felt, jewels, and glue.

ImageEvery princess got to take a picture with a cute frame!

Loved this party! Most of what you saw here can be rented at http://vintageironrentals.com/. It’s totally worth checking out! Hope you have a great day! href=”https://partydimetime.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/20130729-175113.jpg”>20130729-175113.jpg

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Circus Bridal shower

My sister in-law had a adorable party that had a circus theme. Ann Stone, Michelle’s aunt, was the one that set up this wonderful party. I just had to share it. Image

We had a lot of fun. They made a “photo booth” With a banner and fabric. They did it in a hallway and had lots of props to play around with.

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It’s not hard to do but so cute.

ImageThey also had a circus tent of all the gifts.

ImageThey had games and you won tickets. This one you had to throw buttons into the mason jars.

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The signs had a vintage feel.

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They made this bean bag game with one of the couples engagements photos.

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They had a “kissing booth” where you had to pin a kiss on the grooms face. Loved it. 

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They printed out little lips and you put your name on the back to see who got closest. 

ImageThe sign was the the hallways so you knew where to go. 

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These shower had lots of food! It all went with the theme. Corndogs, popcorn, big pickles, cupcakes, and fruit. ImageThe Invites were also the theme. They did a great job. 

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ImageThis was the best personal touch of the evening. They had this sign and banner where she sat to open all her gifts. This was a wonderful shower and I love that I have a new sister in-law!

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Party garland!

My mom is a genius and made this birthday party garland for Shaylie’s Jessie party. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Jessie, she is from Toy Story 2. She is a cowgirl that is friends with woody and bullseye the horse. Image

I took this picture the night of the party. The garland looked great during the day but at night it really looked great

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So this is how she did it. She got a normal string of christmas lights and first added the ribbon.

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The ribbons were a cowgirl theme and the colors of the party. She also added tulle.

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added wooden cut outs from Hobby Lobby and they are about 49 cents each. There was a horse, a boot, and a red star.

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Then for a personal touch she added cow frames (dollar frames add the cow spots) with the birthday girls picture. And there you go!

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Just as cute as at night!