I’ve partnered with Universal Pictures for this fun party and yummy recipe. Let’s Party!
An evening with your girlfriends to celebrate the release of Fifty Shades Darker featuring trendy grey marble patterns, copper accents and Red Wine Hot Chocolate! This night is sure to please the senses and enhance your desires!
This Valentine’s Day, slip into something a shade darker and throw a cocktail party your girlfriends are sure to love! With these simple tools, you can easily throw a Girl’s Night and still have time to party. Any good cocktail party must have three important things: great friends, tasty drinks and scrumptious appetizers. The key to making the whole party come together is presentation.
When Universal Pictures contact me about throwing a Fifty Shades Darker Masquerade Party, I pulled together some of my fave party trends with minimal effort. Currently, the copper trend is taking over from fashion to home to parties. Grab simple pieces that you can use to accessorize your display table. A punch bowl can be used to give height to a table and a tiered stand is perfect for appetizers. An easy way to change the look of your backdrop is to use wrapping paper. The shades of grey marble wrapping paper was easy to hang with pushpins. Simply layer with a shimmer metallic fringe backdrop and you have created a focal piece for your party setup. Just remember to have fun while planning the party and not to get stressed over the presentation.
Who-Ville Jubilee: Christmas Teacher Luncheon
A fun, bright colored luncheon featuring balloon garlands, fun patterns and paper cone trees!
Every year our Parent organization likes to put on an over-the-top event for 100 teachers celebrating and thanking them for educating our children. This year I chose the Grinch as the theme for our annual Christmas Teacher Luncheon. The bright colors, patterns and whimsical feel of the paper products, food and decorations made the day a perfect choice for the teachers. It was a day filled with games, prizes and laughs! From the sequin stocking invitation to the brown paper packages tied up with the Grinch it was a celebration to remember.