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Serving the Right Drinks Will Make (or Break) Your Summer Party

With all the various types of water out there and all of the hype that goes with each, it can be easy to become confused about which kinds of water is best for your health and tastes good. And, you may end up struggling with environmental concerns of bottled water versus the chemicals in tap water’s issues.  According to CleanerSofterWater.com, the best kind of water for mixing drinks is filtered water to improve the taste.

That is why we came up with this article to help clear up confusion and …

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Make A Big Splash At Your Next Pool Party!

Summer, warm weather, no school, it is some much fun to host a pool party. If you are a pool enthusiast, chances are you entertained or have been invited to various pool parties before. And when that’s true, it’s tough to think of a pool party ideas that are unique. But you do not have to worry about that!

Here are a few tips and theme ideas that will guide you in hosting the best pool party for adults or children that will not be forgotten by your guests.…

Start Planning an A+ Graduation Party

The summer brings over the sunshine and a deserved break from school.  April or May is the perfect time to plan that graduation celebration! Your graduate worked hard for that diploma or degree.

Now it’s your time to plan a party to do something for your graduate. Start by going through our party planning guide to throwing an A+ bash. As you already know, planning a party is not so easy.

By following the schedule given below and staying organized, you can throw a graduation party for your guest …

beer sampling party with music

Rhythm And Brews Evening Party

Make your Summer refreshing and joyful with a Rhythm and Brews party. Some top-notch decorations, finger-Lickin’ barbecue recipes, and (of course) beer sampling create this celebration to be the party of the season. Hold on to your hats, let’s get ready to have fun!!

Event Planning Guide

1. Build The Party

A home-built, classic truck, and country odes, like plaid tablecloths and guitars, makes this celebration authentic and fun. We reveal our secrets for throwing an ideal backyard barbecue ever.…

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Captain Jake And The Never Land Pirate Party Ideas

Jake and The Never Land Pirates Birthday Celebration is so much fun and there are many things to share! As making “fun foods” is key for this party, we will share lots of ideas. So let’s get started, I believed all our pirate food (aka”buccaneer grub”) is fairly easy to make.  The food has a nautical spin on some of the items.

The small touches make it more fun! Here is the menu:

Follow The Clues To A Secret Agent Party

For hundreds of years, the secret world of spies has fascinated adults and kids fueled by mystery books and movies. It is no surprise that kids request a mystery celebration when their birthdays roll around.

Here are some fun ways to organize a mystery or spy theme and provide your birthday child an unforgettable party.…

spa day party at home

Have Your Own Spa Day Party

If the weekend is intended to be an escape from everyday pressures, why are you spending it purchasing overpriced drinks at a crowded pub? Then, waiting a long time for a table in the trendy new restaurant that started up down the street. And finally, finishing the night off by sitting in traffic trying to get home?

It’s time to treat yourself to some relaxation and pampering -we are talking about the joys of a spa day. And there is no need to pay major bucks when you can …

“Somewhere Over The Rainbow” Theme Party Ideas

We Are Seeing Rainbows, Blue Skys, And White Clouds

For a child’s first birthday party this will be an extraordinary event. Though she/he might not recall their  1st birthday event, for the longest time, you want to make the rainbow themed party memorable for the entire family.

When I started thinking about topics, those ‘kiddie’ themes began flying through my mind. At last, I chose the rainbow theme, and that suited perfectly. A one-year-old or any toddler aged child brings so many colors into our lives,  cannot think of any …

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Let’s Celebrate Your Child’s First Communion

Planning for your child’s First Holy Communion is indeed a special occasion. After Baptism but before Confirmation, children usually experience their first communion when he or she is seven to eight years old, depending on the religion might be older. Entertaining a First Communion party to recognize your first Eucharist ceremony of your child is a significant gesture.

Your daughter or son has ultimately completed communion courses in preparation for this moment. Quite often, a communion party with family and close friends reiterates how blissful taking steps towards faith can …

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Inspire Young Minds To Read By Throwing A Book Party

Many schools have an “include all” birthday-party policy, in which the whole class is invited as you can guess the birthday child had a mountain of presents, out of which most of them were toys. If you reside in a small home or an apartment as you can imagine you don’t have room for those new toys and are dreading the clutter they presented.

What is more, your child may not like the toys that they get, which might prompt unnecessary drama.

We all know that books are the …

new years eve party guide

New Year’s Eve Party Guide

 

The beginning of the New Year calls for a memorable celebration with family and friends! New Year’s Eve can sneak up on you after Christmas and Thanksgiving festivities take all your time up. New Year’s Eve parties, whether romantic or theatrical, are full of energy and surprises.

By hosting a fun get-together with party planning ideas below ring in the best New Year this time around.…

Children’s Thanksgiving Holiday Party

How To Host A School Thanksgiving Celebration

Give some thought to all the activities you consider you can do with your students, and realize time constraints due to a short month that is already packaged with parent/teacher conferences and a week off school.

But thankfully, this project is less trouble than it sounds. Promise!

And actually, a Thanksgiving party in a classroom might be more comfortable than let’s say a Halloween party at home. Here are ways to make it effortless.…

Boy’s Party Theme Based On Children’s Book “I Stink!”

We had the joy of working with a new customer this year on a Sweet Sixteenth. We truly hit it off, so she asked me to design and decorate her children’s parties this year. Susie told me the funniest story about her son’s love for a book on garbage collection in New York known as “I Stink!”.

We purchased the book and loved the concept of a celebration about Trash & Recycling!

Can you imagine a Garbage Party without recycling? The children will have an opportunity to learn …

nautical party theme

Nautical Party Theme For Birthdays or Baby Showers

Nautical First Birthday theme was used for Issue 5 of Bird’s Party Magazine. Their work was contributed by several vendors (see pages 116 – 121), and we all did an excellent job pulling a very cute & inspired party that would also interpret marvelously to a nautical themed baby shower!

Party Highlights To Look For

  • Marvelous nautical rope cake pops with “Ahoy” flags, you can make your own with rope from the hardware store and use clothespins to attach small flags.
  • Wonderful anchor-shaped ribbon wreath!
  • Two distinct bunting