Posts in the ‘Sweet 16’ Category
Luau and Hawaiian themed parties are so popular here at Catch My Party. As the weather gets warmer, it's a great excuse to get tropical and dust of your pineapple and flamingo decorations.
Turning sixteen is such an important milestone for a teenage girl approaching womanhood and should be celebrated accordingly with a sweet 16 birthday party that she'll remember for the rest of her life.
If you're daughter is celebrating her 16th birthday soon, then you don't want to miss the 14 most glamorous Sweet 16 party invitations we've rounded up for you.
Turning 16 (or 15 for a quinceañera) is such an important milestone in every girl's life and deserves to be celebrated with a magical sweet 16 birthday party!
If you are planning one, and need help with party supplies, look no further. We’ve rounded up the 12 best Sweet 16 birthday party supplies we could find to add some dazzle and style to your celebration!
What a great way to make a statement at a party. And the best part is, they're something new. You might have seen pomanders made with real flowers, but I bet not like this!
How cute are these cake favor boxes from Paper Cakes by Rachel. They're so cute I want to eat them.
Here are some other cute ones. (These, however, I don't want to eat.)
I just stumbled upon the Fry Girl, and even though I just threw Lainey's third birthday party, I'm already looking for cool ideas for the next one. And what cool idea is this -- piping hot mini donuts made fresh at your party. (They can even do fried candy bars, corn dogs, and traditional French fries if you want.)
Here's how it works. The Fry Girl sets up a mini donut machine at your event. Your guests watch as they make their "healthy" donuts. (Each donut made with 100% canola oil, has 26 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 3.5 carbs.) Then your guests get to top them with cinnamon sugar, vanilla, chocolate, raspberry, powdered sugar, Vermont maple sugar, or Oreo cookie crumbs. Sounds like a big yum to me, don't you think?
I love Cake Wrecks. It says on their blog, "When professional cakes go horribly, hilariously wrong." And boy do they...
Here are some of my favorite cake disasters:
I consider myself a mild foodie, I shop at the farmer's market almost weekly, and I go out of my way to avoid trans fats.
However, my husband and I were recently in North Carolina visiting family and we went to a local Walmart, walked down the snack aisle and couldn't resist the Hostess Cupcakes. I probably hadn't had one in twenty years. But I have to admit, it was pretty darn tasty. That's why when I saw these pictures I had to post them.