Posts Tagged ‘Boho’

Boho Dreamcatcher DIY

by Jillian Leslie on

Boho chic parties are huge on Catch My Party, so we wanted to come up with an easy boho craft that would look great at a girl birthday, baby shower, bridal shower, and also as a decoration in a girl's bedroom. And what could be more boho chic than a dreamcatcher with pretty flowers?! See how simple this is to make!

Boho Dreamcatcher DIY

Mickey Mouse Birthday and More!

by Jillian Leslie on

My favorite parties this week include a Mickey Mouse Birthday, a ballerina birthday party, a rustic Spiderman party and a boho chic baby shower |

Be sure to check out this week's fantastic parties added to Catch My Party. All of them are so inspirational, but I do have to admit that the Mickey Mouse Birthday blew me away. You don't want to miss it!

It's always such an honor to share your wonderful parties on Catch My Party each week! It's amazing just how much your parties inspire others who are planning their very own. Thank you!

Little Pumpkin Fall Baby Shower and More!

by Jillian Leslie on

My favorite parties this week include a little pumpkin fall baby shower, a Moana birthday party, a boho Coachella party and a garden birthday brunch |

Again this week, many of you shared your fantastic parties on Catch My Party! Thank you so much. It's always an honor to share your wonderful hard work and hopefully help inspire others looking for great ideas.  Do keep them coming, and who knows maybe next week your party will be featured among my 4 favorites!

One that really stood out this week was the gorgeous little pumpkin fall baby shower which is so fitting for this time of year. I'm sure you'll love it as much as I did!

Bohemian Baby Shower and More!

by Jillian Leslie on

My four favorite parties this week: a Where the Wild Things Are party, an Easter dance party, a lumberjack birthday party, and a bohemian baby shower! |

This week there were so many fantastic parties added to our site, including a beautiful bohemian baby shower, I'm dying to show you!

But first, I went to Cincinnati last week to visit P&G, the Bounty headquarter, and I learned two important things: