Posts Tagged ‘Newsletter’
Bridal showers are some of my favorite parties to look at because they are always a celebration of love. What could be more hopeful and romantic... a party for someone embarking on that special life journey with a soul mate. So, if your about to get married and are looking for some wonderful bridal shower themes, look no further! We've got just what you need for the perfect celebration.
Get ready to swoon over these gorgeous bridal showers... Yes, I'm a big weepy romantic. :)
Now that Mother's Day is behind us -- hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day, by the way -- we're sharing these fantastic I Love Fishing Father's Day Free Printables designed for us by partyandprintables.com.
What an adorable collection. I love how they're sweet but still masculine!
It's 9pm and your daughter announces that there's a charity bake sale tomorrow at school and she has to bring something the next morning. What do you do? You make these easy Reese's Peanut Butter Cup brownies and all is right with the world. If only everything in life could be this simple!
These brownies are delicious. They turn out chocolatey, peanut buttery, and the best part is the chopped Reese's on top. I promise, these brownies will sell out super quick at the bake sale, which means more kisses for Mommy! Win-win!
Thanksgiving is two weeks away, and if you're looking for an easy festive cocktail, check out our bright and tasty caramel apple sangria.
Nothing says fall like the flavors of caramel and apple. When I was a kid, we used to go to an apple orchard every year around Thanksgiving, and my mom would buy me a big caramel apple. Talk about sticky heaven!
Here's an awesome idea for your Halloween party: serve candy in candy bowls (see what we did there).
Your guests will love this twist. Plus, these white chocolate ghost bowls are simple to make and your kids can even help... unless they start using the water balloons for actual water balloons. Then send them outside.
It's that time of year when we start seeing the "You've Been Boo'd" signs showing up in our neighborhood. My daughter loves the tradition, especially the secret part... Who "boo'd" us? Whom did you "boo"?
For those who haven't heard about it, it's a fun way to spread the excitement of Halloween (and treats) among friends and neighbors. It's a little like a chain letter mixed with Secret Santa, and it's taking neighborhoods by storm!