Saturday, September 13, 2014

Hollywood Theme Bridal Shower

Check out the pictures from the Hollywood Bridal Shower that I had the pleasure of decorating a couple of weeks ago. The Bride-to-be could have not been more perfect for this theme. 
She is vibrant, sassy and fun!

It all started with this invitation that I created. It set the stage for a Hollywood Bash!

It felt only fitting that we needed popcorn to enjoy the show, so I created a popcorn and cupcake bar. We had three different types of popcorn bought from BJ's. It was a good amount for 40 people and everyone really enjoyed it. The cupcakes were custom Hollywood Cupcakes from CAKEXXI by Raquel.
The Large Hollywood Vinyl Star was bought from Shindigz. It was huge!  I cut it down in size in order to fit my backdrop board. The black and white table cloth was actually fabric that can be found at Ikea by the yard.   

I got the gold letter balloons from Balloon Fast. Believe me when I say, they were fast. The 16" balloons were a great alternative to getting the jumbo 36" balloons and at a fraction of the cost.  

They Wishing Tree I already had in my storage. But you can purchase one at efavormart.

I spray painted an old dress form that I had gold and also spray painted the Ikea picture frames. 
The centerpieces were made up of several different items.
 The foam comedy and tragedy mask were bought from Awesome Events. They came white.  I just spray painted them and added glitter and sealed them with Modge Podge Sealer. You can buy these in different sizes or already finished with glitter if you are not up for a craft. 
The gold film reel was also bought at Awesome Events. You can also purchase this in a variety of colors. 
The Clapboard was purchased at Shindiz. The film strip placed around the box was purchased on Amazon. I just added a couple of selflies of the Bride-to-be. 

The Red Carpet Personalized Standee! This was really fun. This was purchased at Shindigz.

As you can see, the Bride-to-be had a wonderful time and was all smiles. It wouldn't have been a red carpet event without her walking the red carpet. 

Red Carpet was rented from ABC Rental

All Pictures were taken by MadiWorxImages

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Hollywood Diva Bridal Shower Sneak Peek

I recently decorated a Hollywood Diva Bridal Shower. I don't have the professional pictures as of yet, but I wanted to show you all some of the decorations. More details of the event and where I purchased everything will be in a future post. You know I love to show you how you can make this all happen on your own!

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Gender Neutral Baby Shower-Bows and Bow ties

My Nieces Baby Shower was such a wonderful event. Since she did not know the gender of the baby, we did a Bow ties or Bows Baby Shower. The color scheme was red, blue and grey. Then I threw in fun stripes, polka dots and chevron. 

Invitation that I created set the tone for the day. 

One cake would not have been enough. So two it was. One Chocolate and the other Vanilla. So Delicious! Heather from Sugar Fairy Celebrations did it again. She also made the beautiful cake pops and the Bow and Bow tie cookies. 

Bow tie and bows Banner with the Mom-to-be's name

We had everyone grab a clip of what their prediction was. Then we played the game of "You can't say the word baby"

Whats a party without Pinwheels! All striped paper was found at Michaels. 

The Bows and Bow ties tooth picks, utensil bags and blue straws were purchased from the Pretty Paper Shop. They were perfect. Go check out her site. 

The bowls and popcorn boxes were a great Homegoods find.

My Niece had a wonderful time and was so grateful for all that attended. Can't wait till that ball of Sunshine arrives!

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Rock Climbing Party Featured!

So excited! My son's Rock Climbing Party was featured on Spaceship and Laser Beams. I had such a wonderful time doing this party. I'm happy that it is being shared with other boy party themes!

This is an absolutely wonderful site if you are searching for those unique boy themed birthday parties!

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Casino 40th Birthday

I recently decorated a 40th birthday party. Some people doubt that your home can be turned into a great party location. It is important to use separate areas of the house in order to accomplish a nice flow of a house party. 

The Fabulous Pictures were taken by one of my favorite photographers, Tim of Action Photo Studio. He did double duty action of the red carpet photos and party photos. I've never seen one person move so fast. Please go check out his Website. If you need a photographer I highly recommend him.

First was the main level. We utilized the eat in Kitchen area for the cake table, photo opts and food.
The cake was from Kake Korner in Laurel Maryland
 I made dice centerpieces to go with the theme. I used the boxes that I brought from Michael's a couple of years ago. These boxes have gotten a lot of use.

 I hung Jumbo size cards over the center island in the kitchen. The Jumbo Cards are from Shindigz
I created Food tent cards to go with the theme. 
We utilized the big wall space in the eat in kitchen for a red carpet and a Personalized Step and Repeat photo backdrop from Bing Banners. I had to join in the fun. 
 Then the party transitioned into a completely cleared out basement level. A private club Vegas styled atmosphere is what we were going for.

The red uplighting, high top tables with spandex table clothes and white leather chairs were rented from Showtime Events. It turned a regular basement into a Las Vegas Night Club.  
I accented the tables with two tiered dice centerpieces and personalized signs. The ceiling and wall decor included black paper lanterns and med sized hanging cards draping down the walls.  

Personalized table signs created by me. 

It wouldn't have been a casino party without Poker and Craps. ShowBiz Productions did a great job with entertaining the guest.

We also had a signature drink and personalized Rum

Hope You Enjoyed!

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