Posts Tagged ‘parties’

Riddle Me This: A Puzzle Birthday!

From crosswords to Twister, Jenga to rubix cubes, this puzzle birthday party has decorating, food and activity ideas to make the puzzle lover in your house happy and loved!

It took us *forever* to decide on a theme for Luke’s birthday. And, with sports schedules, life schedules and general craziness, we weren’t able to formally celebrate the big day until well after his official 8th birthday. Life, am I right?! After watching him solve puzzles like a pro, it was at my mom’s suggestion…

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The Best of 2016

I always love the “best of” lists people write: best photos, best blog posts, best recipes, best everything. It’s such a glimpse into life, isn’t it? 2016 was beautiful, and hard, just like most years. With age, I’m starting to truly understand that no year is perfect, rather it’s our perspective that changes. We learn…

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A Stellar Star Wars Birthday Bash

Have a Star Wars fanatic on your hands? This party is full of fun food ideas, party games, decorations and party favors to make your next galactic shin dig a total blast.

Star Wars. The theme we loved so much we partied twice. Shortly after the first Star Wars shindig, John Paul said, “Wouldn’t that be fun to do for mine?” Yes, yes it would. Honest point of planning though – doing a party for 100 was much easier than for 10. I think it was all…

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First Communion: The After Party

Planning a First Communion party for your son or daughter? Get ideas for party food (including cake, cookies, munchies and drinks), along with printables, flower and design ideas. Make this party as special as the Sacrament itself!

Y’all will get the full 411 on Clare’s big day this week. But first, let’s talk sugar and fajitas, shall we? If you’ve been reading the blog for any amount of time, you know how much I dig the party. Always have. Just ask my mom. A few weeks ago, I shared how to plan…

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Love is in the Details: Preparing for an Easter Feast

I hope you haven’t given up on Lent.  The holiest week of the year is nearly upon us and even if these (almost) 40 days haven’t been what you hoped, there’s still time to jump on the train. If Gary Chapman’s book, The 5 Love Languages, had one more language I’m really hoping it would…

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