Mother's Day is less than a week away and moms everywhere deserve to be pampered on their special day. Stella & Dot allows you to lavish mom with boutique style jewelry and accessories she is bound to love without exceeding your budget. We were pleasantly surprised to find multiple gifts under $50. Although we adore the entire Stella & Dot Collection, this year we decided to feature statement necklaces – a piece of jewelry every mom would love to own but might hesitate to buy for herself! Continue Reading →
Loving these children's summer camp essentials and ideas from Minted! They are all #toocute. And since it is already mid-May, it is none to early to place your order for your campers' personalized stationery, journals, and name labels. And don't forget the stamp!
Summer camp is the place that children have the time to step back from their daily routines and discover and/or explore their passions. It is also the time for many kids to take a break from technology and revert to old fashioned pen and pencil. Although, at the time, letters home can be a source of parent consternation, we promise, if you save those letters, they will elicit peels of laughter for many years to come. We recently found one of Izzy's famed letter's home that simply read “COME GET ME NOW!” on her customized camp stationery. The fact that we received the letter at least 2 weeks after it was written proved to have been a good thing. By the time these hovering parents called the camp, all was good! Continue Reading →
Wow! Look what we found – officially licensed MLB team party invitations & matching thank you notes. What could be more perfect for a baseball theme party this summer! Lots more team invitations available.
Celebrate your MLB fandom with this invitation and thank you card set! Get the party started with these team invitations and end it all on a high note with the thank you cards. Your guests will love to celebrate your fanaticism when they get these cards and invitations with printed team graphics. Let everyone in on your love for your team with this set! Continue Reading →
A celebration filled with peanuts, popcorn & cracker jacks is a winning party theme for baseball fans of all ages.
With another baseball season off to a start this week, we thought it would be a perfect time to update our baseball theme party. So many great ideas for your baseball birthday party, baby showers, and baseball viewing and tailgate parties, if we do say so ourselves. Play Ball!
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Don't forget to print out a few printable patriotic games for your Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day Celebration Parties. They are not very expensive so even if you don't end up using them this time, you will have unlimited printouts for 90 days which takes you way past Labor Day.
We love to have these games on hand just in case … just in case it rains, just in case the little kids (or the big kids) get antsy, just in case your party extends well into the evening after the sun goes down and the lawn games get put away. Printable games are also a perfect evening activity when camping since they are light weight and easy to transport. Consider printing on recycled paper. Additionally, if you are looking for classroom activities for a patriotic school party, these are both educational and fun.
All six of these printable patriotic games will keep your guests guessing and laughing plus you can personalize all of them.
We love summer! The days are warm, the nights are long and it is a perfect opportunity to gather friends and family together to party and create lasting memories. It all begins with a simple invitation. As you well know, PartyIdeaPros.com believes invitations are essential to a successful party. Yes, a quick phone call, email, or text message gets the job done but a mailed invitation actually sets the tone and creates excitement for your party. Our very informal non-scientific poll indicates that 82% of Americans actually hang their invitations on their refrigerator, ensuring your guest will glance at your invitation at least a dozen times each day. Continue Reading →