Pink Ballerina Tutu Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

Ballerina Tutu Birthday PartyBallerina Tutu Birthday Party

Pink Ballerina Tutu Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

We will fess up, many of us here at Party Idea Pros childhood dreams were to be ballerinas mostly because we loved dancing and wearing tutus. Combine the two and you have the inspiration for this party theme. If you have an aspiring ballerina in your house, this Ballerina Tutu party theme will make her twirl with delight!

The soft pink, ballerina-themed décor is perfect for dancing the day away with friends. By gathering the best of the best in ballerina tutu party supplies, our goal is to  make it easy to host a dainty dance party for your little ones on their big day. You will find matching ballerina dinner and dessert plates, napkins, cups, balloons, games, piñatas and more. We have even featured supplies to make your twinkle toes feel like a dancing princess, including sparkle ballerina shoes, fairy ballerina costumes, and tiny tiaras! Additionally, we have included so many more cute ballerina tutu birthday ideas from invitation options to printable ballerina tutu birthday party decor & favors to fun party activities to food ideas to special gifts for the birthday girl. Continue Reading →

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Party Theme Planning, Ideas & Supplies

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Party Ideas

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Party

Whether you call it Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Star Light Star Bright this is an adorable birthday party theme for your little one or add a bit of sophistication, and the theme works for any age.  A Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Party also makes for a fun baby shower theme, school dance or prom theme, sweet sixteen, quinceanera or bar mitzvah celebration, or  fundraiser.

Update! For the next few weeks (thru mid September 2016) Beau-coup is offering up to 25% OFF many of their Twinkle Twinkle party favors and decor. Each day’s deal will be clearly posted at the top of the page. Here are just a few of the adorable products available.

Continue Reading →

Gender Neutral Woodland Animals Baby Shower Party Supplies

Woodland Animals Baby Shower Party Supplies

The inspiration for this party came from Pam who contacted us searching for gender neutral woodland animals party plates, napkins & cups. She originally visited our post on Fox Theme Party Planning, Ideas, Decor & Supplies and although there are lots and lots of cute ideas, it does not feature exactly what she is looking for. So our team here at PIP cranked into high gear and began searching specifically for party supplies & ideas that could work at a gender neutral woodland animals theme baby shower.

Some of the products we came up with will need to be modified, slightly. For example, we found cute paper goods that work except the napkins say “Happy Birthday”. No big deal >> simply substitute a coordinating solid color. Similarly, we found some adorable plates and napkins but no corresponding cups. This too is an easy enough fix –remember everything does not have to match exactly and if you really want the same pattern on everything, you can always add a matching sticker. Continue Reading →

Start a Healthy Winter Tradition – Host your 1st Annual Soup Swap Party!

Soup Swap Party Invitation

Plan a Soup Swap Party

Soup Swap Party

Another who woulda thunk it moment! January 21st (the 3rd Saturday of January) is this year’s 12th Annual Soup Swap. We originally read about this creative party idea in Sara McColl’s Yahoo article entitled “The Only Party Invitation We Want This Time of Year” and followed the link chain to the the Soup Swap Facebook page. I guess it shouldn’t surprise anyone that we were intrigued. A winter party theme that is easy to organize, allows you to keep your weight loss / get healthy resolutions, has very little cost associated with it. And best of all you get to go home with one of the best party favors ever –  6 quarts of delicious soups, enough for dinner for a week.

Soup Swap Party Supplies

What else you and your 5 guests will need:

  • Six (6) Quarts of delicious homemade freezable soup
  • Ball Wide Mouth Quart Jars with Lids and Bands
  • Each invitee should pour the soup into the individual mason jars.
  • Jars should be labeled with the chef’s name, the name of the soup and the date prepared (you can even include the mason jar labels with your invitations)

The host should prepare an extra pot of soup to be served with a loaf of warm bread and a bottle or two of fabulous discount wine at The Wine Spies.  For a limited time take an extra 5% off any Purchase at The Wine Spies! Use coupon code LINKSPY during checkout. Continue Reading →

Western Cowboy Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

Western Cowboy Theme Party Ideas, Planning & Supplies

Western Cowboy Theme Party Ideas, Planning & Supplies

Western Cowboy Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

Our western themed party ideas will help you plan an unforgettable cowboy party. This western party package includes invitations, decorations,  favors, and everything needed to make your western cowboy party a success!

Continue Reading →

Kwanzaa Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

happy kwanzaa partyKwanzaa Party Planning, Ideas & Supplies

December 26th – January 1st

It is about time we put together inspiration for Kwanzaa party planning,  ideas & supplies.  We are long overdue and sincerely apologize for this oversight.

THE MEANING OF KWANZAA

courtesy of Tea Collection

Kwanzaa is an African-American tradition that’s celebrated from December 26th through January 1st. It’s a fairly modern tradition that was founded by Dr. Maulana Karenga, a California State University professor, in 1966. Kwanzaa is Swahili for “first fruits” and symbolizes the first fruits of harvest. The celebration of Kwanzaa focuses on seven core principles, which each stand for an important African principle that reinforces community among African-Americans.

During the celebration, families light seven candles that are placed in a kinara. Each candle represents one of the core principles, which in Swahili are called “Nguzo Saba”. On the first day of Kwanzaa, families light the black candle, which represents unity (umoja). Each following day, one candle is lit and placed in the kinara. The green candles stand for self-determination (kujchagulia), collective work and responsibility (ujima) and cooperative economics (Ujanima). The red candles stand for purpose (nia), creativity (kuumba) and faith (imani). During Kwanzaa, children also receive gifts of books and symbols.

The books represent the value of learning and the symbols are meant to remind the child of their commitment to African traditions. The final day of Kwanzaa is a time for families to reflect and is meant for inward contemplation. The celebration of Kwanzaa isn’t religious, but is actually a tribute to African ancient cultural traditions and values. It’s a holiday structured on remembrance and culture awareness. Continue Reading →