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Monday, February 13, 2017


With the mama-to-be being from England, it seemed that an elegant tea party was in order to celebrate her upcoming arrival. Delicate china, gorgeous flowers and dainty treats adorned the table. I especially love the vintage lace runner. It reminds me of the lacey accents my mom used to have around the house when I was much younger. The menu was just as lovely, featuring macarons, fruit tarts and tea sandwiches. Thank you to Utah's Kate Olson for capturing and sharing the details. See below for additional contributing vendors.
Photographer:   Kate Olson Photo//Event Planner: Hoopes Weddings and Events//Bakery:Ava Bakes Cakes //Model:Bethiah Sherwood//Floral Designer: Fleur and Stems //Design and Decor: Hayley Aiono//

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Thursday, February 9, 2017


Looking at these photos brought back smiling memories of my mom's 70th birthday party. My mom shed a few tears herself when she walked into her surprise celebration! Event planners, Fairy Godmother, combined this birthday lady's love for travel, reading and socializing. The memory board and old cameras are a couple of my favorite decor items. Best of all, you can see how much the birthday lady was surprised and appreciated everyone's efforts. Enjoy these photos taken by California's Theresa Wooner Photography.
Photographer:   Theresa Wooner Photography //: Fairy Godmother a Wedding & Event Company//Floral Designer: Flowers by Peter Perkens//Bakery: Heavenly Sweet Confections by C&D//Invitation Designer:Matinae Design Studio//Location:The Vintage Press//Linens and Coverings: Walker Lewis Rents//

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Thursday, January 26, 2017


If you're in the midst of the winter blues, this beautiful springtime bridal shower will perk up your senses with the theme of coffee and doughnuts. Event planner Fairy Godmother Events used vintage decor in a historic setting accented with colorful florals. If you're planning a shower for this spring, you'll find some lovely inspiration here. Thanks to California's Makenzie Photography for capturing and sharing this elegant shoot. Be sure to check out the list of participating vendors at the bottom.
Photographer:  Makenzie Photography // Beauty: Alivia Daniels // Bakery: AM Doughnuts Inc// Dress Store: Apricot Lane // Equipment Rentals: Best Party Rentals // Floral Designer: Carol Kuhn // Makeup Artist: Cassie Mulligan- Freelance Makeup Artist // : Fairy Godmother a Wedding & Event Company // Other: In Your Wildest Dreams // Beauty: Jana Maes // Invitation Designer: Matinae Design Studio // Restaurant: The Park at The Mark//

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Friday, January 20, 2017


This mom-to-be is such a history buff, that when she found out she was having a girl she immediately knew she would name her Amelia after her favorite person in history, Amelia Earhart. When her best friend learned about this, she went with an "Up and Away" themed baby shower. Her best friend made all the decor and spared no detail. Thanks to New Jersey's TLGreen Photography for sharing the day with us!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


We've all seen and do the wine charms... but I have to say I never thought of doing something to help party guests keep track of their beer or soda cans. I love this idea from Lydi Out Loud. She made cute helmets with a Cricut attached to elastic hair bands as "can charms." If you don't have a Cricut, you can use different colored footballs that would be easy to cut out.  Find this idea and more for your parties here.

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