Posts filed under Holidays

A Tasty Halloween from One Charming Party

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Hi everyone! Brittany from One Charming Party here. Halloween is a perfect time for parties, and we especially love to simplify prep time by using decorations for double duty. Today I'm going to share some of our favorite Halloween party decorations -- which also double as tasty treats! For our Halloween School Party last year, … { Continue Reading }

Throw a Halloween Horror Movie Night!

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Grab your fellow ghouls and goblins and throw a Halloween Horror Movie Viewing Party Rent the classic horror movies like Dracula (1931), The Haunting (1963), A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), and The Thing (1982). Check out this list of Top 25 Horror Movies of all time for more ideas! Any scary movie party needs treats, … { Continue Reading }

Host a Princess Pumpkin Tea Party!

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I love adding feminine touches to the holidays (see last year's Pink-O-Ween party as featured in Baby Lifestyles + Amy Atlas). Marcie Lenick (super talented party gal behind Celebrating Moments) loves the girly girl touches too! She is the designer behind this stylish and adorable Princess Pumpkin Tea Party! What a way to enjoy … { Continue Reading }

A Hoot of a Halloween Party!

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Hoot Hoot! We have a "Hoot of a Halloween Party" to share with you this fabulous Monday morning! Sent in by the talented Do Driver of Piggy Bank Parties, this party is oh so precious. Perfect for a Halloween Movie Night (sleepover!), backyard neighborhood party, or really any type of Halloween gathering!  Piggy Bank … { Continue Reading }

Mummies’ Little Monsters Halloween Party

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You're in for a TREAT today! We're sharing Beth Beattie's Mummies' Little Monsters Halloween Party! Full of cute Halloween details from DIY Monster Pumpkins (step-by-step instructions below) to mummy sippy cups and tissue paper ghosts! PARTY DETAILS from stylist, Beth Beattie: "The table had chalkboards as placemats with gauze … { Continue Reading }