A fun twist at your wedding

November 09, 2017. Category: uncategorized

One of our favorite new trends is tassels. Incorporating tassels into your wedding or party decor can add a fun and effervescent feel to the atmosphere on your special day!

Tassels are a fantastic way to add a unique twist to an old classic. These escort cards were given an upgrade by adding different colored tassels, and are a great way to set the tone for a fun and lively celebration!

A photo wall is a perfect way to get guests involved in your celebration, and having tassels in the background takes the fun one step further!

This couple added a fun and creative touch to their wedding photos by adding tassels to their balloons.


A great way to incorporate tassels into your wedding is through jewelry! These Vanessa Mooney and Bauble Bar earrings add a fun pop of color that your bridesmaids will love.


This one year old’s birthday needed to be just as adorable as she is, and there was no better way to do that than to add a tassel garland to her high chair.


Tassel napkin ties are the perfect way to add your own unique flair to a wedding staple. These napkin ties are sure to impress your guests at the table!

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Super Sunday without the Super Stress

February 04, 2016. Category: catering, cooking, details, diy, event, how to, uncategorized

With a die-hard Denver Broncos fan on our team in Cindy, we couldn’t let the Super Bowl Sunday go by without a blog post. We have pulled together a few of our favorite Super Bowl entertaining tips and put together a cute downloadable version of Cindy’s favorite Super Bowl predictions game for you to print out and play with your friends. So get cooking, drink up and Go Broncos!

(This post may or may not have been written by aforementioned die-hard Broncos fan)

These adorable and easy to make cutlery cans (see instructions here) are the perfect way to add a little football flare to your Super Spread.


Aimee’s go to Super Bowl snack is the Barefoot Contessa’s caramelized onion dip (here). And who could forget the drinks! Consider calling in tired on Monday morning and making a crowd favorite Beer-Rita (here).


Don’t forget to have activities for those that may not be the biggest football fans. Fun activities like our downloadable predictions game (click here to download printable version) are the perfect way to engage those there for the pigs in a blanket and not the pigskins.


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Happy Hanukah!

December 06, 2015. Category: uncategorized
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Flower Girls and Ring Bearers

July 06, 2015. Category: kids, uncategorized

Is there anything cuter than a flower girl and ring bearer walking down the aisle? We don’t think so! We have put together some helpful tips to make sure that the littlest members of your bridal party feel included and special without tiring them out or asking too much.

Dress them up

You flower girl will love that she gets to wear a special dress, consider having her wear a white dress to match you or one in the same color of your bridal party.  Don’t forget a flower headpiece or pomander to complete her look. As for the ring bearer, depending on his age he might be able to where a suit just like the groomsmen, but if that is too much consider just a matching bow tie or suspenders.


Photography: Stephen Dohring

Include them in your pictures

There are so many great ways to incorporate the littlest members of your bridal party. Talk to your photographer about some of their ideas and, in the meantime, take a look at some of ours:


Photography by: Patricia Lyons (left) Kate Headley (right)

Be cognizant of their ages

Remember that the younger your flower girl and ring bearer are, the harder it will be for them to make it through the ceremony fuss-free. Here are some tips:

Have the parents of your flower girl/ring bearer sit close to the front during the ceremony so that they can take a break and sit with mom and dad if they get tired (they can also help coax the little ones down the aisle if shyness rears its head). If the parents are in your bridal party, have your flower girl/ring bearer stand with mom or dad during the ceremony.


Photography by: Gabe Aceves 

Make sure the little ones get to practice too! Don’t count them out of the rehearsal just because they’re young. Walk them through the process and let them know what they should do if they forget something, need a break, or get bored.

Finally, consider getting an on-site sitter to watch the children and play with them during the reception. That way, mom and dad can have fun celebrating with you and your new spouse while the little ones remain entertained.

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Happy Fourth of July!

July 02, 2015. Category: uncategorized
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