Roll out the red carpet and create your own Hollywood using these red carpet theme party ideas! You’ll throw a VIP party that no one will ever forget! While the Circus’ birthday is in May, she started talking party themes in January. And promptly after her birthday party this year, she started talking themes for…
Whoever said a farm birthday party couldn’t be stylish too? These farm themed birthday party ideas prove that a farm party can be both fun and filled with adorable and humorous party decorations. When the Circus decided she wanted a farm theme party for her 6th birthday this year, I was totally on board, but…
Every year, I make a customized birthday party invitation for the Circus’ party. This year, it’s a farm themed birthday, so I made farm birthday invitations. It’s actually pretty easy to make your own invitations and on top of that, it’s much more affordable than buying customized ones via other sources. Use this guide to…
Once more, its that time of the year.
When Mama drinks a little more cheap beer than usual.
When she may cry simply because the streamers aren’t twisting just right.
When she is hovering on the edge of a nervous breakdown.
That’s right, its birthday season around here.
Why I put this much stress on myself for the kid’s party, I do not know. I mean, let’s be honest. The minute the kid dropped her first cuss word, that mother of the year award was out of my reach.
As if a perfectly decorated birthday party would bring it back.
One thing however, that is going right in the birthday planning is this DIY party invitation using PicMonkey*.
Bless you, PicMonkey.
Bless you for helping me keep a little piece of what sanity I have left.
I was secretly MIA last week on a beach vacation. It was great, but of course I’m playing catch-up. So today, I’m going to share the last of my DIY party decorations from the Care Bear & Rainbow Birthday party.
This Happy Birthday sign was easy to make and got the job done.
There is no doubt in my mind that my kid loves her father much more than she loves me.
That’s ok, and really its no surprise.
With the exception of summer, she’s stuck with me for at least eight hours a day.
Eight hours of random dance parties, eight hours of DIY projects, eight hours of hearing me scream at the dogs, eight hours of reruns of Sex and the City.
Wait a minute, why doesn’t she love me the most? Obviously, I am the most awesome parent alive.
Although, maybe not the most award winning one…
Adding to her reasons of why I’m not her favorite would be this lovely birthday hat I made her.
I find it adorable.
She refused to wear it for more than 30 seconds.
As you may well know, kid’s birthday parties can get expensive really quick.
And I’m not even talking about their gifts. I’m talking about feeding everyone, decorations, invitations, etc.
I like to DIY as many party decorations as I possibly can to save money.
I first showed you my easy party backgrounds last year when I did one for the kid’s 1st birthday party. This year, I added a bit more umph to it.
Seriously y’all, I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy to have a birthday party over with.
Not that it wasn’t a great little party and yes, I’m a little sad the kid is growing up so fast, but party planning and party decorating for kids birthdays are just. so. exhausting.
Can I get an amen?
This year we opted for a Care Bear and Rainbow Party for the kid’s birthday. When I started planning it, she was really into her stuffed bears, by the time the party rolled around she was really into her stuffed dogs. Can’t go anywhere without a stuffed dog these days.
Kid changes her mind more than I do.
I love a good cake topper because it can completely take a cake to the next level. Obviously, the most important part is how good the cake tastes, but we need a cute little topper too, right? My DIY cake topper can easily be made in under 30 minutes – and no fancy cutting machines…
Today, I have another DIY party decoration from the blue and pink 1st birthday party to share with you! This one is a big more personal and everyone loved seeing it at the party. I created a birthday photo collage with photos of the kid from her first year. Birthday Number Photo Collage For baby…
We made it through year one. No serious injuries, no serious sickness, only busted her lip a few times, fell off the couch and bed a couple times, multiple bruises, and I only let her eat a clump of dirt once. We. Survived. It. Hallelujah. To celebrate the big day, we threw a blue and pink…
Looking for a simple to make, yet adorable DIY birthday banner? Look no further! This DIY banner is easily made with a printable template, card stock, scissors and markers. You can fully customize it to match your party’s decor!
Can’t find the perfect party hat for the big bash? Don’t fret! Make your own DIY birthday hat in no time using this tutorial for how to make a party hat out of paper! It’s super easy using the provided party hat template!
Learn how to make your own party invitations with this PicMonkey invitation tutorial! You can customize it with any colors or fonts of your choice. This post contains affiliate links for your shopping convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. With the kid’s 1st birthday quickly approaching, I realized I had better get some invitations…