Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Thank you to Debbie Piombino of Party Patisserie for featuring the Sweet Lil' Cowboy Baby Shower today on her blog.  So blessed to be featured among so much creativity and talent on her site.  Please check out her website for amazing ideas!!

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Blessed Beyond Words...Imagine my disbelief when Holly of Paisley Petal Events contacted me to be featured on A Blissful Nest - A beautiful party and home inspiration blog!  Read the article...HERE.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Sweet Lil' Cowboy Baby Shower

Had the pleasure of working with a special friend on this baby shower for her sister.  The mom-to-be bought a pair of baby cowboy boots early on in her pregnancy, hence the western cowboy theme.  The colors of her nursery are brown, turquoise and green. 

The sign is a gift I made for the new mommy from an old frame. The unfinished letters are from Michaels.  The props I used are all things I had around the house, my house isn't rustic, and was surprised I had accumulated so many rustic items.  I guess living in Texas for 6 years helped ;-) and since my oldest daughter loves horses, I had alot of inspiration.

Tissue paper and I are not the closest of friends!  I make all my poms out of paper napkins!  You can buy luncheon and beverage napkins for medium and small size poms.  The brown poms are made out of luncheon napkins - 50 napkins to a pack - makes 5 poms for a total of $3!  Just unfold the napkins, lay 10 on top of each other, and fold accordian style (same instructions as the tissue paper poms).

I recently did a party where the theme was polka dots.  I found polka dot napkins and they made the cutest poms!  They are much fluffier than tissue paper, more durable and less expensive!


Candy Buffet:
Elaine Citro, Sweet As Sugar Candy Buffets

Sarah Watkins, Sweet Sarah Cakes

Invitations, Printables, Props:
Tammy Mutter, Meghily's~Party in Style

Friday, May 4, 2012

American Girl Party @ Sweet Frog

We had an amazing afternoon at Sweet Frog, a yogurt shop in our area.  The girls had a great time making tutus for their American Girl Dolls, and enjoying a frozen treat with friends!

AG Dolls in their tutus enjoying their frozen treat!