My children and I are party supply hoarders. We just can’t pass on some cute flags, a bag of confetti or, honestly, anything in the party supply isle. For my son’s birthday I thought it would be fun to send some of our favorite party supplies along with an invitation. It sets the mood to party!
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1. The Six Week Boutique is selling the most beautiful paper diamond templates.
2. I love this creative wrapping paper idea by Minieco!
3. This baby announcement from paper artist Chloe Fleury might be the most beautiful one I’ve ever seen.
4. Super-fun paper letter templates by Mr. Printables.
5. Martha Stewart‘s balloon numbers are simple but awesome.
I love the idea of giving my guests something a little different at my next summer party. This 3D pineapple invitation can be filled with trinkets and goodies to get friends and family excited about what’s to come. Mail these festive treasures out beforehand to get everyone pumped for the big day, or use them as treat boxes to surprise your pals when the fun is over.
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1. Lovely gum paste letters by Signe Sugar. Wouldn’t they be perfect for a wedding?
2. If you’re in the mood for a delicious work of art, you can now buy SFMOMA’s Mondrian cake by mail from Blue Bottle Coffee!
3. I loved the use of our fringe garlands at this Bastille Day birthday party on 100 Layer Cakelet.
4. Poppies for Grace makes the perfect jumbo confetti balloons (via The Alison Show.)
5. Perfect back-to-school treats by Martha Stewart.
Having two (or more) children’s birthdays around the same time can be tricky when party planning… especially with a brother and sister. Instead of throwing two different parties on different days, a joint birthday party will do the trick! Colorful invitations and napkins are perfect for a brother and sister duo, don’t you think? Make some fun music instruments for entertainment and don’t forget the confetti cake! I think both kids will be happy campers when the day is done.