1. Handmade kite garlands for sale on My Little Day.
2. Confetti System‘s perfect paper flowers.
3. I love how You Are My Fave used typography to spice up her party decorations.
4. I need some of these popsicles lights ASAP (via Oh Joy!)
5. A beautiful way to display menus on Martha Stewart Weddings.
1. A perfect floral backdrop by Cedarwood Weddings.
2. My kids would love this 4th of July project (by Say Yes to Hoboken.)
3. Ardor‘s party straws are awesome.
4. I love the decor at You Are My Fave‘s ice cream party.
5. This fringe firework cake topper by Confettipop is amazing.
Today, I’m blending two of my favorite things: party hats and confetti! These festive hats are easy to make, super colorful, and a definite crowd pleaser. It’s hard not to smile when there’s a party happening on your head! I got the idea for this technique from Joke’s present wrapping trick. It couldn’t be easier. Just glue and dip!
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Since little balloons make the perfect egg shape, we couldn’t resist making these Easter egg pinatas. We decided to use 5-inch balloons so each child at our Easter party could have their own pinata. Then, we filled them up with candy eggs. But if you’re trying to avoid sweets, confetti is another fun alternative. I can’t wait to see the creative ways they use to break them open! (Love pinatas like I do? Then don’t miss all our DIY pinatas right here!)
I love the idea of decorating simple and beautiful eggs through calligraphy. But let’s be honest, it’s difficult to write in a pretty font on a rounded surface. So, this year we had Julie Manwaring make us some templates to apply using tattoo paper. They were easy to make and even easier to clean up. Now, that’s a project I can get behind.
PS - Remember this fun confetti egg game ? I’m hoping we play again this year!