Need some inspiration for this year's about these classic desserts with a twist!
Fill sweet strawberries with cream and top with a blueberry
Individual Apple Pies
These would be great additions to your buffet
Your favorite sandwich with festive flags
Star-shaped crescent rolls and sausage kabobs
A festive fruit salad
Poke a hole in your paper plate to attach your silverware and napkin with a red, white and blue ribbon or roll your silverware in your napkins
Here are some inexpensive centerpiece ideas plus they will keep the kids entertained all night
Red, white and blue inspired dessert tables
I love this display - it is so interesting! You can look at it over and over again and always find a creative and delicious way to treat your guests.
Here's a great way to make your Father feel special!
Sarah Hope Designs has provided these free printables for Father's Day
Ever heard of a "Gender-Reveal" Party? More and more couples are wanting to involve their family and friends in the excitement of their baby-to-be's sex! Here are some creative ways to keep your guests involved in the guessing and have some pictures to remember this special time!
What an amazing way to share such a special part of your life and have the memories with your loved ones. At some point during the party, the gender will be revealed to are some great examples of how these happy couples found out whether to buy pink or blue:
This is a great example of a concept that can be adapted to any type of event with any theme!
One of the latest trends for parties is the photo booth. Whether you have rented a booth of your own or just set up and area with a camera...they are becoming more and more popular. It is a great way to create memories and you can send the photos home as favors or send them later with your thank you cards. It is an unexpected touch, your guests are sure to remember especially if you add props and customize them to the theme of your party. Here are some great examples:
I love these individual cups so that everyone gets a little "dip-dip" (as my 2 year old would say) with each veggie.