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Up, Up, and Away!

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Once upon a time, there was a little boy who was turning 5 last July. There were several things he loved best; rockets and all things NASA, and his American roots.
So, for his birthday, he came up with the idea of having a Fourth-of-July NASA birthday party theme.
A Fourth-of-July NASA birthday party! How cool is THAT?!
I imagined a lot of red, white, blue, rockets, astronauts, candied apples, and a whole lot more! Also, a picnic setting is perfect setting for the huge venue.


On the dessert table I included an assortment of themed snacks; American themed cookies, candied apples, marshmallow krispies treats, and popcorn, all gathered around the out-of-this-world birthday cake. 


The birthday boy had a blast! And from the birthday pictures, the guests had fun too. It was a perfect party with a perfect theme. Uncle Sam would be proud πŸ’“
So once again, Happy Birthday and Happy Fourth-of-July!

Goodie Bag Alert!

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It is a goodie, and it is a bag..AND if you're looking for the perfect goodie bag, this is IT!
Weekend is almost here and it's the perfect time for future party planning. Pick your favorite(s) from our many available bunches of themes and characters. We have LOL characters, The Avengers, My Little Pony, and many more.


THE LOL BUNCH






MY LITTLE PONY BUNCH






STAR WARS BUNCH

Yuara's Disco Fever

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It's Yuara's 10th birthday!! He is officially entering the two digit age zone. And don't forget, this is one of my VVIP clients we're talking about.

After a very detailed and thorough discussion with this tween, we decided to have a -totally PG- disco party.

Yuara was very hands-on during the whole preparation; invitations, chair arrangements, lighting, the layout, and everything in between.  I couldn't help feeling very proud and mellow at the same time. He's really a big boy now..πŸ˜’πŸ’“

The decor includes a disco photo booth, a backdrop for the DJ booth, and of course, a disco light.





The birthday boy had a blast! The crowd danced, jumped, rolled around, practically scattered in all directions, and it was a whole lot of fun!

πŸ”ŠHappy birthday, Son! πŸ”Š We love you to the moon and back πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“




// Memphis, Baby! \\

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Now this reminds me of Wendy’s back in the 1990’s. With its kitsch patterns and bright colors, the Memphis design is making a comeback with a BANG! , and so did this lucky kid’s 1st birthday party.



All in all, I really enjoyed decorating for this birthday party (I wish I had a birthday party like this when I was little). It was a challenging but fun theme and I'm certainly glad (and also proud) of how well it turned out. 
πŸ”ΌπŸ”½HAPPY 1st BIRTHDAY, RAZO!πŸ”½πŸ”Ό I wish you all the happiness in the world and many cool birthday parties ahead.

Vroom vroom!

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That’s the sound of cars celebrating at our car-themed birthday parties! It was a few moons ago since I decorated my first-ever car-themed birthday party. But as far as I can remember, the first to the last car party I decorated for were super fun!


Tobyn’s party was a mix between vintage cars and cars character. This explains why the vintage cars made their way on the dessert table!


 Table settings Center piece However, McQueen and Mater found their way into the party too :)


You can make your own McQueen & Mater cardboard through this DIY tutorial.

What you need: Large carboard boxes, duck tape, paint, print-outs, glue
How to make:
1.    Design your car shape and size. If you want large one to get into like mine, then you will need a really big box or you can simply use medium boxes and attach together with duck tape.
2.    Cut out your design and attach all together using tape
3.    Paint your cardboard car in the color you desire
4.    While waiting for it to dry, print out the …