A block party is a fun way to celebrate the start of summer. It also gives the people living in your neighborhood an opportunity to get to know one another. Many of us aren't as familiar with the people in our community as we once were. At one time, leaning on your neighbors was a no brainer. A block party is a great way to bring everyone together and create a new tradition for your neighborhood. Continue reading "Kick Off the Summer with a Block Party" »
Family: Everybody has one. Some of us just choose to keep our family at arm's length and only visit them yearly at what is often the dreaded family reunion. Instead of dreading your family gathering, jump on board to help plan the best family reunion, ever! Continue reading "How to Plan a Family Reunion Your Family Will Want to Go To" »
Pass the wine and roses and get ready to indulge in you and your gal pals favorite guilty pleasure: watching the Bachelorette on Monday nights. The new season promises to be one of the best yet, featuring Rachel Lindsay and 31 men trying to win her love. Here's what you need to know to make sure you and the girls have a great time. Continue reading "Girls' Night In: Bachelorette Viewing Party" »
As graduation approaches, students of all kinds are getting ready to close one chapter and begin another. This could be the little kid in preschool going on to kindergarten or a doctoral student who will be graduating with their Ph.D. A party thrown for a college graduate will be different from that of a preschooler, or even high school senior, however, they all have one thing in common: Celebrating the graduate. Continue reading "5 Epic Graduation Party Ideas" »
Earth Day is Saturday, April 22nd. Think it's too late to celebrate? Think again! One of the great things about Earth Day is the ability to celebrate all year long.
What is Earth Day?
Earth Day is held each year on April 22nd, with the first event being celebrated in 1970. It began with several different organizations that supported the environment coming together as one to help encourage people to reduce our ecological footprint. It is now a global effort to support the environment. Continue reading "Celebrate Earth Day" »
Get ready to flamingle with your pals at a flamingo and pineapple themed party! This fun party theme can be styled for either adults or kids and has a lot of possibilities. You can also choose to do all flamingos or all pineapples, but they really go great together! Continue reading "What's Trending: Flamingo and Pineapple Parties" »
In Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, the Soothsayer warns Caesar to "Beware the Ides of March." Unfortunately for Caesar, he fails to listen to the warning. March 15 marks the date when Julius Caesar was betrayed by Brutus, one of his closest friends. A betrayal that ultimately leads to his death.
Instead of letting this day be all doom and gloom, why not celebrate? Here are three ways to do so that won't have you saying, "Et Tu, Brute?" Continue reading "3 Ways to Enjoy the Ides of March" »
Mardi Gras is the key time of year for anybody who loves a good party. The streets of New Orleans are filled with carnivals, beads, drinks, and revelers out for a wild time. Can't make it to the great state of Louisiana this Mardi Gras? Throw your own festivities at home! Continue reading "Let the Good Times Roll!" »
While winter birthday party possibilities might seem limited if you are stuck inside due to harsh winter weather, there are still ways to plan a great party inside and create a cozy atmosphere. We've done some research, and here are our top 3 winter birthday party ideas that are hits for both kids and grown-ups alike. Continue reading "Cozy Up with These Winter Birthday Party Ideas" »
The Super Bowl is the time of year to celebrate and enjoy an entire Sunday with friends and family, so for this year's game, put together the perfect party for your guests! Continue reading "3 Tips for Tackling Your Super Bowl Party" »