Are you getting married soon and want to make your own wedding invitations? Congratulations! Though planning each and every detail of your wedding can be overwhelming, we're here to help you out.
Your invitations are one of the first tasks to
No matter what holiday you celebrate, it's inarguable that the winter season is a time for giving. One in four Americans volunteer for organizations to help the less fortunate on a regular basis, but this number gets even higher during
Wedding planning is always stressful. But it’s worse when groom isn’t engaged. Here are six simple and fun things to engage your groom, reduce stress, and help you get started.
Generate the guest list together
This is one of the easiest and
Did you know that many parents spend $400 on average for their children's birthday parties, not including the money spent on presents?
Planning a successful party for your child requires many components.
Throwing a birthday party doesn't need to break the bank or
Baby showers have evolved so much in recent years that they look very different from how your mother will remember her own.
For one, it is no longer a faux-pas to have a baby shower for your second, third, fourth, or
Man, time flies when you're getting old. No, but seriously, when's the last time you saw your best friends from your school days? This might mean it's time for a class reunion!
Class reunions are a chance to reconnect with old classmates and
Big announcements and exciting milestones deserve a special celebration that people of all ages can enjoy. These DIY confetti poppers bring an element of surprise and a pop of sparkle to any party and will be a memorable moment for
Traditionally the wedding cocktail hour is known for the time when guests can mingle with one another after the ceremony and the wedding party can take those amazing photographs together. Left to their own devices, the wedding cocktail hour can
Let’s talk for a minute about the bane of wedding invites: plus ones. If you’ve ever drafted a guest list, you most likely know that plus ones can be a big problem. In a perfect world, sure, we’d love to