Clean and simple party themes always catch my eye and this party submitted by Eileen Liu Photography is just that. If you are looking for butterfly party ideas or just a simple and lovey party theme – this one is gorgeous. All the lovely details were created and styled by Liz and all photography was done by Eileen (you might recognize them from the Bird Themed Baby Shower featured last month). This pair has a style I just adore!
The birthday girl – celebrating 8!
Lovely, natural feeling butterfly decor.
Pink lemonade with green and white striped paper straws adorned with a single butterfly – cuteness!
And little treats…
For the guests to take home.
I love the clean, Spring feel to this party. The white and green (with just a touch of blush pink) worked really well. You can see more photos of the colorful food served and the adorable party favor bags over oat Eileen Liu Photography.
Want to waste a little less this Easter? Here are some green Easter ideas, and I’m not talking fake grass. When it comes to going-green, Lynn Colwell and Corey Colwell-Lipson are the go-to gals! Here are their tips and ideas for creating a fabulous Easter without all the waste.
Some bunny will love a green Easter basket
Easter brings thoughts of spring and rebirth, so there’s no reason not to celebrate it with the Earth’s best interest at heart. Since for many families, Easter wouldn’t be the day without the basket, here’s how to transform this traditional hit, into a gift that truly is worth celebrating.
Instead of buying a new plastic or woven basket made in a country far away, this year, how about using your imagination? Choose an item that can hold the goodies, decorate if you like and you’ve got a unique, no-cost container. How fun would it be for your kids to go on the hunt with one of these?
A scarf tied to a hobo stick
A decorated paper bag or shoe box (add a handle if you like)
A fabric bag of any kind
A pot (decorate by drawing on a strip of paper the height of the pot, then fasten with tape)
A boot (Kids rain boots are especially cute. Tuck some fabric inside to keep goodies clean.)
A paint can (again, add fabric inside if you like)
If you’re the traditional type and like the look of grass, instead of buying the plastic stuff, why not try:
strips of fabric
real grass, either wheat grass or grass from your yard
shredded recycled paper
strips of organic nori (seaweed available in paper-like sheets)
green napkin, washcloth or dish towel
What do you think? How will make your Easter baskets a little more green this year?
Lynn Colwell and Corey Colwell-Lipson are mother and daughter and co-authors of Celebrate Green! Creating Eco-Savvy Holidays, Celebrations and Traditions for the Whole Family, available at http://www.CelebrateGreen.net
My favorite princess of the baking world, Bakerella, has done it once again. I was so excited to see her that she is sharing some fabulous Easter Cake Pop creations! Words cannot even describe the pure cuteness so here are her masterpieces:
Bakerella’s Chick Pops are adorable! She also has a few other version of this edible birdie.
Ooooh how I am loving these Bunny Cake Pops too! The only trouble is I cannot decide which ones are my favorite (I know problems right?)! So help me decide, which cake pops would you make for Easter? Please help or I will be one baking fool the night before our Easter party!
Be sure to check out Bakerella for all the instructions and many more fabulous ideas…be warned though- all of her creations are this cute!