Tuesday, 9 December 2014
How to Preserve Your Party Memories
•Consider getting an adult friend, a sitter, or spouse to take the pictures or videos so you can devote yourself to the children. Yes, you can do it yourself, but you’ll be spreading yourself pretty thin.
•Prepare the area you will be taking pictures by opening all the shades or curtains and turning on as many lights as possible. The more light you have the better quality of your images (this applies to both video and still photography).
•To take a group photo, tell the children you’re going to count to 3 and take one “serious” pose. Next tell them they can be as “goofy” as they want to be while you count again; you’ll probably get two photos worth saving! You can also try to
Friday, 5 December 2014
Friday Freebie: editable baby shower printable
Fridays we like to give away free printables to use at your next party. This week's freebie is an editable baby shower printable that you can use at your next baby doll shower themed party or any festive occasion. Click to download pdf and enjoy!
Thursday, 4 December 2014
Thursday Theme: Baby Doll Shower/Tea Party
Diaper Pins –Fold white felt squares into a diaper shape and secure with a safety pin. Thread a piece of pink or blue yarn through the diaper so that it makes a little necklace for the guest to wear throughout the party. No one knows until the end when they are all opened together that one of the diapers has a mini chocolate chip in it and whoever has the poopy diaper gets a prize.
Count the Jelly Bellies – This is a simple baby shower game idea. Buy a regular sized baby bottle and fill it with pastel colored jelly bellies. Make sure to count them as
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