A Party for your daughter could easily turn into a “Dress Up” Party or even a “Spa”rty! How great is this food table setup where the little divas can style themselves while eating their food! Top notch!
Why should adults have all the fun this Diwali? Host a Diwali Party for the kids too! Dress up their tables and ask the guests to get traditional with their attire! Add some glamour and a lot of colour! Gorgeous!
What a great idea for a centrepiece at a party! Load up a regular flower bowl setting with some candies, sweets and lollies and make it into quite a handy and useful kids table decor! 💐🍭
Inspired by our own post we tried out these floral lanterns. They made for a good backdrop at a recent party at home. Just get a local florist to add small bouquets and you’re good to go.
Make your dessert table the centre of the party and go all out with decor and sweet treats! This ballerina table just took our breath away!
As parents we manage so much of our children’s lives so why not their social life too? Came across this idea of making play date cards! Fill them in so your child can give it to a friend in school and see how it works out. What do you think mums?
Set up a kids table at the next party on floor level with cushions! This set up is simply to die for!
Throwing a last minute Easter party or play date? Some seriously gorgeous table inspirations for you’ll! From Eggtastic centrepieces to pastel bunting and a collection of baskets and pails totally completes the look!
Springtime desserts just got a lot prettier with these pastel cake jars perfect for those springtime parties or play dates! Yum!
Nothing says summer like an outdoor picnic party! Wicker picnic baskets, red and white colours and a paddle pool! This is amazing!
Introducing Snack a Boo a unique concept of catering for kids parties, play dates and more! Owner Krishika Agicha likes to call it a “Party on a plate” as she believes that YOU EAT WITH YOUR EYES then why not treat your eyes as well as the tastebuds! She loves presenting food in a fun
Colour sorting activity for toddlers using a paint palette, multi coloured beads and a tweezer! Build motor skills, hand eye coordination and colour recognition all in one! Try it.