Thursday, March 31, 2011

Fabulousness - Spring and Easter Edition - Part 1

 I am loving all of the spring party ideas out there...Between Easter Eggs and springtime flowers, there are too many fabulous ideas to post, so I am splitting the posts into a Part 1 and Part 2! 

Prepare for fabulous springtime and Easter party inspiration!!!
 
One of the most important events this spring? Well, its the royal wedding of course. My friend Hillary and I were just discussing the possibility of having a party to celebrate the nuptials of Will and Kate...If we did, we would HAVE to get these British inspired party treats from Bushel Peck Paper. I just discovered this shop and I love it! (Side note: Will is totally losing his hair, but Kate is just stunning - I love her clothes and would love to be her for a day....if just for her accent! Cheerio!)

One Lump or Two cupcake toppers...you could even put these in your scones for a tea party :)



Perhaps you can use these paper cones for fries or "chips" as they are called in England?


A few cheery party stickers...




I found this easy DIY paper hydrangea wreath on one of my favorite sites, Lily from Swanky Chic Fete. It's perfect for spring parties, or just to hang on your door for the Spring season!


 DIY details for the hydrangea wreath...



I ADORE this font from "Kevin and Amanda/Fonts for Peas," one of the best sites for free fonts. I think it's great for spring party invitations or anything fun and whimsical! 




Lets check out a few Easter ideas....I can't even stand all these bunnies - it's so cute!

I love these bunny printables from Wants and Wishes Etsy shop:



Or how about these FREE (yes, I said FREE) Easter printables from my gal Jess at Party Box Design. If you are hosting an Easter party, you must take advantage of these adorable printables!




More Peter Cottontail, this time from Icing Designs ...this is so simple and would be such a cute party favor! Check out their tutorial HERE.


Finally, another cute DIY project from Swanky Chic Fete...told you she rocks! I absolutely LOVE this twist on a traditional Easter basket. This project is easy and cheap - can't beat that! 



Seriously....there is so much adorable Spring and Easter cuteness right now I can hardly stand it! More to come in Part 2!!! Have a HOPPY weekend (sorry...I couldn't help myself!)

5 comments:

  1. Great inspiration Jackie!!!

    Paula

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  2. Thanks a bunch for the mention, Jackie!
    Great way to start the day :)
    ~Jaimee
    Bushel + Peck Paper

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  3. So honored to be a part of your spring fabulous roundup! Love it!

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  4. Thank you for the bunny ears jar! I hadn't seen that before & I was just what I was looking for!

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