One of our favorites: Mommy and Toddler Valentine Party! Here are the details on our design -- filled with pink, hearts, flowers and balloons -- and photos by One Eleven Photography.

Lets take a moment for Mila's outfit before we get to the party details. She's wearing a Wovenplay gold sunsuit, Tutu Du Monde cape via Shop Belle and headband via Thumbeline.

The neon pink “KISS” party favor bags by Meri Meri via Paper Source sent me into a tizzy, so I incorporated them into the tablescape to hold the “VALNTN” balloons from Shop Sweet Lulu.

You may recognize the “HAPPY” piñata letters from Mila's 2nd Birthday Party.  I DIYed them from an Oh Happy Day! tutorial.  

Twink saved hundreds of dollars on our party budget by making the three layer naked cake herself.  It’s a Pamela’s Vanilla Gluten-Free Cake Mix.  And then I decorated it with peonies, anemones and ranunculus in pink, coral and magenta.

Heirloom LA did gluten-free pizzas with a choice of cured meats or vegetables.  They also did a delicious crudité platter with homemade ranch and spinach dip.  

"I love you more than pizza."

Twink made the fresh fruit tray with organic, seasonal finds from a local farmer’s market and melons from Whole Foods.  

Twink made organic strawberry water and raspberry lemonade from scratch.

For the crafting station, I wanted something that wouldn’t intimidate non-crafters, so I opted for a simple feather mobile.  I pre-painted the feathers in six different colors for guests to choose from, supplied driftwood, thread and twine, and voila!, moms and kids crafting together!

Twink and Brixton even got in on the balloon pit fun.  And by the way, the gold balloon pit is just a cheap drugstore kiddie pool covered in gold duct tape.

The giant inflatable hearts and party favors are from Oriental Trading

You can also see more fun stuff on Style Me Pretty Living.  

Happy Valentine's Day!!!  XOXO


Wanting to celebrate St. Patrick's Day but don't know where to start? Not feeling very crafty? Here are some great St. Patrick's Day party supplies to fill your celebration with green, gold and rainbow. You won't have to stay up all night to get lucky.

Let's start with the cupcake toppers, because that really sets the mood for the rest of the party, dontcha think? And how cute are the gold horseshoes in this cupcake kit?

Should you decide to go the cake route, here's Acme's rainbow bunting that will certainly accessorize well. 

Listen, I know we're celebrating the Irish, but the French really know how to do it, don't they? My Little Day takes tableware to a whole new level with this green triangles dinner plate via Shop Sweet Lulu.

You definitely need these rainbow stripe utensils. Don't worry, we'll figure out something to eat with them.

We shall call this the pot of gold cup.

Half dot rainbow garland from Land of Nod.

Bring that field of clovers feeling inside by covering your dining room wall in grass green honeycomb fans.

A gold piñata makes everything better. 

Don't forget the confetti

And the perfect party favor: a four-leaf clover temporary tattoo