The Chinese New Year celebration of The Year of the Pig begins in just a few weeks. Yes, we have had our Chinese New Year cards up for a while now but until today never really focused on the fact that this is the year of the PIG! We love, ok we are obsessed with, anything and everything having to do with pigs! So not surprisingly, we cannot get enough of Gucci's Year of the Pig Instagram campaign and corresponding Year of the Pig products. The featured photos shot by @frankleboner inspired us to create our own year of the pig campaign focusing on our love for pink pig everything. Continue Reading →
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Mark your calendars for Tuesday March 5, 2019
Happy Mardi Gras!!
Mardi Gras party favors are as diverse as the celebration itself. Favors can be fun costume ideas (think feathered boas and beads) to lasting photo memories (photo books and frames). Send your guests home with little gifts of thanks that will keep the party memories alive long after your event has ended. Have a picture station at you party with personalized photo gifts of your guests dressed to party pretty. Customize cookie tins as sweet reminders of the evening. Playing card cases and lip balm can be customized to your event and guest will keep them for years to come. Party favors are a simple and inexpensive way to wrap2gether your party theme and let your guests know you appreciate them attending your event. Just remember favors don't have to be elaborate favors to make a lasting impression.
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My children still tease me about some of our Chanukah traditions. I must admit, with eight days of Hanukkah gift giving and a limited budget, I often found myself pushing the boundaries of creativity. I often used the holiday to buy them “gifts” that satisfied “needs” rather than “wants” and always designated at least one day to reinforce the importance of Judaism and the Jewish traditions of performing mitzvot and giving tzedakah.
FYI >> We always switched up the order of the nights so the kids never knew which night would be the dreaded (often embarrassing) personal hygiene night