Make it a POWerful Day with Wonder Woman Party & Gift Ideas
Wonder Woman, the dashing and dazzling, the iconic super heroine reminds us that inside every woman is a Mighty Aphrodite full of courage, confidence and charisma. ~M·A·C
Just in time for International's Women's Day (celebrated annually on March 8th), explore this great compilation of Wonder Woman gifts and accessories including fabulous Wonder Woman party supplies, pajamas, flip flops, aprons, jewelry, greeting cards, home decor, and of course, comic books! These wonder woman party and gift ideas make perfect birthday and Mother's Day gifts and any day girlfriend gifts to celebrate the wonder woman within all of us.
Top 5 Essentials for Hosting a Fabulous Wonder Woman Party
- Set the tone for the party with a wonderful invitation.
- Think Red, Blue & Yellow. Use these colors everywhere including all eats and drinks.
- Find unique and playful Wonder Woman themed party decor, centerpieces and tableware.
- Place speech and thought wall bubbles throughout your party space. Fill out a few with fun words and phrases like Kaboom and Mission Accomplished to inspire your guests to add their own words of empowerment!
- Add a costume element to you party by offering Wonder Woman crowns, cuffs and capes to all your guests.
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A Dr Seuss theme party is not just limited to children's birthday celebrations. Be creative – think baby showers, graduation parties (Oh, the Places You'll Go), Halloween (Green Eggs and Ham) and Christmas parties (How the Grinch Stole Christmas) , and elementary school fundraisers and teacher appreciation days. We love Dr. Seuss and concoct any excuse to create a party theme using works as inspiration.
Who is Ted Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss)?
Theodor Seuss Geisel, best known to the world as Dr. Seuss, was born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts. During his distinguished career Geisel wrote and illustrated 44 children's books, including such all-time favorites as The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Oh, the Places You'll Go, Fox in Socks, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Dr. Seuss books have been translated into more than 15 languages with over 200 million copies finding their way into homes and hearts around the world. In addition to the books, Geisel's works have inspired a Broadway musical, and innumerable children's television specials and films , with the latest Seuss motion picture, The Lorax Movie, released on March 2, 2012. Other honors include two Academy awards, two Emmy awards, a Peabody award and the Pulitzer Prize. Read More Continue Reading →
Best Preschool and Kindergarten Graduation Present
Every graduation counts >> college, high school, even preschool and kindergarten graduations. Use your child's preschool or kindergarten graduation to reinforce that he or she is growing up and is now old enough and wise enough to be rewarded with the responsibility of an allowance. Financial experts are largely in agreement, even children as young as four and five can begin to learn about the value and responsibility of money. Give your children a few coins each week to save in a fun personalized coin bank from Frecklebox and tell them how proud you are of their accomplishments. This is one of the most important gifts you will ever give your child and it will be appreciated for a lifetime. Continue Reading →
Big to Mini Etched Wines & Champagnes for Your Wedding >> Big Bottles
We recently partnered with EtchedWine.com specifically because we love love love these etched wine bottles. Not only do these etched wines and champagnes look great, they make a huge impression. And many of the bottles can be filled with wine of your choosing. We love the fact that you can choose a six liter bottle to be the centerpiece on your wedding or rehearsal dinner tables and not only serve the wine, you can also have your guests sign the bottle as a “guest book” keepsake!
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(words of advice for college graduates … + the starfish poem)
life is too short not to do something that matters art print >> Looking for something a bit less extravagant? This print is also available on a t-shirt!
Update >> Since graduation season is once again upon us, we have decided to republish this post since it seems as relevant seven years later as the day we wrote it. In those seven years, Daniel has gone on to forge a distinguished career in education. And, in my ever so humble opinion, he truly is heeding his commencement speaker's advice and both doing something that matters & helping to save the world. And while I am at it, I want to congratulate two of my nieces who are graduating this spring, Katie and Sami. Two more graduates who I am certain will make their mark in the world!
My son, along with his peers from across the country, graduated from college this year. Our family had the honor of listening to Steven Chu, Secretary of Energy in the Obama administration, deliver the Washington University of St Louis commencement address. Chu, in his own uniquely charming and witty way, told the graduates his “take home message to you will be just one sentence. Actually, it will be just four words.”
“Do something that matters.”
and then Chu added
“Help save the world.“
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