Have we mentioned how much we love parties? We are working on details for a 50th birthday celebration and couldn't wait to share the invites! 

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Party: Wizard of Oz

Friends, we designed a super lush party for a party girl in Kentucky... This mama had great ideas and was so great to work with. I'm sharing just two pics from this party to wet your appetite. OMG it is so adorable! And don't forget, Between the Sheets Co. can bring your ideas to life! Just let us know your theme and we'll run with it!


Sneak Peek: Baby Boy Baseball Shower

Whenever a client hires me to do a party for them, I go all out. As I've said before though, the first piece of the party the guests will see is the invitation so it is IMPERATIVE that the invite grab their attention and make them want to see the rest of the detail put into the event.

This client is showering her sister-in-law with a baby shower, baseball themed. (And with all boys in my house, this was right up my alley!) More to come after the event...I cannot wait to show off the party details!

baseball shower baby boy custom invite

A Striped Save the Date

Who doesn't love a good stripe? When it came time to design a save the date for a pal I knew from the good ol' junior high days, I was giddy. I have been waiting to do this save the date and I knew she would appreciate the modern-ness of it, the simplicity, and the type styles I used.

This save the date can easily be turned into a wedding shower, baby shower, or birthday invite- just say the word and we'll get you a sweet, striped and sassy invitation!

save the date stripe custom invite

Party Recap- Sunshine for Ava

We have a sweet client who let us pretty much do the invite of our dreams for her daughter's first birthday. Ava, the sweet birthday gal, was the muse behind the invitation, which we designed to be more sweet and subtle, than in your face. Using the shape of the sun as another inspiration, this invitation and party was bright, fun and oh-so sweet.

For this party, we designed the invitation, food signs, 8 x 10" framed prints, banner and favor tags. Photography courtesy of Lauren Lionberger. 

sunshine invite custom
framed prints custom
framed print custom
food signs custom
birthday girl

Happy Birthday, Ava! We cannot wait to see what year two brings! xoxo

Think Outside the Envelope!

Almost a year ago...we designed a MOST fabulous baby shower for my cousin. I wanted to share a few pictures with you to show that invites don't just have to go into an envelope, and the baby can get other gifts besides diapers and onesies (think melamine plate and bowl set, found here). Interested in creating a party that is "outside the box?" Contact us and we'll hook you up!

Party Recap- An Elegant Baby Shower

Hostessing a baby shower is no small feat. And when it's your British sister-in-laws shower...well, let's just say that no detail should be left unturned. You see, my brother, native Texan, married a British gal. In Britain, baby showers are not really a "thing." So when they told us they were coming to visit this summer, I knew a fabulous party was in order to celebrate Caroline.

The parents-to-be don't know the sex of the little one, so instead of flooding my home with blue and pink, I chose to go the classy, elegant route by using metallic golds, with accents of white and black. And was gorgeous!

Between the Sheets Co. custom designed all the paper goods, which included the invitations, party banner, food signs, baby wish cards, beverage napkins, and favor tags. We had a large wreath custom designed using metallic white and gold netting. Tied to the wreath were small items such as baby lotion, teething toys, and baby spoons.

The food we served was a mixture of sweet and savory, the hit being the mini quiche made by one of our hostesses. We wanted to bring a little bit of British tea time food to the shower and did so by making finger sandwiches and scones, two of Caroline's favorite bits. Also served were caprese skewers, fruit salad, and vegetable crudites, served in short glasses with a spoonful of dressing.

The food was displayed on gorgeous gold, glass and white serving pieces, all of which sat on a crisp white tablecloth and gold sequin table runner. Each food sign was enclosed in an elegant white frame.

Inside a custom made baby cradle, painted white and sprinkled with gold glitter sat the centerpiece of the extravagant floral arrangement of hydrangeas, lilies, roses and daisies.

We really wanted to 'wow' the guests with the dessert, and I think we did just that! The cake was a two tier, vanilla flavored cake, iced to perfection with delicious white and gold butter cream icing. Adorning the top of the cake was a baby rattle made from gold fondant and a sweet banner reading, Congratulations Caroline & Scott.

As the gifts were opened, each guest received a 5 x 7" card to fill in their wishes for Baby. Caroline loved this idea and had a blast reading through the special notes each guest penned.

As the celebration came to a close, each guest left with a small golden box which held two square bath fizzies from Fresh. Each box was tied with white stain ribbon and custom designed favor tag.

Caroline had an amazing time and we loved spoiling her with a traditional baby shower.

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Party Recap- Ben's British Birthday

Party pals. We had the most ah-mazing party for my sweet Ben. As with every party I plan, I started VERY early on with the theme, invites and guest list. I knew I wanted to do a British themed party as a homage to my brother and sis-in-law living in London, but also, Ben's nursery is styled using lots of British elements. (I have a fab chest of must see it!)

I wanted to make the party 'boyish' instead of super grown up, I mean we are celebrating a one year old! The invitations were designed with bold red stripes and soldier. I also added Ben's monogram to the back of the card- it's the added touch of detail that really shows the thought that went into creating the perfect card. I printed the invites on a lush, double thick, bright white stock. The envelopes were printed with our return address on the flap, and addressed to His or Her Majesty. Simply adorable.

My talented mom, made the most adorable door decoration for the party. She used a styrofoam base, grosgrain ribbon, foam core, and a vinyl machine for the letters. (This now hangs in Ben's room- so cute!)

When I plan parties, I first have to think about who is going to be eating...Which then gives me my plan for the food table. I wanted to have a mix of breakfast type food and snacks. I prepared everything from french toast sticks in legit Financial Times papers straight from London, to bacon, a fruit pizza, mini quiche, short bread cookies, and my personal fav, "fish and chips" aka gold fish and potato chips. So fun! I of course had to fill my table with custom food signs...and no table would be complete without M&M's in dishes that spell out Ben!

I have a pal in the neighborhood who is super talented and made and decorated the birthday cake, cookies and smash cake. I put the cake on a fun blue cake plate, giving it a lift over the food and becoming the star of the table. (Love cake stands!) And OMG, the cookies were delish. (I think there was a certain someone who ate his weight in them, in fact. Not naming names though!)

It's hard to come up with something fun to drink at eleven o'clock in the morning, but I think I hit the nail on the head with my choices! I made a Pimm's punch, served water (which of course had custom labels), and English tea. I put the punch in a cute drink dispenser next to the water bottles, and near the food table, set up a little tea area with a personalized mug for each guest to sip tea from (and take home!)

During the party, guests were invited to take pics with the birthday boy. I purchased props and set up a backdrop using PVC pipe and a piece of polka dotted fabric. When planning for this party, I knew I wanted to incorporate stripes and polka dots. Fun, right? When I couldn't find the party hats I wanted, I simply made them. We'll have a tutorial on the blog soon so you can make your own, too! Ben got a special hat! See the pics below- his is personalized!

You can see that everyone was into the props! Even my mom and aunts!

What would a British themed party be without some authentic poppers? This truly was such a sweet celebration of my baby boy. I had so much fun planning!

Happy Birthday, Sweet Ben!


Photography from Stefanie Marcus.

Party Recap: A Glitter and Gold Celebration

Oh pals. I absolutely love working with husbands of my gal pals. This party was an absolute blast to plan because he gave me free reign to design and come up with every.single.detail. The theme of the party was gold, glitter and turquoise. It was elegant and classy and oh-so enjoyable!

Between the Sheets Co. designed the invites, cocktail and dinner napkins, food signs, party favors and of course we had gold straws! The birthday girl's aunt created an over the top dessert and candy table, complete with a wishing tree and phenomenal flowers.

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