I've seen this moving box idea around google, and I wanted to do something like this for the party but I wanted to make it slightly different, so it wouldn't look like I completely copied someone else’s design. So I’m using the labels I've downloaded on the front, writing on the sides, marshmallows on the inside—to resemble packing peanuts, and they’re going to be filled with home baked sugar cookies. I've purchased a couple of themed cookie cutters, and when they arrive in the mail I’ll show them to you!
Johanna, Bella’s mom, mentioned that she wanted a photo booth with themed photo booth props, so I did a quick google search to find some downloads, and I came across this website, that has a free PDF download. The only requirement to downloading these is you have to like her FB page, or follow her blog. I was happy to do so, because this work is amazing!
Here is a drawing of my candy table/cake table idea. I’m only showing a part of it, as a sneak peek—only Bella’s parents and I will know the full details, hehe. I have to keep some of these things secret for the complete reveal right? Haha.
Lastly, hay bales! I have a super, super cute idea for these, and I can’t wait to show you! These are 20” hay bales that I bought at, Michaels, for only $2.00 dollars each!! Score right? I’d been searching everywhere for this size at a reasonable price—but it was hopeless—until I stopped in at a Michaels, in Santa Monica, CA, and found these on clearance. Once I learned the price I bought them all, hehe. The regular retail price for these 20” hay bales is $12.99 and up—so I was happy. That’s about it for now, but I’ll definitely keep you posted on most of the details along the way.