Thursday, January 10, 2013
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
I was so excited to take these two sweet, beautiful babies pictures. I just loved watching them touch each other and hold hands. These babies have been a dream and a want for these parents and I think they were worth the bitter sweet wait. They are everything a parent could want and more. They fill the room with love and laughter. I am so honored I got to capture a small part of their life. I feel blessed to know this family.
Posted by Stacey Anderson at 10:56 PM
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Here are the party favors I gave to Porter's guests. Here is the link to the pictures from the whole party.
I made re-useable treat bags for the kids and filled them with a cereal treat necklace. I like to give practical and useable things for party gifts. It was hard to come up with something like that for this party. Plus the kids ages ranged from 6 weeks to 11. Makes it hard but I think the parents liked the bags. I really enjoyed making them. I looked online for some tutorials and basically used a combination of 3 to get what I wanted. I have bought some from the store and was really unhappy with them so I knew exactly what I wanted. These turned out just that way I wanted them. Gift tags where purchased from Where the Green Grass Grows
This year I decided to give a family gift as well as a kids gift. We have so many family and friends that come to our parties every year and I didn't want to leave the grown ups out of all the fun. I found a tutorial online that I used and I think they turned out really cute. Again gift tags where purchased from Where the Green Grass Grows
Here are the links to the tutorial of the cookie jars.
Posted by Stacey Anderson at 12:07 PM
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
So I like to throw big parties...I'm crazy. This party was probably one of my all time favorites. I teamed up with Andrea from Where the Green Grass Grows. Let me just say a couple things about this amazing lady. Not only is she talented but she is one of the sweetest people I know. She went above and beyond what we talked about and the party was a huge hit. I loved figuring out new things and seeing what she came up with. You my dear are so awesome. Please visit her site for fun birthday ideas and all the stuff you need to have an amazing party. All of the paper products came from her shop and it really just made the party. You wont be disappointed.
First off we had the party at the Malpass farm. Was a perfect setting for tractors and farm life. Thankfully it wasn't raining. Had a little wind while setting up but it turned out just perfect. Porter had the best time and it looked like all the kids loved climbing on all the tractors and picking their own corn. I basically have WAY too many pictures. So I will just post them and let the pictures speak for themselves.
Paper products: Where the green grass grows
Re-useable Treat bags: I made myself
Cookie Jars: I got the inspiration here.
Sensory table: My amazing husband made it the night before. He's a stud. =)
Posted by Stacey Anderson at 9:21 PM