Monday, March 15, 2010

Recycled birthday party in neutral

birthday party
A fun way to decorate for a party is to use a neutral palette in your decorations and party favors. Re-purposing items in your home can be fun. I used book paper, mini cup cake papers, and white streamers to make these simple party decorations. Some of the favors are origami boxes made using paper grocery bags, and the others are just white paper bags with book paper name tags. Go with the things you already have around the house and you will be surprised at the unique and creative things you come up with!

7 comments:

Miriah said...

what lovely ideas! You are so creative. Your pictures are so pretty too, makes me wish I could come to your party, those cookies look delicous!

Melissa said...

I am completely smitten with the simplistic beauty of this! I may need to incorporate it into a baby shower I'll be throwing for my SIL.

D-lyn said...

Oooh who's party was this?
Lucky!

Jenn Cha said...

This picture is phenomenal! It struck me immediately. So simple, elegant, innocent, and bright. Puts me in a good mood. It's my desktop background now, rotated sideways.

You Are My Fave said...

Love this. Paper decorations are so great.

erika said...

This party looks great, i love the idea of recycling for a party! i always try to make things myself (with the children), recycle or borrow from friends to decorate for a party.

Anneliese said...

I love the narrow palette in this photo--so beautiful. I'm so happy I found your blog!

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