A to Zebra Celebrations blogger and Etsy shop owner, Nancy Pfeifer gives us the scoop on how to pull together a Last Minute Easter Party on a budget.
Each issue we are sharing with you four blogs that we love. From party planning, recipes, floral and everything in between, we are inspired by blogs every day. Get to know some of our favorites, and tell us who you follow for inspiration. Let us know on Instagram and Facebook!
While many may be searching for the perfect dress or suit for Easter events, this Friday Five looks to the small things that make a big impact. Happy Easter…shopping!
These spring florals are easy to create—all you need is everyday glassware; some fun, unexpected containers; and readily available flowers, bulbs, and greenery. Use these cheerful arrangements to brighten up your spring celebrations.
Owner of Philosophy Flowers, Kelly Perry shared her philosophies on party planning and teamwork, and details of her charming, outdoor dinner party with us.
From lemon to mustard, and even mellowed-out pastel, we’ve culled a variety of yellow accessories to lighten up your look this spring.
We are taking Easter egg dyeing to a whole new level. Here are three easy DIY decorating projects that will make your season bolder and brighter.
Soda bread is a bread that is made with baking soda, but the ingredients vary depending on the region where the recipe is derived. Try our recipe that has a little twist on flavor.
Looking for a perfect spring project? Beautify your home with an easy homemade container garden.
Let there be a nod to Saint Patrick’s Day for this month’s supper club or cocktail party. With delicious dishes like these Miniature Shepherd’s Pies and a beer-tasting bar your guests will be counting themselves lucky for the invite.
Make your pies beautiful using one of the nine easy designs below. Combine the techniques for a showstopper pie!
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and this bright, yet busy season, we are bringing you the best finds for life on the go.