2015 was full of fun parties! I'm already planning the first party of 2016, a Galentine's party. I have so many great parties in store for 2016 I can't wait to share them with you. But first, lets take a tour of 2015's parties.
Super Bowl party. The Seahawks had made it to the Super Bowl so my man and I had to celebrate. Portland has no football team so we adopt the Seattle Seahawks as our football team. Since it was just the two of us I kept the party simple using many items I already had to decorate the table.
Valentine Party breakfast and sugar scrub making. I kept the menu simple so we could concentrate on spending time catching up with each other. The sugar scrub making was fun. It smelled so good and made your skin so soft. I think 2016 needs to have more sugar scrub making parties.
Suddenly Surrounded by Taxidermy. My friend lives on some great property and I knew it would be the perfect location for the Irish Elk party seen Here and here . I had a lot of fun with this party, it was different from the typical St. Patrick's Day parties you see. I like to step outside the typical party box.
Spring cupcakes were just a few of the many times I was in the kitchen baking. I hope to do a lot more baking in 2016 and improve my skills.
50 shades of Pink Birthday Party . 2016's birth-month party theme is already in the works.
Mother's Day Brunch . A yummy little breakfast complete with chocolate bowls filled with raspberries.
You've Captured My Heart was a theme I really wanted to do because my husband captured my heart. I love this sweet them. This party could also be used for a Valentine's party.
Father's Day BBQ complete with homeade BBQ sauce as a party favor for dad.
Big Foot Cocktail Party . We invited Big Foot but you know how private he is. The woods of Montana was the perfect location for this party. I'm hoping to do more parties outside of Oregon in 2016.
Retirement Party .
Fall Holiday Party was heavy on the trendy item of plaid. Who knew I was a tastemaker :D
Fall Harvest party was one of my favs of the year. This party was loved by so many and I had SUCH a great time planning and hosting this one. The love shown for this party makes me want to take it on the road in the fall. I'll bring the party items, you supply the house!
Early December I almost always have a Christmas Open House. This year I went with the Oh Snap theme. I already have some great ideas for 2016's Christmas Open House party.
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