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Introducing our Thanksgiving Party Printables! I’m so excited for these, they were a blast to design and they feel all warm and fall-ish.
I’m pretty sure the turkey is my favorite part. You can purchase them at our etsy shop! And because you heard about it on the blog we’re offering a discount of 10% off all Thanksgiving Party Printables by using the coupon code TURKEYDAY. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!
I’m loving the Retro BBQ theme, I think of all our themes it is my favorite. I had such a great time designing it and researching retro patterns. I’m also in love with 50s era food and kitchen stuff (I’ve got a collection of 50s pyrex, kitchen odds and ends, and cook books). I can’t wait to use this party printable theme for my own Retro BBQ.
Every time I create a treasury I think, “no, this one is my favorite!” There are so many really really cool items I found for this party treasury. I think my favorite thing about the Barbecue Party Theme Treasury is I got to use so many vintage items like the Vintage Cow Hamburger Server, Anytime Barbecue Vintage Serving Plate, or the Vintage Daisy Table Cloth.
There were also a lot of fun and unique hand made items like the I Heart Meat Cutting Board and the Vintage Silverware Meat Markers. My absolute favorite thing from this treasury is the Cuts of Meat Dress, how awesome would it be to wear that as the hostess of a Barbecue Party!
Pair all these items with our Retro BBQ Party Printables and you have a pretty unique Barbecue or Cookout Party on your hands!
Onward with the Party Printable complete Etsy Treasuries! Here’s what I’ve put together for the Pool Party Treasury (click the image to go straight to the treasury).
There are so many things you could use to complete the Pool Party Theme. Most of the items I used in the promotional photo shoot came from good ol’ Wal-mart, however handmade and vintage items add such a touch of charm to your party. For the adults I’d love to add that Yellow Cocktail Sugar to the rims of those repurposed Caguama Bar Glasses with a Yellow and White Striped Straw maybe filled with a margarita or a mojito!
The great thing about the pool party theme is that it can easily be used as a birthday party theme. So, for that special little birthday girl the organic crocheted girl’s bikini is SO adorable. Those cute Darcy Sunglasses would top off her little outfit and make a great parting gift for all her friends. Add the sunglasses and a Peshtemal Towel and a Large Twirlable Pinwheel to a Personalized Sand Pail and you’ve got an adorable thank you gift for all your guests.
For decoration (and a yummy treat) fill the Green Distressed Canisters with some lovely Dark Chocolate Covered Oreos! Top off your decor with some Tissue Poms a few more Pinwheels and a Party Rules Cottage Sign.
All this along with the Pool Party Printables and you’ve got a pretty fantastic pool party!
Nothing makes a girl blush more than seeing herself in the press. I got to see my best friend’s reaction via video chat which made it all the better! We rejoiced together, there may have been dancing. Anywho, I’m so honored to have my Pool Party Printables covered in a SheKnows article on Pool Parties! Click the image to read the whole article.
I’ve spent most of the day finishing up a new line of Barbecue Party Printables. I still need to set up a promo photo shoot with Stacy from Stacy’s For the Love of Cake, but I was too excited about them not to share right away! They make me want to have a BBQ party like tomorrow!
My favorite are the new printable items, the party flags which are super cute attached to straws and the “This Burger Belongs To:” custom food labels. You can label your burgers, hot dogs, and the done-ness of your steaks, just attach them to toothpicks. They make me smile.
I can’t wait to see how everyone puts these to use.
And of course you can find them all on our etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/dilibertodesign
Ann over at City of Annie is doing a giveaway of our party printables!
Go check it out for your chance to win! Also you MUST stick around a while and read some of her blog. She’s got a guest chef doing all kinds of fun recipes, fashion ideas, and just flat out fun stuff.
Visit http://cityofannie.com/?p=1527 for the giveaway.
This was the most spur of the moment of all the new party printable designs. My friend Stacy from For The Love of Cake said, “I think I am going to try making some tulip cake pops.” And I said, “I think I can build a party theme around that.” Thats when I came up with my Garden Party Design, it ended up being one of my favorites and I think it would be perfect for a little girl’s birthday party. I can just see the decorations, all cute, trees filled with streamers and paper lanterns, little girls in party dresses, bright blue rock candy. It makes me smile.
I used a common flower pot, you could do SO much with these. They’d be great to serve things (though I think it would be best to line them or put a container inside them). We filled this one with beans and used a rolled piece of fondant to add a little color on the top, but you could do the same thing as we did with the foam ball on the Fourth of July printables. Tie the pot off with some fun ribbon and there you have it!
I LOVE the double cup cake liners on these, I think they really make it pop! We used some more scrapbook paper as a place mat.
The bee was left over from the Bee Party Printables shoot, but I thought it fit. You could use a little bird here, or a butterfly. It just added a nice accent and some visual interest to the set up.
How does your garden grow? The cup cake toppers are made with the Garden Party Printables and candy sticks from Michael’s Crafts. I used a 2″ craft punch to cut them out, but any 2″ shape would look cute. And that my friends is the Garden Party! Let my printables and printable thank you’s be your guide, get creative and enjoy your garden party!!
Introducing July 4th Party Printables from Diliberto Photo & Design! Hurrah!! July 4th is just around the corner, its become a much bigger holiday in my household since my husband and I got married. He’s from Philadelphia and they do it BIG in Philly. One day we’ll spend the 4th of July in Philadelphia but for the time being I think we’ll do it BIG with a party at home.
These are delicious vanilla cupcakes from Stacy’s For the Love of Cake. If you wanted to extend your red white and blue theme and add a little summer flare you could add a few raspberries and blueberries to each cupcake before baking. Make sure to coat them with flour before you add them to the batter to help keep them from floating to the bottom.
I used candy sticks for the cup dsfcake toppers (found them at Michael’s Crafts) and the ribbon was from Hobby Lobby. Hobby Lobby has a special place in my heart. They also always have their holiday stuff in months before the holiday rolls around, this also means that a few weeks before the holiday most of their stuff is on sale. It’s wonderful.
I got this bucket on sale at Hobby Lobby as well. Several of these in different sizes would be great to serve snacks or used in a red, white and blue candy bar. A simple blue and white polka dot ribbon dresses the bucket up for the occasion. I used a 1/2 foam ball covered in a fourth of july themed scrapbook paper to stick all the wonderful cake pops in. Some pops are tied with just red, white and blue ribbon others have the printables on them. I did two hole punches (with a standard size hole punch) in each printable and slid them on.
Everything ties in together with some red check fabric and some more themed scrapbook paper used as a placemat. You’d be surprised how far a yard of fabric goes and at $2.40 a yard (with a 40% off coupon) and its much cheeper than a standard table cloth and the patterns are basically endless.
And thats the Fourth of July collection! I’ve also created some Thank You printables. There are invitations to come as well (leave a comment if you’re interested and I’ll put them at the top of my design to do list. Thanks for reading and Happy Fourth of July!!
I am absolutely ecstatic to be introducing my own line of printable party designs. I was totally inspired while helping with my friend Kristen’s baby shower and developing the chandelier and onesie theme for her baby shower. I kept getting more and more ideas the more I thought about all the different kinds of parties and events. I LOVE that the things I create get to be a part of people’s lives and a part of their memories. Its the greatest honor I could ask for.
Over the next few days I’ll be introducing each of my most recent party themes right here on the blog. I’ll be including different and creative ideas to help further your theme as well as tons of pictures from the awesome shoot I did with lovely Stacy from For The Love of Cake.
So stay tuned! And for now here’s a little preview…
Oh and if you just can’t wait for this week’s string of posts you can view and purchase all the collections at dilibertodesign.etsy.com