Thursday, March 17, 2011

Easter Panache Printable Photo Shoot!

One of my favorite pastimes is looking at other party inspiration on the internet. There are so many talented, amazing mommas out there throwing insanely creative parties for their children (and other children), that you can't help but be inspired by it all!
So, when I ran across this party on Catch My Party, I commented to the blog author, Kristi, about how adorable her custom-designed graphics were!
It turns out that Kristi runs a graphic design business out of her home and she also does web designs.
You can find her business page HERE, and she also has a Facebook page.
She emailed me back and said that she would love to work with me sometime on any upcoming parties that I had planned. I didn't have any in the pipeline at the moment, but I told her that I could definitely style a shoot for her, if it helped her get her printables business up and running.
So, we decided on an Easter package.
Kristi designed these printables with my input, and I think they turned out FABULOUS!
I am currently obsessed with anything chevron and I love modern graphics mixed with traditional elements!
So, Kristi, I hope you LOVE how everything turned out!


Presenting the Easter Panache Printable Package by Kristi's Printable Panache, styled by GreyGrey Designs.


 The best part of this display is that everything, and I mean everything is from the Target Dollar Spot, Hobby Lobby, and The Dollar Tree! (The fabric is from Hancock) I used some of my personal collection of glasswares for the containers.
Great chevron, egg-shaped banner.


" Happy Easter to one of my favorite Peeps!"
Confession: Peeps are an addiction for me. Greyson was born the week of Easter (for some reason it was super early in 2008) and I had tons of Peeps in the hospital room since it was the last day I was going to get to eat badly. Yep.
These menu cards are absolutely precious! They are completely editable, she will send them to you in .jpeg format. I used the "aka Dora" font for these, but you could use whatever font you like!

The egg ribbon is from Hobby Lobby and those adorable marshmallow sticks and lollis are from Dollar Tree!
 

 The gorgeous cupcakes are from Simply Done Catering and Cupcakes. Karen and I have worked together on 3 parties now, and I knew that she would have some gorgeous cupcakes to use in this shoot. The left one is her Chunky Monkey (peanut butter and banana), and the right one is Pina Colada. YUM.
 I used a feathered wreath around my dessert stand to make it look like a bird's nest.
Plus, I love purple. A lot.

Kristi includes 3 different cupcake wrapper designs and two different adorable toppers with this package. These cupcakes are very large, so this wrapper would provide more coverage on an average, grocery store cupcake.
There are also these gorgeous beverage labels! I had some leftover bottled water from my burger party, but these would be PRECIOUS on colored sodas, such as Jones Sodas. 
I wanted to add an extra punch to the display, so I did a simple little craft project by hot gluing Easter eggs to styrofoam balls. I think they are adorable!

So get on over to Kristi's website and get yourself some of her adorable printables for Easter! 

Included in the Easter Panache Package are:

 Banner with Egg Shaped Pennants
Menu Cards (can be personalized for an additional $3)
Cuppcake Clothes (cupcake wraps)
Cupcake Picks
Water Bottle Wraps
Treat Bag Toppers

You can order your package directly from Kristi for $12!
If you mention GreyGrey Designs in the email, she will give you a discounted rate of $8!
Check our her link HERE.




8 comments:

  1. i LOVE all the pastel colors!

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  2. uhhh, the Easter egg styrofoam balls are rock star! so creative and adorable!

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  3. love it! You just gave me some great ideas!! :)

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  4. loving the egg ball poms!!

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  5. very sweet Britt! I saw so many cute candy items at the Dollar Tree last week.

    I had a dresser exactly like that one...made me wonder what happened to it. :)

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