Taco Tuesday is becoming a staple in the 21st century and millennials can take most of the credit for it, but no matter your age why not host your own celebration this year on Cinco de Mayo — I mean, do you really need more of a reason to get together with your friends and family to eat tacos?
Somehow, the end of the school year is here already. That means end-of-year athletic parties, end-of-year class parties, and graduation parties. There is so little time to fit it all in, but we manage because we want to make these things special for our kids. Party Place is here to help you out with all your party needs. They have a wide variety of party items to help you throw a memorable party in style from themed graduation parties to fun items to make end-of-year athletic parties fun like mini medals and trophies for teammates. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
My niece is getting married in a few days, so it has been nothing but wedding planning for the last few weeks. It is only appropriate that I blog about something wedding-related. After the proposal and acceptance come many fun memories and events in addition to the wedding. For a while, it seemed as if people weren’t doing as many engagement parties as they once had, but, fortunately, they are making a comeback. In my opinion, this is a great way for a couple to announce and celebrate their engagement with family and friends. This is also the perfect time to introduce families and relatives on both sides. Engagement party themes and décor can run the gamut from a casual barbeque to a glamorous event. Be careful, though, not to upstage your wedding.