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Spring feels like it’s right around the corner–and what better way to celebrate than a Strawberry Party! Make mini envelopes using strawberry fabric and glue them to a piece of 6″ x 6″ kraft paper. Using water colors, hand paint some strawberries onto the mini invite and mailing envelope for a little something extra. There’s even more party ideas for this berry adorable Strawberry Party to come, so tune in all this week.

We’re so excited to have one of our fave event planners Melanie Blodgett as a guest contributor this week. Visit her on her own blog, You Are My Fave. Photos by Leslie Tippets.





It’s a Strawberry Party! Let your party guests serve themselves at a crepe bar. Set out fresh fruit (and plenty of strawberries) with any other toppings you’d like.

We’re so excited to have one of our fave event planners Melanie Blodgett as a guest contributor this week. Visit her on her own blog, You Are My Fave. Photos by Leslie Tippets.





Here’s some more yummy Strawberry Party food. Have some milk and a blender on hand and you can mix up some quick smoothies with the leftover crepe toppings. Use empty glass frappuccino bottles to hold the smoothies–they’re the perfect size!

We’re so excited to have one of our fave event planners Melanie Blodgett as a guest contributor this week. Visit her on her own blog, You Are My Fave. Photos by Leslie Tippets.





Magnetic Strawberry Plant Party Favors

Supplies: a large piece of wood or sheet metal, magnetic primer, paint brush, empty tin cans, twine, tags, stamp (this one is from Olive Manna), strong magnets, strawberry plants, soil, mini flag (made with a skewer and ribbon)

Directions: Paint the sheet metal or piece of wood with two coats of magnetic primer and let dry. Remove labels from tin cans and wash thoroughly and let dry. Stamp the tags and attach to the tin cans by knotting a piece of twine. Fill each can with soil and top with the strawberry plants. Stick the end of the skewer into the soil with the flag hanging over top. Attach two magnets to the back of the can and display in rows on the magnetized board for your guests to grab as the party ends.

We’re so excited to have one of our fave event planners Melanie Blodgett as a guest contributor this week. Visit her on her own blog, You Are My Fave. Photos by Leslie Tippets.





Looking for easy party ideas for a Strawberry Party? A quick way to spice up a regular old strawberry pinata from the party store is to add your own fringed crepe paper. It ups the cuteness for cheap and no need to worry about your paper mache falling apart.

We’re so excited to have one of our fave event planners Melanie Blodgett as a guest contributor this week. Visit her on her own blog, You Are My Fave. Photos by Leslie Tippets.





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