I’m dreaming of a pink Christmas!

When we think of Christmas, do the colours red and green always pop into your head? These days, ANY colour scheme can work including a pretty pink colour scheme which We Create used for this gorgeous Christmas shoot for Issue 3 of Celebrating Little One’s Magazine (it’s free to read HERE)

The little kids feasted on an array of desserts including donuts, macarons, mini trifles, eclairs and of course a gorgeous cake! I love the touches of rose gold and the pretty table setting!

Sit back, enjoy browsing the images and view the vendor list at the end of the post to source anything you love!:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VENDOR CREDITS:

Thank you to these vendors who created this gorgeous feature:

WE CREATE – Concept, furniture, and styling

The Little Balloonery – Balloons

L’Amour Wedding and Events – Event Stationery – Invites, name place cards & dessert cards

Miss Bloomingbird – Florals

Ruby Rabbit – Partywares –Plates, cups, straws, napkins, cutlery, confetti –

Bites by D – Desserts – Cake, Macarons, mini trifles & Eclaires

Sweetly Baked –  Baked Donuts

Cookie Queen Kitsch’n – Cookies

Confectionately Yours – Rose gold bauble name card holders

Chumblebee – Framed ‘Merry & Bright’ print

Eckles Invites – Custom Chocolate bars

Schooza Handmade – Reindeer crowns

Eched – Cake Topper

 

Are you inspired to inject some pink into your Christmas?

We hope you enjoyed all the pretty details from this kids Christmas party feature!

See our magazine here for more! 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas: Picnic in the Pines

In our latest issue of Celebrating Little One’s magazine (which you can view HERE) I was delighted to showcase a gorgeous and unique Life’s Little Celebrations collaboration shoot styled by Opulenticity Party and Buffet Styling Perth. She brought together a team of vendors to create a Christmas picnic in the pines.

Incorporating a rustic woodland look (and even a pony!) while still keeping the Christmas feel with whites and golds!

Enjoy browsing all the images to help inspire your own planning or to source some Christmas party supplies for yourself. All vendors involved are listed at the end of this post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ready to source your own Christmas woodland items? Click on any of the below business names to find the items they supplied for this shoot!

Vendor Credits:

  1. Styling, concept & full collaboration coordination,some props/furniture: Opulenticity Party & Buffet Styling 
  2. Partyware(Gold Plates,wooden cutlery,napkin,merry Christmas bunting & Xmas sunglasses)-Favor Lane Party Boutique 
  3. Photographer – Bobbi By Design
  4. Tents – Sweet Dreams and Goodnight – Kids Slumber Parties 
  5. Desserts/cake – Cakes by Sarah Perth
  6. Favour boxes – Glitter & Glue Designs
  7. Stationery (invites,place cards,chocolate wrappers,signage)– Emma Smith Event Stationery 
  8. Headware – (all kids and horse headdress) Kreate & Dream 
  9. Personalised baubles – DIY Parties By Renee
  10. Cake toppers & ‘Believe’ garland – Chumblebee 
  11. Feature chairs – Allegra & Grace Chairs
  12. Acrylic Wish signage – A La Roch 
  13. Picnic setting (sit down picnic ,rugs,cushions & pouffe’s– Lace Petals and Hearts 
  14. Buzz The Horse –Owner & Trainer – Kylie Shipway – URL – NA
  15. Pallet backboard & Dessert table hire – Niknaks Sweetest Treats 
  16. Florist(all flowers, foliage wreath & horse wreath) – Floral State
  17. Servingware –(cake stands,compotes,trays & vintage vases) – The Vintage table
  18. Models – Amaya Lowes, Chloe Robertson , Jacob & Matthew Sykes

 

I hope you’ve enjoyed this gorgeous feature and remember to view the whole free e-magazine here.

 

FREE Christmas printable: Santa letter and gift tags

It’s that time of the year when kids start thinking about their Santa letter and you may have to start preparing Christmas gifts for teachers and work mates!

So I am delighted to offer you some FREE Christmas printable downloads from Emma Smith Event Stationery! These are perfect for gift tags and to get your child’s Santa letter easily written and with some cute tick boxes for the younger kids!

USE THIS LINK TO DOWNLOAD IN HIGH RES:

Download the LLC Printable to print

 

 

 

hope you enjoy your Christmas planning!

 

 

Christmas Showcase 2017

It is that time of the year!!! The time where we can all finally start getting into planning our Christmas…I love it!

I am delighted once again to present the Life’s Little Celebrations Christmas showcase to you – where I bring you the *best* of Christmas edible gifts, Christmas partyware, Christmas custom decorations and other unique party-related items for Christmas – all from members of Life’s Little Celebrations.

Watch out for Issue 3 of Celebrating Little One’s magazine (out next week online!) for more Christmas party inspiration and Christmas styled shoots.

You can easily shop from this blog post by simply clicking  on any images below to be taken to the relevant business!

Are you ready to get inspired and organised for your Christmas gifts and celebrations? Enjoy the browsing below:

 

 

Christmas Gift ideas & Desserts:

From Christmas cookie sets to class gifts and other ideas, here you will find memorable Christmas gifts which will bring joy to who ever receives them. Or why not order some gorgeous Christmas desserts to share with your family on Christmas day?:

 

Christmas cookie gifts – Vivalicious Sweets (Melbourne)

 

 

Christmas cookie gift set – SweetP Cakes and Cookies (Qld)

 

Christmas cookie classes – Flyawaypineapple (NSW)

 

Christmas cookie gifts – Sweet Eve (Melbourne)

 

Christmas class gifts – Glitter and Glue Designs

 

Christmas macaron gifts – Arelio Sweetbox (Sydney)

 

Christmas desserts – Sweetest Jubilee (Melb)

 

Christmas gift sets – Cream n Soda (Sydney)

 

Christmas desserts – My Cake Studio (Melb)

 

Christmas cookie set – Popolate (Syd)

 

Christmas desserts – Cakes by Sarah (Perth)

 

Christmas cookie set – Petite Cookies Melb

 

Christmas cookies – Sweetly Baked Perth

 

Cookie mix gift packs – Sweet Health

 

Reindeer lollipop holders – Sugarlicious Parties

 

 

 

Christmas activity boxes – The Loot Lab

 

Custom baubles – A La Roch

 

Fairy wings, wands and ballet shoes – Arabella’s Vintage Wardrobe

 

Kids Santa hats , crowns and head wear – Schooza

 

Personalised ornaments – Pinta Crafts

 

Christmas gifts, costumes and toys – Special Celebration Events

 

First Christmas custom onesie – Cardique

 

Christmas Partyware and tableware:

Get your Christmas party or table setting sorted with these Christmas decorations as well as toppers/accessories for your Christmas baking:

 

Christmas partyware – Ruby Rabbit

 

 

Christmas cake toppers and baubles – DIY Parties by Renee

 

Christmas partyware – Emiko Blue

 

 

 

 

Christmas partyware – Party Kit Co

 

 

Christmas gifts, labels, placemats and more – Alison Caroline Designs

 

Christmas decor & stationery – Mooi. Co

 

Christmas decor and tableware: Confectionately yours

 

Christmas partyware – Favor Lane

 

Christmas toppers and custom blocks – Kaivalya Designs

 

Christmas partyware – Hip and Hooray

 

Christmas party tableware and toppers – Party for Stella

 

 

 

Christmas edible images – Custom Icing

 

 

Christmas decorations and toppers – Chumblebee

 

Christmas cake toppers and baubles – Glistening Occasions

 

Christmas Stationery:

For gorgeous customised Christmas gift tags, cards and other stationery – you will find some lovely Christmas designs below:

 

Christmas custom cards and chocolate wrappers – Lou Lou Pie Creative

 

 

Christmas stationery and gift labels – Emma Smith Event Stationery

 

Christmas card and photo sleeves (available in a range of colours} – Eve & Co Stationery

 

Christmas postcards – Eckles Invites

 

Christmas stationery – Joyful Invitations

 

Green, white and gold chocolate wrappers – Edge House Design

 

Gift tags – Theme It Pom Poms

 

Christmas: Other

A few other unique ideas from Life’s Little Celebrations – advent calenders, event stylists and more:

 

Advent calendar milestone cards – Elk Prints

 

 

 

Christmas party styling and tableware for hire – Saffy and May (Qld)

 

Christmas dessert table styling (Sydney) and stationery – L’Amour Wedding and Events

 

Teepees for hire – Sweet dreams and goodnight (Perth and Melb)

 

Christmas party styling – Stylish Soirees (Perth)

 

Lego entertainment for a Christmas party – Little Builders

 

I’m sure after browsing all of the above your head is swimming with ideas of how you can style a Christmas table or perhaps gifts you can gift to teachers and friends – or perhaps desserts you can order for Christmas yourself!

It’s a wonderful time of the year to support small businesses and I hope you can support the above Life’s Little Celebration members while also getting some of your Christmas preparation done easily online!

Remember to simply CLICK on any of the above images to shop from this blog post

Happy planning and remember to look out for Issue 3 of our magazine out next week!

 

 

 

Beat the Festive Season Frazzle! 5 Ways to Get Organised for Christmas 2017

Christmas has a habit of sneaking up, doesn’t it? You’re cruising along feeling like you have all the time in the world and next thing you know, you’re elbowing crowds of shoppers out of the way on Christmas Eve. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Three months might seem like a long time from now but October is the perfect time to start planning for the festive season.

Read on to discover 5 ways to beat the Christmas rush this year thanks to Melbourne event planners Silk and Cedar Events & stationery designer Emma Smith Event Stationery:

 

  1. Planning a Christmas event? Book it in NOW.

If you’re planning an event anywhere between October to the end of January, your number one priority is to lock in all the details now.

Venues and event vendors book months in advance especially during peak periods such as Christmas / New Year so planning early is the best way to secure your favourites. The Christmas peak season starts in mid-November and runs through to January.  Keep in mind that some vendors close during mid-December to the end of January of if you’re planning a party in these months, book early to avoid disappointment.

Events can be time-consuming and stressful to organise – especially in November and December when life tends to get frantically busy.

Choosing a Melbourne event planner to take care of your Christmas celebration or end of year function is the perfect way to reduce festive season stress.

Handing over the reins to a professional event planner gives you the time and space to enjoy watching your vision come to life with someone else juggling the catering, styling and all those little details that make an event truly memorable.

 

 

  1. Choose a Stationary Designer to give your Christmas correspondence that special touch

Ditch generic Christmas cards this year and book a Melbourne stationery designer early to create a custom design to reflect your style. Or perhaps you require a complete stationery suite including Christmas party invitations, menus, place cards, tags, welcome signs and seating plans. A good stationery provider can assist with the current trends for this festive season and can design to any specification, theme and colour scheme.

Family portraits are a gorgeous way to personalise your Christmas stationery so be sure to book in a session with your preferred photographer now.

Mailing your Christmas cards early is important whether they’re for family and friends or corporate clients. Families go on holidays and businesses close for the Christmas period so send your festive greetings three weeks before December 25th to ensure they’re received in time.

We #love a Christmas wish delivered by snail mail!

 

 

  1. Travellers Take Note!

If you’re heading away this Christmas, here’s a handy list of things you don’t want to forget:

  • – Book your flights and accommodation
  • – Pay for visas
  • – Check if travel vaccinations are required and book them in with your GP
  • – Remember any medications that may be required for the trip including prescriptions or travel sickness aids
  • – If you’re travelling on wheels, book your car in for a service and get the tyres checked
  • – Make a list of the Christmas presents needed and don’t forget to pack them! Pop spare Christmas cards, tags and wrapping paper in for unforeseen gift emergencies
  • – Keep the kids occupied with a special snack and goodie pack for the journey

 

 

 

  1. Christmas Gifts: make a list and check it twice! 

Christmas can be an expensive time with seemingly endless people to buy for. By planning ahead and budgeting accordingly, you can avoid the stress of last minute over-spending. So make a list of everyone you’ll need to buy for and spend a moment thinking about a gift that they’ll really love. Christmas presents that have obviously been thoughtfully chosen needn’t cost a fortune.

 

 

 

Gift Hampers are a great idea to compliment the dedication and hard work of teachers, coaches and special helpers who have taken care of your family over the year. Gathering other parents to contribute means you’ll have more to spend on an extra-luxe hamper. Pre-order online for a hassle-free gift that can even be delivered.

An excellent way to keep the gift-giving budget down is with a Kris Kringle. Extended families, Mother’s Groups and workplaces can all benefit from the KK tradition by giving each participant only one person to buy for.

 

 

  1. Avoid Christmas Day family conflict

Christmas celebrations have a reputation for wreaking havoc on family peace! So how can you avoid it? Planning early is the key to things running smoothly.

 

Co-ordinating who celebrates where and when can be fraught with drama when there are parents and in-laws and other extended family members to consider.

Make sure all parties have a say in where the celebration will be held and consider a one year on, one year off approach to make it fair for both sides of your family. And to take the pressure off the host, why not ask guests to bring a platter?

This creates a family grazing table which is an informal and more relaxed affair for everyone. Head off tensions between particular family members by setting place cards for your Christmas lunch or dinner.

 

 

Large families can simplify gift-giving by having a Kris Kringle, and pre-planning some Christmas activities to keep the kids entertained buys a little extra peace for the grown-ups who traditionally need a nap after all that food!

So there you have it. Some sanity savers in the lead-up to Christmas 2017. And don’t forget, if you’re planning a party and just don’t have the time to handle all the arrangements yourself, a professional event planner and stationery designer are just two of the celebration specialists who are there to make your special occasion perfect!

 

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