If you’re looking for some party supplies which are tasteful, stylish and unique then Ruby Rabbit Partyware is an online store you will love! I was very excited when Alex came on board as a sponsor giving me the chance to promote the lovely items in her store!
Gorgeous partyware right?!:
Ruby Rabbit Partyware, who opened in July 2013, are stockists of high quality partyware from Australia and all over the world including brands such as Sucre Shop, Studio Mucci, Knot & Bow and handmade items from businesses such as Penny Lane Studio and Pom Pom Princess.
I love hearing about women who have started their own business after becoming mum’s. Alexandra, who is a wife and mother of 2 young boys (aged 2 and 5) owns and runs Ruby Rabbit Partyware.
She was previously a professional event manager including being Head of Events at Star Casino in Sydney!
Ruby Rabbit Partyware specialises in the latest on-trend & handcrafted partyware for birthday parties, baby showers, christenings, engagements, weddings & celebrations.
Love these confetti goodies from the Ruby Rabbit Partyware store:
At Ruby Rabbit Partyware you will find a range of kids party supplies – everything from tableware, party hats, bakingware through to stylish decorations such as tulle pom poms, tassel garlands and these cute wooden spoons!:
When you are planning your next celebration, make sure you visit Ruby Rabbit Partyware. They are located in Brisbane but conveniently ship worldwide.
You will be delighted with the party supplies and decorations you will find on offer.
Leading up to Christmas so many of the businesses in the Life’s Little Celebration’s children’s party directory have such fantastic items on offer!
I wanted to find a way to share these all in one place for my facebook followers/blog readers to view! So I created the CHRISTMAS SHOWCASE ALBUM on my facebook page.
In the one album you can browse; Christmas decorations, printables, gifts, desserts and more! Everything you need whether you are planning a special Christmas party or just need some fun printables to use for classmate/workmate gifts or letters for Santa!
I hope you’ll make time to browse the showcase as there are so many wonderful Christmas items available and it will definitely give you some ideas of things you can prepare for Christmas time!
Thank you so much to all the vendors from the children’s party directory who contributed something for the showcase.
What are your Christmas colours? It’s a question that seems to be getting discussed a lot lately on facebook.
Do you go traditional red, green and white? Do you like to change it up every year? Or do you stick to the same (but unique) colour palette each time?
We all know Christmas is about a lot more than just the colours we decorate in and it’s important that we don’t put pressure on ourselves as mum’s to have a Christmas tree or dessert table that is ‘magazine worthy’ – especially when you have children who want to be hand’s on in the decorating!
However I always find decorating in a colour scheme (and choosing the colours) is a fun part of the early Christmas preparations!
Here is some colour inspiration for you based starting off with what is fast becoming quite a popular colour combination – bold red and soft aqua:
Red and Aqua Christmas table – Save the Date for Cupcakes Blog
Red and Aqua christmas – Country Living
I love these soft colour palettes of blue with creams and golds for a fresh look:
Heavenly holidays dessert table featured on Hostess with the Mostess blog
With a different shade of blue and gold you can create a warm feel:
Blue and gold table – The Guardian
Blue and gold Christmas tree – Country Living
A unique pink, gold and blue colour palette makes for a bright and beautiful Christmas spread:
Vintage pastel Dessert table by Glorious Treats featured on Hostess with the Mostess
Vibrant purple is a great colour for Christmas! Team it with a bold red:
Christmas table from LMG Events featured on the Anders Ruff Blog
Pink seems to be the ‘new red’ of Christmas! A soft pink, gold and silver colour scheme would look gorgeous:
Pink and Gold tree – image via Sweet Tooth – Shauna Younge Blog
You could go rustic with browns mixed in with reds, greens or golds:
Rustic Woodland Christmas table featured on Pizzazzerie by Sandra Downie Event Designs
Rustic Christmas table – Save the Date for Cupcakes blog
Add silver to a traditional red and white combination for a stand out look:
Red, white and silver table – High/Low, Food/Drink
Isn’t this a great Christmas centrepiece using baubles? Love it!
Red christmas bauble centrepiece – Searching for Style blog
Red, white and green will always be a Christmas favourite:
Red, white and green christmas table by Anders Ruff – Image from Very Rosenberry
You could also keep things very simple and light with a white winter wonderland feel in the midst of our hot Australian summer!
White christmas dessert table – Merryl Brown Events
Another take on the pinkcolour scheme, this time with different shades of pink with gold. So elegant…
Pink Nutcracker dessert table by Kate Landers Events – Hostess with the Mostess blog
This is a stunning table! I love how they have brought in elements of traditional red ad green but also mixed in touches of creams and golds:
Candyland dessert table featured on Bakarella
For a unique touch, why not mix pink and green together this Christmas?
Pink and green tree – Kathleen Ellis Lifestyle Design blog
Pink and green baubles – Destiny Awakes blog
Perfect for an adult’s Christmas dinner is this black, silver and white Christmas colour scheme:
Black, white and silver by Bird’s Party – Peach Pizzazz
I’ve noticed some neon christmas decorations in store this year so if you want to go bright and bold this year – here is some inspiration for you!:
Neon christmas tree – Salty Pineapple
Neon christmas tree – House to Home website
Neon christmas gift wrapping – Sweet Style
I hope you have found a Christmas colour combination for Christmas.
It’s impossible to collate every possible Christmas colour combination available. So – what are your Christmas colours? Did I include them in this selection or are you doing something different? I’d love to hear from you!