It’s now easier to sort entertaining inspiration! Check out PDB’s new Entertaining ‘Parties & Play’ page by clicking on this link or the button in the left hand side bar. Now inspiration is cataloged by Event Type and Holiday, making it easier to sort decorating ideas for your next party!
The redesign feels much like the Decorating ‘For the Home’ inspiration page that sorts decor by room.
Category images can be credited to: Martha Stewart, Amy Atlas, Decor8, Lollipop Events & Designs, Style Me Pretty and personal event photographs.
Since I haven’t had a chance to *formally* do so… I thought I’d take the opportunity to introduce myself during this Friday Interview series! It has been a true pleasure growing this site before your eyes and I cannot thank you enough for your readership and blogging love.
Pepper Design Blog is a little space offering inspiration for the inner design guru in each of us. It’s a site dedicated to sharing inspiring & innovative ideas for decorating your home, organizing your space & throwing the perfect party.
My painstakingly lengthy answers (I apologize in advance… this was too much fun) and inspiration (images and collages of my personal favorites) for Pepper Design Blog, and the four PDB interview Qs, after the jump! Continue reading
Lavender & Lime is the perfect inspiration for a baby shower for those Mamas waiting to find out ‘if it’s a boy or girl’! The theme is bright, cheery and still makes for a very girly celebration on a Sunday afternoon.
A few friends and I recently held a baby shower with this in mind, and here are a few of the ideas we came up with.
Decorations included: Martha Stewart lavender leaf scrapbooking paper for a table runner and napkin wraps, bright yellow poms to accent the theme, homemade petit fours in matching colors, lemon bars that were delicious! and favors tagged with a tiny clothespin to thank our guests for celebrating with us.
Assorted vintage white milk glass vases and fabric covered cylinder vases collected irises, mums, wild roses and daises. We lined vases in sliced limes and added teeny handmade paper butterfly cutouts for extra detail.
Covering vases in your favorite fabric is an easy way to incorporate pattern and color into your theme! Continue reading