I don’t know many people who don’t love cereal. Breakfast, snack sometimes even for dinner…we here at LMP couldn’t live without it! With that said…we were pretty excited when General Mills stumbled upon the cereal bar that we did for Harlow’s 1st birthday and asked us to get involved with National Cereal Day!
March 7th is officially a day to celebrate your love of cereal and we put together a Little Miss Party in a Box for this special day.
There are so many ways to celebrate this fun food holiday. We took our favorite elements of cereal to create a Little Miss Party in a Box for National Cereal Day and guess what? We’re giving one AWAY! Our box includes bowls, polka dot spoons, napkins, a carafe for your milk, a mini milk jug that you can use for flowers, a chalkboard runner, cereal box bunting, party hats and more!
We’ll be keeping you posted on how we are prepping for National Cereal Day over the next couple of weeks. You can also check out the Hello, Cereal Lovers website. We were inspired by the site to come up with a couple of LMP recipes to celebrate National Cereal Day and are excited to share with you…check em out.
We can’t help but swoon over this dinner party by my sis or as we like to call her…Little Miss Party Toronto.
Every year Mandy & Jason host “Christmakka”. This year, Mandy wanted to use glitter + plaid to dress up her table and we love it!
Mandy sprayed Canadian Moose figurines and glittered them in gold. She wrapped old books in plaid paper to make risers for the glitter moose and ivory pillar candles. Simple, chic yet festive.
I think you’re starting to catch on here…
We’re going bananas with Little Miss Party in a box! We’re getting tons of positive feed back and we couldn’t be more excited!
We have most recently partnered up with the adorable Mom Blogger, Brianne from Stroller in the City to give away a Little Miss Party in a box for New Years Eve. It’s a good one! You won’t want to miss out on your chance to win.
Here’s what we’ve got goin’ on inside….
The theme of the cocktail party to ring in 2014 revolves around glitter. #yougotglittered. With the two glitter vases we’ll be sending you we suggest buying a festive bunch of flowers, adding water and throwing them in. We’ll show you exactly how to make your own floral arrangements on our DIY post here.
We will send you personalized water bottle labels which are a no brainer. It’s a simple way to dress up a plain ol’ water bottle and make it more fun for your party. Just buy a case of water, rip the labels off and stick on ours.
Of course then there’s the essentials. Plates, napkins, party beads…c’mon. We’ll send it all thanks to our friends who we LOVE at Party City! They have an endless selection of everything you could ever need to host a party at home.
You should be a guest at your own party…so you can enjoy it too! We’re here to help with your party needs…and make sure it’s chic and cool.
Hang on…we’ll show you….
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Once again…we got to do a birthday party for my friend Ilana (our fave mom blogger) better known as Mommy Shorts.
You might remember Mazzy’s Milk bar (one of our faves!) from last year…while this time round it was for Harlow’s first.
Ilana and I had both of our second kids just months apart from each other so Harlow & my lil guy Luke are good pals.
It’s always so nice when planning a party for a friend because after it’s all set up and looking gorgeous…you can enjoy the food too!
Ilana wanted to keep it small and have it on a Saturday morning. Immediately brunch came to mind and what would be better then pancakes and PJs! Coffee, peach bellinis, Chikalicious cronuts, mini cupcakes from Butter Lane and a cereal bar?! How could you go wrong with that!?
We also served the most fabulous new find – bagel pops from Bantam Bagels! They are mini bagel balls filled with cream cheese or butter and we got an assortment of both. Stuck em on sticks and voila! Something new and delicious for us to serve up at this party!
Ilana wanted the colors to be a soft and feminine palette which is how she bests describes Harlow’s style. So these honeycombs that we’ve been obsessing over from Shop Sweet Lulu were the most perfect touch above the main food table.
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We gave busy a new meaning this summer.
Babies, parties, weddings, kids, entertaining…
We have so many gorgeous and fabulous events to share with you…and are working on doing just that. So to start…I’m going to give you some insight on my Rosh Hashana.
Every year we celebrate the Jewish New Year by enjoying some apples dipped in honey. This signifies a sweet year ahead. And this year I was hosting 10 adults, 2 kids and 2 babies for the traditional dinner to kick off our new year.
My lil man helped me set the table for the kids using mini apples as place card holders for the table assignments. Growing up my Boobie (grandmother) would always use doilies to set the table with. So we found these large sized doily placemats at Party City to set the kids plates under along with some crayons to color if they got antsy while waiting for dinner to be served.
My lil guy also added a homemade cup of flowers to the table…always a nice touch for the kids to be able to contribute!
And for the babes, I secured our Phil & Ted’s chairs to our dining room table, set a doily placemat at each along with sippy cups and kids cutlery and they were ready to hang…literally. Eating gefilte fish and all!
I worked with a bold palette of grape and forest green mixed with white and black all over. I set the adults table with succulents placed on top of wine glasses turned upside down and these gorgeous purple ball flowers that I found in the market…
A simple runner from Ikea made the white pop off the table with solid berry colored napkins that I found on the Party City website in their solid color section which I find so easy to navigate!
I used mini jars of honey with personalized labels for the seating cards…which doubled as a favor for my guests to take home.
Dinner was going to be a menu taken from my Boobie’s kitchen – she is known for most of these dishes and serves them to us whenever we go to Toronto.
Chopped liver, new dill pickles and crackers to nosh
Gefilte fish and a round challah (which as my mom in law told me signifies the circle of life)
Chicken soup with mazto balls
Aunt Sandy’s Peach brisket
Chicken burgers (which I totally dried out and ruined. So what do you want from me? I’m not perfect!)
And green bean casserole
And the best part of course was being able to get together with our family and friends. There’s nothing better.
So to all of you who celebrate – L’Shana Tova and we wish you an easy fast this upcoming weekend from all of us here at LMP.