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Friday, May 1, 2015

15+ Mother's Day Party Ideas

 

Mother's Day is quickly approaching!  Need some new ideas to celebrate mom?  I've gathered up our past Mother's Day celebrations to inspire you.  So many fun, creative ideas to choose from, plus some real cute kids to look at!  Take a look and click on the links for more information.

2011  Mother's Day Pink, Lime Green and Toile
Mother's Day Celebration
Flower Pot Place Markers
Squiggle Cake for Mom
Plastic Tablecloth Poms
Herb Garden for Mom


2012  Mother's Day Turquoise Party
Mother's Day Turquoise Party
Glass Jar Painting
Gumball Wreath
Ruffle Cake for Mom
A Love Tree


2013  Mother's Day Tea Party Brunch


Mother's Day Tea Party Brunch
Tea-riffic Tea Bag Cookies
Donut Hole Cupcakes
Card Branch Gift Idea for Mom



And here's our Mother's Day Celebration from last year.  This one never made it on the blog, (too much going on last year!) but don't you just love our color theme?  Lime green with black and white polka dots plus some chalkboard thrown in. 

2014

A few details: 
-Lime green jello push pops were a hit with my nephews.
-Chalkboard tags were used for place markers.
-Polka dot cupcake liners held little candies and treats.
-I made everyone take a turn in the 'photo booth' (of course). 
-We changed up from a brunch menu to a lunch menu. Yummy!  -The men chose to 'cuddle' up at the table so they could celebrate Mother's Day AND keep their eye on the Mariner's game happening on the TV. (They're cheering for a M's win.)
-The lime green poms down the center of the table were from Mother's Day 3 years ago.  I love when I can reuse!
- Lime green polka dot wrapping paper covered the table, with black and white polka dot crepe paper down the center.



Any guesses on the color theme this year?  Hmm, wish I knew...I better get busy planning...it will be our first Mother's Day in our new home!  Happy Mother's Day to you!












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