Once the Christmas and New Year festivities are behind us, it’s a long haul before the warm summer months. Light up those cold, dark winter evenings with a stylish party. Invite your nearest and dearest to enjoy some fun and frivolity and take a break from the monotony of January.
Set The Tone
Forget email and texts, set the tone by sending printed invitations. Include all pertinent details,
I received free products from Shari’s Berries to enhance the ice cream sundae bar I had planned for our #DivaTime Summer Bash and to help celebrate National Ice Cream Day which falls on the 3rd Sunday in July and is a part of National Ice Cream Month.
Every summer my girlfriends (the #DivaCrew) and I gather for our annual Summer Cookout. It’s a time to get our families together and just enjoy some one-on-one time with everyone.
Whether you’re single, married, dating, or have small kids in the house, it can be a bit of a challenge to make Valentine’s Day fun. While the holiday is marketed as a day for couples, it doesn’t have to be exclusively for people in intimate relationships. But if you are in a relationship, you still might need some ideas for making things enjoyable.
Here are some ideas on how to make Valentine’s Day fun and enjoyable for all!
This weekend a dear friend entrusted me with the task of putting together a gender reveal party. This is totally outside my area of expertise but it was fun to get out of my comfort zone and do something for a wonderful diva!
A gender reveal party is a fun way to get close family and friends together and reveal to them the sex of your family’s newest addition. Typically it is held about 15-20 weeks into a women’s pregnancy.
Last weekend my husband and I had one of our first date nights in years (yes, years). Honestly, I believe the last one may have been when I was pregnant with Miss V so almost 2 years ago. Yes, it was very much overdue.
As an added plus, we were able to support a participant of The Divatude Challenge – E’Toshia!!!
I’m typically a stay-at-home with a good bottle(s) of wine and Law &
Now that it’s getting cooler outside – my super rambunctious boys are limited on how much outdoor play they do. Definitely true Southerners – as soon as it gets in the mid-60s they’re complaining that it’s FREEZING outside. My oldest is traumatized every year he visits his grandmother in Jersey for the holidays!
My challenge – especially on the weekends – is finding indoor kid activities that will keep them entertained, me sane and nothing broken.