I rate myself as a cook. And I am not bad at baking either. One thing I cannot do though, and it kills me, is ice cookies. I look at blog posts and vlogs on how to do it. It looks so easy. It’s possible I have some type of icing dyslexia or something – but try as I might – it’s an epic fail. A.L.W.A.Y.S. So when we decided that we would make something for Fathers Day (anything we usually buy gets grateful received and then bunged in a drawer – never to be used again) we sought professional help and took ourselves to Biscuiteers.
Today is our 3rd birthday! So in honour of this, for our last party post of the week – we give you 3 quick and easy ways to make cupcakes look FABULOUS at a party. I have bought Lola’s Cupcakes to demonstrate…but for the less baking-challenged home-made works too!
These tiny balloons are so cute and diddy, and can be used in countless ways for MAJOR show-off points at a party!
It’s all very well having your Horrifying Halloween look nailed down, and the food conquered by your own evil genius – but once the Trick or Treating is over and done, how do you keep them kids amused? We asked pals of the blog and favourite party gear creators – like, E.V.E.R. – My Little Day, for their Chic Halloween Party ideas. I shall put you in their very capable hands now…
Happy birthday to Prince George who is turning one on July 22nd. I decided not to write up what presents we can get him – frankly all he needs in my opinion is a good pair of skinny jeans, a hoodie and some funking high tops. This whole twee look is not doing it for me. Sorry. Please don’t chop my head off.
So instead of presents we thought we would create a ‘Little Prince Party’ to celebrate his first birthday. And when I say ‘we’ – I refer to the brilliant Charlotte Saye from the super stylish party store The Carousel Show. I shall now place you in her very capable hands…
Forget damp mince pies in a church hall. The people at Kasimira plan the most high-end, lavish festivities in all of London and even abroad if you would like them to. So who better to give us their top 10 kids Xmas party tips? Here at KSJ – we only like to bring our Junkies the very best! Let’s go….
Who said a party could only have one theme? Couple ‘Christmas’ with another favourite kid’s party theme to make your party stand out. Some of our favourite combinations are; Animal Farm at Christmas, The Circus at Christmas, Peter Pan’s Christmas, Christmas Disco, A Vintage Christmas.