A few months back I worked with Erica of Harper Gray to design and style her daughter’s birthday.
It was such fun to build this wall of fringe and really quite easy too!
Everything looked great
lots of sweets and treats!
and the kids had a ball.
Harper Gray out did herself on the graphics, as usual. I love the invitation boxes and tri fold invite.
These have become one of our most popular styles of invites now.
We also offer any of our custom party designs as napkins, cups, coasters, trays and more!
Thanks to Pagette Callendar Photography for spending the day with us!!
oh goodie designs was thrilled to be a part of this Doc McStuffins party for Simone who recently turned 3. Styled by Jenny Cookies in Los Angeles, it really has become one of my new favorite parties! So cute and perfectly pink and purple.
Love Love Love all the details.
We were honored to send some melamine trays for staging. I hear now Simone is using them in her room for decor! So perfect!
We also sent a box of our custom party horns. Every child’s party need loud noise and our popular party horns fit the bill. These can be custom designed and hand wrapped for your special day too!
See more details here on people.com.
It’s just what the Doctor ordered!
I was honored to work with CupCakeMag with their Shabby Chic First Birthday party feature. Everything turned out so super cute!
I love how our mint stripe melamine tray looks with these cupcakes!
Hope over to the shop to see what’s new! I can’t wait for Spring!
A few months ago a great customer wanted to create a Monster party with chevron rainbows for her daughter’s 2nd birthday!
We are always glad when cusomers return to us for original desings.
We love how she styled the party and lucky for us she is an amazing photographer so it’s a win win situation.
Thanks Jen for always trusting us to design for your events. We love working with you and your adorable family!
My son, Tommy turned 3 in May of 2012 and we had an incredible vintage train party planned and styled by Oh Goodie Designs. We were on an actual vintage train dining car and the kids could climb in and around a real caboose and engine. My husband and I were so excited to give him his “big boy” bike as his gift and we wheeled it onto the dining car, where we proudly sat it in the corner.
Since May I have tried no less than 100 times to get Tommy interested in learning to ride his bike. I’ve tried every approach: getting excited, trying to be cool and low key, offering a treat to try to ride, offering a treat to sit on it…you name it, I tried it. He had no interest…until January of 2013. He hoped on his bike and started riding…without help from me.
As he rode and I walked behind him, he asked me, “Mom, was this bike from my train party?”
Me: “Yes. It was your gift from Mommy and Daddy”
Tommy: “Oh, I thought it was decoration from JoJo” (JoJo is what my kids call Jo Anne, my sister who owns Oh Goodie Designs)
I had to chuckle that, in his young mind, it was a possibility that a really cool bike could be used as a prop at a party. It helped that I was chuckling because as he rode a few feet ahead of me, his younger brother followed on his inherited tricycle and this was the first time that I did not have to be hands on help with either kiddo riding a bike. This was a huge milestone in our family and I could have cried. It was bittersweet.
I’m not sure what the lesson is in this story. It helped me remember that Tommy, like most children, has a reason for everything he does or does not do. In his mind, this bike was one of JoJo’s props and he was showing respect. The lesson could be a reminder of how quickly time passes and before you know it, your kids don’t need as much from you as they the did the day prior. Or, the lesson could be the importance of being in the moment to be able to witness these special moments that make you laugh and cry.
Have a happy week–
Janel Perez, M.S., L.P.C.
It just occured to me that as planning for my daughter’s 13th birthday next week, I had not posted pictures from last years party. WOW!
Last year’s party was a winter wonderland in icy blues, luster dust and golden hues. Blue is her favorite color so we used it as mucha as we could. We meet for lunch with her friends then had a super fun mall scavenger hunt. The girls all had a blast!
What a fun day in the park for Charlie’s 2nd birthday!!
We all gathered in the park to enjoy hot dogs, homemade sides and delicious desserts.
It was a great day for family reminiscing of years spent at this specific park. This is the reason why Charlie’s Mom wanted to incorporate oilcloth and a vintage feel because that is what reminds her of those special outings with family from years ago.
The guests enjoyed many activities like swimming, fishing, feeding the ducks, bubble blowing, sidewalk chalk art and of course a pinata!
Paletas cooled off the guests and it wouldn’t be a picnic without bees as they hovered over our Aquas Frescas.
Charlie says, “Enough pictures, let’s get this party started!”
It was a super fun day and I think Charlie had a great birthday!! Thanks for letting me be a part of your special day!
We are in the full swing of back to school around here.
Homework, lunchboxes and alarm clocks. This back to school breakfast shared with me by Delightful Designs made me smile thinking of how school can be fun and bright!
Keeping a smile on my kids’ faces each morning is exausting. Maybe surprising them with a Back to school breakfast wouldn’t be such a bad idea.
See the feature here for downloads and more ideas like the cutest little owls I’ve ever seen!!
I was contacted by a fellow blogger to help in coordinating her twins’ first birthday. We had so much fun sharing ideas back and forth via email and text. I love helping to coordinate parties online. Friendships are always formed as you share your visions and talents. Harper Gray for OGD designed the invites and graphic suite used and OGD made the party hats, banners and suggested ideas for styling and set up using pictures sent to us of the park pavilion she has rented.
So, from many many miles away, Mac & Paisley look like they had a smashing good time!!
Contact us for your next event. We would love to help even if we can’t be there.
Looking forward to sharing more pictures of Miles’ 1st birthday with you. Our client contacted us from out of town. We completely coordinated this party online with thanks to vendors like Harper Gray, Crossing the Bugger Dixon Line, Ten23 Designs, Shop Sweet LuLu, and Hip Hip Hooray Children’s Wear.
Enjoy this sneak peek of Miles and his Mommy. Looks like everyone had a reel-y good time.
photography by Pam Lary Photography