Kay-Lynn's Wonderland Birthday Party!

Welcome to Kay-Lynn's Wonderland!

My daughter came to me a few months ago and said she wanted an Alice in Wonderland Birthday Party! I was excited to plan such a whimsical event, and felt this party would stretch me creatively-it did!

Kay-Lynn didn't want a tea-party, but rather a Queen of Hearts look- with a vintage feel.
We were on a tight budget so a lot of the table decor came from my party storage closet!! (Including, the chess piece, the picture frame, the green rabbits, the clock, the topiaries... I even pulled the tea cups from my own dishes!) I did buy few things like the paper balls that hung from the ceiling and the cupcake wrappers. My husband even built and painted the "The Which Way"
sign with left over pallet wood in our garage!

The fourteen girls loved the decor and had a blast making edible tea cups and playing games.
It was a wonderful night had by all!

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The Entryway Table!

Fall entryway decor! Ready to welcome guests on Thanksgiving day! 

In most homes the entryway is the first piece of furniture and decor a guest sees when they enter a home. It sets the precedence for what the rest of the home looks and feels like- and can tell a lot abut the people living there. 

Always make it an expression of you and your family members. 

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A Fall Center Piece

The fall decor is up! It's fun to add a little sparkle to the dining room table! 

A Thanksgiving table isn't complete with out a statement centerpiece! This is one is was easy to do! I took glass candles sticks and apothecary jars that I bought last year, and mixed in the same fall beads that I used in last years fall decor. Then added some glitter and metallic pumpkins for a touch of shine and pizazz!

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Warm Fall Touches

Fall is in the air here in Texas! We're are finally wearing pants and coats! It seems as soon as I put up my fall decor, it's time to take it down and put up Christmas! In fact, most stores don't even carry any Thanksgiving decor after Halloween.

So I wanted to share several different fall decor looks I've had over the last two years! Below is my entry table. 
I incorporated some everyday decor with harvest decor  I went to Pinterest for a free printable to put in my picture frame.

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