Put on your party hats, people. It’s time to plan.
Get the Word Out
Make a good first impression with a Paper Culture invite. The new online stationer combines modern, fun designs with 100 percent recycled premium card stock. Bonus: Add a personalized message for free. Plus, through the end of the year, give them your guest list and they’ll address for no extra cost. Pay for the stamps and they’ll send your invites out.
Fly in an Ice Cream Social in a Box from L.A.’s finest, Dandy Don’s (we’ve tasted it, and it’s well worth the shipping). Smother vanilla bean, chocolate, Harry’s Berries strawberry, and/or cappuccino crunch with toppers like brownie crumbles, caramel, nuts, M&Ms, crushed sugar cones, and more. The kit comes complete with spoons, napkins, and soda jerk hats for authenticity.
Waste not, want it all? Get it with Green Planet Parties’s party decorations in a bag. The hand-sewn, made-to-order, ecofriendly decorations include a Happy Birthday banner, table runner, and ten reusable goodie bags. Or save time with premade loot bags.
Hit it out of the park with a Birchangel handmade pinata. Take your pick from the designs on the site (the cherry sprinkles cupcake is the best-seller) or create your own. But plan in advance — delivery takes four to six weeks.
Now go blow it out.
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25% off Miss Brittany’s Organic Preschool Fun Dough
In honor of National Playdough Day (missed it? It was yesterday) Miss Brittany is giving DailyCandy Kids readers 25% off. Her deluxe gift set comes with three seven-ounce containers, a rolling pin, organic apron, and four wooden stampers. Enter code DC25 at checkout; valid thru Sept. 24.
A-Z Place Mat Coloring Pad
You’ve got one hand stirring pasta and the other prying a whining toddler from your leg. Get the hand you need by setting him up with a sheet from this place mat pad. He’ll keep busy and you’ll get dinner on the table — at least for the next 26 days.
Have I Got a Book for You!
Meet Al Foxword, the smoothest salesman we’ve ever met in the world of children’s books. You’ll appreciate the commentary on our consumer society; your kids will like Al’s zany tactics. Still not convinced? Just buy it.