It is FINALLY summer!! After this Florida girl has survived another Midwest winter, you better believe that I am ready for all things summer and party. We styled a sweet summertime bash designed around these super fun bomb pop invitations and our bomb pop garland. The best part? I created most of the designs using coordinating pattern paper that I am giving you all for FREE today. You can check out the party in its entirety here.
The pattern paper we throw in each printable party set of ours is one of my favorite things to offer because you can basically make anything you want out of it. Needed something we didn't offer in the package? No problem, just print up a couple of sheets and cut out what you need!
Each design prints up full sheet. This particular one that we are giving away features a fun red and blue watercolor designed that I painted to go with our invitations. There's a stripe and dotted version.
One of the first things I made from ours was cupcake wrappers and some party flags to top the cupcakes with. You can just google cupcake wrapper template and a bunch pop up. Pick one, print it, and use that as your template to cut these babies out.
Seriously, one of my favorite things to do is to line trays with our patterned paper because it's such a fun and easy way to add a pop of pattern to make everything tie in together.
Friends don't let friends drink from boring water bottles.... or something like that ;) For these, I just cut our paper into strips, wrapped around the bottles, and then taped.
This sweet garland was one of my favorite details. I just cut out circles (and then cut those in half) to make this festive garland.
The final thing I did was make candy wrappers for the goody bags. I just wrapped hershey miniature candies, but you could do any size bar with these. Just measure and cut!
I had so much fun playing around with the paper and really being able to kind of give an idea on what to do with it. Other ideas could be: party hats, cones, straw flags, or even placemats!
What would you do with it? Click below to get the papers for free and be sure to tag us with your creations!