Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Red White and Blue In Roseville!

We are so blessed to live in such a wonderful family friendly area such as Roseville California.  There are so many fun things to do for summer and for the 4th of July.  Here's whats popping for the 4th in sunny Roseville: Celebrate Independence Day in Downtown Roseville

  • Parade
    Join us for the return of the parade. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the Vernon/Douglas/Riverside intersection, continuing down Vernon, right on Lincoln Street, and right on Park Drive.

    Royer Park Activities
    Stay for the fun after the parade in Royer Park from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. including food, games, and music by the Capitol Pops Concert Band starting at 12 p.m.

    Fireworks
    Join us at the Placer County Fairgrounds for fireworks. Gates open at 7 p.m., and the show begins at approximately 9:30 p.m.  No alcohol, glass containers, barbecues or personal fireworks permitted. Soda, bottled water and food will be available for purchase at the fairgrounds.

    Want to be in the Parade?
    Download the application here. 

    Want a printable flyer? 
    Download it here.
  • Not up to heading out?  How about a 4th inspired BBQ Picnic in your back yard? heres some inspirational pictures above! 

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

4th of July Inspiration

Here's a Sneak Peek into our 4th of July Picnic and BBQ Inspiration....

Photo: Tamsin Enos


Banner: Sweet Bambino, Photo: Tamsin Enos
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sweet-Bambino/195326350510241

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Flowers: Florals by Flory, Photo: Tamsin Enos
FLowers: Florals by Flory, Photo: Leonard Flory
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Florals-by-Flory/195193573843851
Event by: Cherry Kissed Events, All Flowers done by Florals by Flory! Check her out on Facebook-4th inspired Banner by Sweet Bambino also found on Facebook-Photos By: Leonard Flory and Tamsin Enos @ Sweet Bambino

Monday, June 20, 2011

How to Make Cake Pops

by: therellerfamily.blogspot.com
Cake Pops- aren't they adorable and delectable? They are super easy to make, just about as easy or as time consuming as you would like them to be.  We've posted the easiest way but you can get as original and from scratch as you wish!! (article from cakepops.org)


How To Make Cake Pops

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  • Bake time 35min
  • Cool time 1 hr 30 min
  • Total time: About 3 hr
  1. 1 Package of any boxed cake mix  (Baked as directed on the box)
  2. 1/3 cup of your favorite frosting. Canned or homemade
  3. 1lb. Package of candy melts. Any color
  4. Popsicle sticks
  5. Any type of edible decorations
  6. Wax paper.

Bake cake and allow to cool completely (about one hour).

Crumble cake in large bowl and add frosting.

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Put cake mixture in fridge and chill for 30 min or overnight

Shape dough into balls or press into favorite cookie cutter.

Melt candy coating according to directions on bag.
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Dip end of Popsicle stick in candy melts and insert into cake ball.  Allow to harden in refrigerator for about 10 min. This will help the cake to stay on the stick.

this point you can add decorations.

After you take the pops out of the refrigerator allow 2-4 min before you dip into the candy melts as to prevent cracking and dry upside down. At 


Have fun and enjoy
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

SURPRISE Parties are Where it's at!






My wonderful best friend (business partner) and husband really got me good for my 28th birthday a few weeks ago. How hard is it to throw a party for the party girl?



 Kendall and I have thrown or helped with a few surprise parties this past year and they were amazing and very much worth all the energy, time, money, and patience it takes to throw a surprise event.  But this party was something that will stick with me FOREVER.

Think black, white, and red all over.  Every one dressed in black and white.  Rose's, wine, cheese, and chocolate in ever corner and pictures of me in frames all over the place! It was immaculate, beautiful, and romantic to the T.  When I showed up, I jumped up and down and cried out of joy and amazement at what she had done for me.  This is when I had a revelation of what it really feels like for those special people in your lives that you can make this happen for as well.  No money can pay the price for the feeling I felt to have some of my closest girlfriends there just for me, plotting and planning months ahead of time all for me.

I truly felt so loved to have a theme that was all about me and that any one would take there sweat and tears to make it all come together so wonder-fly.  That's what throwing a great party is all about. That's why we do what we do and make your dream weddings come true.  That's why when its your first baby and you want to remember it all like it was yesterday we capture the moments in the shower and let you sit back relax and enjoy it while we do all the work.  It is SO worth it folks to have some one throw your parties for you.  To make your event happen.

We are the pro's we know the in's and out's and we learn more and more with each event we do!  Its so amazing.  I was surprised out of my mind at all the details that meant so much to me.  Handmade wine charms, painted branches with dozens of individually diamonds dangling for centerpieces, themed matching wine and Hors d'Ĺ“uvre labels,  the three layer chocolate decadent cake, on and on, event photographer that soon later gets you the pictures so no one has to be left out!  I could go on and on ... the pictures speak for the PARTY!!!

You ready for yours yet??

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Fund-raise for Kids with Cancer

By: http://frogprincepaperie.com

When I used to fund-raise for kids with cancer at the Keaton Raphael Memorial (www.childcancer.org) I was able to really connect with the idea of a child’s wish.  Many of the kids were able to make a wish to do something that they would normally never be able to do with the Make A Wish Foundation (www.wish.org).  Many of these kids had tough lives while in treatment and anything that brought a smile to their face was memorable.  My inspiration for today is a birthday themed around wishes.  I hope you enjoy these great pictures and ideas.  I want to be at that party right now!
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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

2nd Annual Midsummer Masquerade Charity Event

Stone Barn Ranch
Sheridan, CA

By Alwaysfabulousevents.blogspot.com
By Amberevents.blogspot.com
 The Artisan Building in collaboration with Stone Barn Ranch (www.stonebarnranch.com) cordially invite you and your guests to the 2nd Annual Midsummer Masquerade Charity Event!


MASKS & FORMAL ATTIRE REQUIRED

18th Century Costumes Recommended, All Ages Welcome! 

Black masks will be available at SBR. 

Poker Tournament, Costume Contest, Raffle, Treasure Hunt, Official Masquerade Dance and more!

Tickets include finger foods, desserts, and specialty non-alcoholic drinks. 

**Proceeds from ticket sales and poker tournament benefit Wind Youth Services (www.windyouth.org), an organization that helps bridge the gap in education, health, housing and employment opportunities for homeless youth in Sacramento.**

Poker Tourney - $10 buy-in with one $10 re-buy. Only 24 spots available. Re-buy can be purchased at the event.

**Please note that this is an outdoor event. You are encouraged to bring your own wine and beer!**

Tickets will also be available at the door: $12 each; $22/couple; $40/4

A Cherry Kissed Event ~ Glamorous Every Time!

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Contact
Who:Susan Purdy
Phone:(916) 801-2388
Email:s.fore81@yahoo.com
Web:http://www.artisansacramento.com


https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/172592 link to buy tickets!!