Monday, April 16, 2018

Outdoor Graduation Party Ideas

It's almost the end of the year, and I couldn't be anymore excited for my graduation party! I am leaning towards having a boho/rustic outdoor theme. I want it to look like an outdoor wedding you see on Pinterest just minus the wedding part! We will have barbecue style foods, a dessert bar, outdoor games, and a Polaroid picture station. My mom and I are already going to Hobby Lobby and Michaels buying anything that matches the theme. Pinterest has been my number one go to for inspiration (follow me @kgstar123). I have pulled together some of my favorite pictures and websites I have found on Pinterest for my graduation party.

Food, Dessert, and Drink 

First of all these desserts look DELICIOUS!! Second, don't you just love the mismatch platters and also the crates the platters are on!
We already bought barrels like this and are going to fill them up with pop in vintage looking bottles.
I love how they use chalk board as a table cover!

Perfect for water and lemonade.

I love everything about this!

Card Boxes

Simple but cute!

The flowers are a perfect pop of color. 

So unique! I love it!

Picture Displays

I love the twine hanging from side to side.

I love this idea! It is so cute!

Photo Booths

Colorful tassels are perfect for backdrops in pictures.

I LOVE, LOVE this photo booth! It is perfect for a boho themed party.

Thank you for reading! What is your favorite graduation party idea?

Monday, June 12, 2017

Photo Diary: Zion National Park

This past spring, I was lucky enough to visit Utah for a week. I was awestruck by the landscape. I live in Michigan where it is flat with lots of greenery and lakes, so Utah was defiantly a change of scenery with the desert and the mountains. With 5 national parks and even more state parks, the only thing I planned on doing was hiking. Even though I wasn't able to visit all 5 national parks, I was able to visit two of them: Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon. Zion National Park was absolutely stunning. The mountains (or are they called red rocks?!?) were vibrant colors ranging from red to white; I felt like I was in a postcard! I researched some trails before going there and I saw that The Narrows was one of the most popular hikes; you basically hike in the Virgin River. Sadly I couldn't do that hike beacuse the trail was closed due to high current, just my luck! But there were plenty other trails to hike with incredibly views; bellow is a photo diary of some of my favorite pictures from Zion.