- Sophie &Friends
Technology has changed so many things about the party industry, from inspirational decor photos to clever cupcake topper downloads. None has been more affected than the invitation industry.
It's been a loooong time since I've taken a real vacation. My husband Scott and I go to Mexico every February and July, but that's more of a second home than a vacation. We have obligations, friends, family, a home to take care of... Please don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining. I love Mexico and all it has to offer, but it is by no means a vacation. What I'm talking about is an honest to goodness, stay in a hotel, eat restaurant food, experience mind-boggling adventures, vacation.
I have to be completely honest with you...I keep waiting for the slime craze to end. However, it shows no sign of slowing down. For the umpteenth time this month, I find myself cursing myself for not purchasing stock in Elmer's.
Stress. It seems like everyone, even kids are suffering from it. Whether it comes from your job, social media, or a schedule so jammed packed you need a clone to actually handle it all, it just seems to be part of the American way.
Which is why, recently, we came up with a very simple idea for an easy craft/take home gift. It's a bath tea apothecary where guests can make their very own tub teas.
Okay, okay, okay....I know I decided a few years back to stop planning Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. It's not because I didn't love doing them, or enjoy my interaction with my clients, but because they are very time consuming and take me away from what I really love doing, interacting creatively with kids. However, when a dear client of over 25 years approached me about doing their daughter's Bat Mitzvah I found it hard to decline. Especially when I heard what they wanted to do for a theme.