These brothers had so much fun at Rancho San Antonio County Park in Los Altos Hills California, not far where the boys live is a gorgeous mountain view.
Together with photographer Christi Falls, they decided to go to the mountains of North Carolina (Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, and Linville) for their portrait session.
The Teddy Bear’s Picnic was a song written in the 1930s and was widely popular back then. Preston’s mom Amy listened to it growing up and loves anything nostalgic to the past and thought it would be perfect theme for her son’s first birthday party.
In Kimberly’s house, The Very Hungry Caterpillar book by Eric Carle is a favorite read. The story and colors are so beautiful.
Registering can be just as tricky, especially when you don’t know what you’ll need. Here’s how to be smart about organizing your baby registry, finding gifts with style for a new life.
From footprints on the sand to breaking waves as backgrounds, beach maternity shoots capture nature and wonder juxtaposed with creating life perfectly.
This purple and green princess birthday party takes place on the bayou with Tiana and features frogs, lily pads, fireflies and all things to make dreams come true.
Fly up to Cloud Nine with this hot air balloon themed baby shower featuring a stunning dessert table and giant balloon baskets ready to lift off.
A birthday plate perfect for boys and girls of all ages, these just ducky first birthday dinner plates will help you set the theme for a quacking party.
My daughter loves horses and all things Cowgirl, yet she is also a very girly-girl and feminine. I wanted to create something that equally reflected both of those strong characteristics in her.
This yellow colored outdoor first birthday party captures fun in the sun and was inspired by the giraffes of the birthday boy’s nursery.
Inspired by the Muppet’s popularity resurgence, Lynlee took her favorite character–the divine Miss Piggy–and put a contemporary twist on it. Welcome to the Miss Piggy in Paris party!
This aqua and red color baby shower is modeled after the Pear Tree Greeting bicycle built for three invitation and features DIY tassel decorations.
In November 2007, Lauren Pressey was awaiting the birth of her baby boy. To celebrate, her mother threw her a spectacular shower to remember at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, California. “I wanted to have a relaxed theme that brought the colors of the beach together. We knew I was having a boy so the blue, tan and white worked perfectly,” Pressey said.
When Kate Powell’s son Dean celebrated his first birthday, she threw her little man a “Mr. Man” mustache first birthday party.
Sushi is the forbidden food for pregnant women. Raw fish, high in mercury count is the first no-no that pregnant women are told about, making it one of the foods they crave the most. Pregnant Baby Lifestyles staffer Ellen has been daydreaming about California rolls topped with dynamite sauce for months and hated that she wouldn’t be able to eat it at her shower, since she thought of having it at one of her favorite sushi restaurants. Just to make her mouth water a little more, we came up with a fish-free sushi shower
The calming hues of blue and green make for a perfect under the sea theme baby shower complete with starfish, whales, fish and bubbles!
Stacy Coon is not a professional party planner. But you wouldn’t know it by looking at this Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter party she hosted. “This was a very fun party to create! I wanted it to be a magical event and I think I definitely accomplished that.”
Giddy Up! This pink and brown cowgirl themed birthday party features bandanas, haybales and all things horses and cowgirls at the dessert table.
This red love Valentine’s Day celebration is a cookie decorating party for kids. Featuring rustic elements and candy hearts on the dessert party, these little helpers fell in love with sweet treats.
When a new member is added to a family, it’s always important to remember even the simplest moments in life, like that magical time at the end of summer at Caesar’s Creek Beach and State Park in Ohio.
Nicole used the Secret Garden as her inspiration to create a magical baby shower scene of a garden that felt almost like something from another world.
If you are expecting a little girl soon, we have the perfect baby shower favor for you. OPI, nail polish in a delicate pink nail polish called “It’s a Girl”.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with these fun cupcake invitations for your next baby shower or birthday party.
Growing up I had a friend whose birthday was Christmas day. I never forgot her birthday, but it was always hard for her to compete with and continually come in second with such a huge holiday. If you have a child with a birthday this December 25, Baby Lifestyles has some tips to make sure your child’s birthday is special and not treated as an afterthought in the wake of all things Christmas.
A collage of cupcake images and ideas for decorating your baby’s nursery, shower themes, and accessories to fill your baby’s life.
Taking into account the little girl on the way and mom’s favorite color being pink, she brainstormed a farmhouse brunch baby shower.
This luxury and elegant pink baby shower is all about sweet things, soft colors, everything that represents a baby girl.
Naomi had the idea to turn her heart balloon design into a hot air balloon cake for this first birthday party dessert table.
From decorative details that included pink and blue striped straws, and toppers that said Boy? or Girl?, it was up to the guests to guess Kate and Charlie’s gender secret.
Her daughter Meemo had a pink pirate themed birthday party, because it looked so different from her brother’s party and because it’s her favorite color. Spoken like a true pirate princess!
Kim Stoegbauer has a passion for all things pretty. When it comes to her daughter Kate, there’s nothing she won’t decorate, design, plan or craft for her little girl. Kate — or perhaps mommy Kim — has a definite sweet tooth. For Kate’s first birthday Kim, author of the TomKat Studio, went all out creating a cupcake themed birthday party. To continue giving sweets for her sweetie, Kate’s second birthday party was a Lolliipop bonanza!
Sandra and Kevin Usleman wanted to do something special for their best friends, Kristina and Scott Rehling who are adopting a child from the Gladney Center for Adoption’s Ethiopian program. Rather than a traditional baby shower with wine and cheese and baby gifts, Usleman decided to do something a bit different. A music concert seemed like the ideal event for the Rehlings who are veterans of the Austin, Texas, music scene. So, rather than presenting typical baby shower gifts like bottles and diapers, guests will buy tickets to the event and will be treated to an intimate, world class concert featuring some of the top music artists in Austin.
family, friends and a whole lot of sugar come together for this incredible lumberjack party.
nontraditional patterns mixed with the traditional holiday red and green and thus, her holiday mod collection was born.
Throwing a rocking baby shower? You’ll love these rock n roll style invitations for your shower or birthday party.
Rock out with this Future Rock Star themed baby shower featuring glitz details and hip guitars on the dessert table.
Melissa created a dazzling dessert buffet for this enchanted prom party. She decorated the table with boas and feathers and glittering disco balls adding some sparkle to the sprinkles.
One photograph that Becca wanted, in particular, was a shot of Anna Beth’s hands their their hands and her grandmother’s hands, who was visiting.
This little baby goes from little knit hats to princess crowns and even snoozes in a soft basket in her newborn photography shoot. How cute!