Girls' Day In Party

Mar 22
When Rue Magazine approached us to create a feature focused on green entertaining, we couldn't think of a better way to celebrate the rainy days of early spring than a Girls' Day In

We were inspired by the 1931 French film, Le Million, a charming, screwball comedy with amazing sets and cinematography (for the early 30s!). In the opening sequence there were beautiful paper flower garlands cascading across the ceiling of a joyous party, so we decided that would be the perfect craft for our guests, a fabulous group of Bay Area bloggers: Becca from Dans Mon Boudoir, Sylvia from Silver Lining, Anh from 9to5Chic, Liz from Say Yes to Hoboken, Julia from CasaSugar, and Logan from Oh Hello

We had so much fun styling and hosting the party! Thanks, Rue!


  • i love the idea of a book nook for parties! I’m so doing that for Sprites 5th bday in march (sniff sniff my baby is going to be 5! YIKES!)here are some books that look cute not sure I haven’t read themPolice : huryring! helping! saving! by Hubbell, Patricia. The police cloud by Niemann, ChristophRichard Scarry’s a day at the police station by Scarry, Richard. Sherman Crunchley by Numeroff, Laura Joffe.Policeman Small 1st by Lenski, Lois, The Officer’s Ball by Yee, Wong Herbert.Officer Buckle and Gloria by Rathmann, Peggy. and this one is a sesame street about police and fire workers: Hooray for our heroes! by Albee, Sarahhope this helps some and can’t wait to hear more about the party!

    Posted by Naveen on May 12, 2012

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