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Paper Straws and Organic Cocktails for Cooler Weather – Part 2:Winter
Paper Straws and Organic Cocktails for Cooler Weather – Part 2:Winter
Category: Blog
Posted: 12-08-2012 15:46:00
Views: 1752
Synopsis:

Learn how to include this year’s hottest new eco-chic accent, paper straws, into seasonal drinks & desserts just in time for your Winter events. Our green event expert will inspire you to use these multi-functional straws in all of your upcoming parties.

Top 5 Green Stocking Stuffers For Kids
Top 5 Green Stocking Stuffers For Kids
Category: Blog
Posted: 11-22-2012 10:58:00
Views: 2655
Synopsis: Even Santa knows that the easiest way to make your holiday season merry and bright is to fill their stockings with green and sustainable gifts!
Paper Straws and Cocktails for Cooler Weather – Part 1: Fall
Paper Straws and Cocktails for Cooler Weather – Part 1: Fall
Category: Blog
Posted: 10-28-2012 19:47:00
Views: 1361
Synopsis:

Learn how to include this year’s hottest new eco-chic accent, paper straws, into seasonal drinks & desserts just in time for your Autumn events.

Green Halloween Essentials
Green Halloween Essentials
Category: Blog
Posted: 09-22-2012 18:19:00
Views: 1213
Synopsis: Add some green to your Halloween this year with these eco-friendly costumes, favors, and decorations. Your little ghouls and goblins will love these organic Halloween cookies too!
Eco Friendly Back to School Essentials
Eco Friendly Back to School Essentials
Category: Blog
Posted: 08-21-2012 18:19:00
Views: 1064
Synopsis:

This year, send them back to school with everything they need for an eco friendly, sustainable school year!

Shabby Chic Garden Tea Party Part 1 - Planning the Setting, the Colors, and the Style
Shabby Chic Garden Tea Party Part 1 - Planning the Setting, the Colors, and the Style
Category: Blog
Posted: 07-14-2012 18:49:00
Views: 3247
Synopsis:

A shabby chic garden tea party is the perfect theme for a fun and stylish event for eco-chic girls of any age. Tea parties will suit many occasions and can be designed around your favorite color palette. As you can see in these photos, lavender and mint green look lovely together and the dragonfly accents add whimsy to the overall design.

Eco-Friendly, Rustic Farm Theme Party
Eco-Friendly, Rustic Farm Theme Party
Category: Blog
Posted: 06-29-2012 14:49:00
Views: 3646
Synopsis:

Host an Eco Friendly Rustic Farm Theme Party to delight young and old at your next birthday party bash. This party theme celebrates a simpler lifestyle, and it does so in a way that seeks to minimize the waste created at typical parties.

Favor, Favor, What’s Your Eco-chic edible Favor?
Favor, Favor, What’s Your Eco-chic edible Favor?
Category: Blog
Posted: 06-13-2012 10:58:00
Views: 3271
Synopsis:

Confused by what to offer your guests as a good eco-chic favor? Your Green Event Expert offers a multitude of possibilities for brides and perky party planners.

Celebrate Earth Day with a Fun, Eco-Friendly Party!
Celebrate Earth Day with a Fun, Eco-Friendly Party!
Category: Blog
Posted: 04-13-2012 19:26:00
Views: 3251
Synopsis:

Our planet awakens every spring and so does our appreciation for its fragile beauty. That's why on every April 22nd we celebrate Earth Day. Since the first celebration in 1970, the excitement for this holiday continues to grow each year. You can join in the fun by hosting an eco-friendly party to celebrate Earth Day with your family and friends.

Top Picks for an Eco-friendly Easter Gift Basket
Top Picks for an Eco-friendly Easter Gift Basket
Category: Blog
Posted: 04-05-2012 17:34:00
Views: 849
Synopsis: Easter morning is a special time for family traditions, which might include attending a sunrise church service; donning a new spring outfit; or hosting a special Easter brunch. But for young children, no tradition can beat the excitement they feel in checking out their Easter basket. And shouldn’t parents, who only want the best for their families, fill those baskets with items that are healthy for the children as well as the planet?