Summer’s dizzy heights bring warmth and sunshine; the perfect ingredients for hosting a party outside. They also mean that you’ll need to keep your guests – young and old – cool somehow. Do this with a combination of refreshing drinks, iced treats and water games.
Our US friends celebrate Independence Day on 4th July each year with parties and fireworks. Why not join in the fun this summer, perhaps with a daytime picnic or an evening barbeque with friends and family? Get together, decorate in red, white and blue and celebrate all things American.
When it comes to baby showers we have far less experience than our friends across the pond, but it’s a trend that has caught on here in recent years as a great way to spoil the mum-to-be. Here Leonora Bamford, founder of the gorgeous parenting website My Baba kindly shares her advice.
6th June marks the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, of enormous importance to the Allied victory in World War 2. To remember and honour those brave soldiers, get together for a garden or street-long feast! We’ve put together some hints, tips and ideas for a Best of British celebration.
At the height of summer, when the days are long and the evenings golden, you might be inspired to give your big day a touch of the big top. If the weather permits, gather guests in the garden under strings of fairy lights and paper decorations. Serve refreshments from stalls for all the retro fun of the fair…