Sunday, March 1, 2015

Adorkable Kids Line Rocks

You may have seen our prior post on Adorkable Apparel and our fangirling over Traci Hines. Well, one thing that bummed me out is that there was nothing from the line that would fit the Monsters....until now that is! Adorable just released a great new Urban Mermaid Tee for kids and my lil' girls got a chance to show them off in the happiest place on earth: Disney World! We got so many compliments on the shirts while we were there, especially from Ariel herself! You have to get the little mermaid in your life one of these shirts. Check out our awesome mermaid shots below:









http://www.adorkableapparel.com




Saturday, February 14, 2015

Sin Delivers a Very #DisneySide Cake!

You may have seen my previous post on the awesome Providence based bakery: Sin. Well, get ready to be even more impressed with their work once you see the amazing cake they made for our Disney Side party.


This beautiful "Happy #DisneySide" cake was a fully vegan chocolate cake with yummy vegan fondant. All the princesses were featured as well as a gorgeous fondant castle on top.




I cannot believe how detailed and beautiful this cake is. Sin really outdid themselves. Check out Sin's contact information below and you will not regret having them make a cake for your next big event!

Sin Bakery
200 Allens Ave. Providence, RI, 02903
(401) 369-8427 or e-mail info@eatwicked.com






Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Easy Valentine's Lollipop Cards

I absolutely LOVE how Zoe's Valentine cards for school came out this year! I saw a great tutorial on Pinterest from Design Mom and just had to try it out. Even though she was a little under the weather this week, Zoe was a trooper for four our photo shoot and I got this great photo:

 
 
Zoe helped me design the card itself on PicMonkey since she loves using that site to design pictures of her own on it. I printed them out from CVS in standard photo size.

 
 
I got some organic heart shaped lollipops to put in Zoe's hand on the card. The way I found easiest was to use a straight razor blade to cut a tiny slit in the card and then I secured with tape on the back. The finished product was tons of 3D fun!
 

 
 
Check out the original tutorial and have a great Valentine's Day!


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Party City Helps me Show my #DisneySide Perfectly! Frozen Giveaway Inside!

It is less than a week until our second official #DisneySide home celebration and it is pretty hectic around here! One thing I don't have to worry about though is party supplies because when I think of Disney and I think of party supplies, I naturally think of Party City, one of our kind sponsors from our first #DisneySide party.  Party City did not disappoint last year when we had our Mickey and Minnie bash, and they definitely are helping make my Preschool Princess Party an event to rival any royal ball!

Quite literally only the top layer of the shipment box....yikes! I have a Disney problem!

These lanterns will make great decorations and save me a lot of time crafting!

I had never seen these body jewels before....Party City has such original stuff in all themes!

Balloons for days!

One thing I love about Party City is their awesome selection of licensed costumes!

Decals will make the playroom even more special.

I found goodie bags to tie in perfectly with the cross theme of princess and Valentine's Day!

A coloring station is part of my plans.

A clever spin on a regular game.

Sofia has a starring role in the party!

SO....MUCH...PINK

This is just a small sampling of the party supplies I could have ordered in the princess theme; Party City thinks of everything! This isn't even the whole lot of stuff, so stay tuned for our party post to see more of their supplies coupled with my actual #DisneySide home celebration box.  Have you been thinking of showing off your own Disney Side lately? Do you have a Frozen obsessed child by any chance? Well then I have great news!  I am giving away some great Frozen swag from Party City! These items will be perfect for your coronation day, so enter below and get your party on!


Wednesday, January 28, 2015

A Visit to the Providence Children's Museum

Before Juno blasted New England, we got a chance to spend a fun family day at the Providence Children's Museum. The museum offers lots of fun for children of all ages, featuring many exhibits like:


Play Power – Send objects soaring through air tubes and construct magnetic mazes in an environment that celebrates the power of children’s play.

Water Ways – Explore ice, mist and discover the swirling, whirling ways of water in an all-new water play environment!

The Children’s Garden – Explore a garden of native plants, a perfect place for a picnic lunch and for active outdoor play.

The Climber – Wriggle and stretch through an artful two-story-high climbing maze.

Underland – Discover an imaginative subterranean world of roots, worm tunnels and critters’ burrows.

Iway – Tackle bridge-building challenges and plan a city in an exhibit about solving problems.

Coming to Rhode Island – Take a time-traveling adventure to meet people who immigrated to Rhode Island from around the world.

ThinkSpace – Experiment with shapes and spaces in this dynamic new learning environment.

Littlewoods – Climb into a tree house, swoop down a slide and crawl through a bear cave in an enchanting woodland environment. Just for infants to 4-year-olds and their caregivers.

Discovery Studio – Explore a different activity each week in a vibrant program space designed for science and nature exploration and art experimentation.

Strings Attached – Bring marionettes to life and learn about the artistry of two Rhode Island puppet masters.

We visited on Martin Luther King Day and the museum had a lot events tied into the history of that day. We had a fantastic visit and the girls can't wait to return! Check out our fun photos from the day below as well as visiting information























Hours
September - March
Open Tuesday - Sunday, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Open select Friday evenings until 8:00 PM.
Closed Mondays except holidays and public school vacations.
Closed Thanksgiving Day and December 24 & 25.
April - Labor Day

Open daily, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and select Friday evenings until 8:00 PM.

See a detailed calendar of activities.

Visit the Museum's Facebook page for schedule updates and announcements.



Admission
$9.00 for adults and children; babies under 12 months are free.
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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Our #DisneySide Cake is Going to be Amazing: A Look at Sin Bakery in Providence

What's a good party without a great cake? I love a great cake, but we have the added caveat of finding great vegan cakes in this house. Now, I can make a mean boxed mix, but that's not exactly what I had in mind for our #DisneySide party. I wanted all the little princesses to be wowed, so I immediately thought of Sin Bakery in Providence, R.I. 

Sin is an awesome bakery that does handmade wedding and birthday cakes that just look amazing! And get this, they can make vegan cakes too! I also have a little girl with nut allergies attending the party and their vegan cake also happens to be nut free as well....score!

If you can dream it, Sin can make it! I gave them free creative control over our Preschool Princess cake, but check out some of their previous Disney creations:



Who doesn't love these two?

Perfect for a baby girl's first Disney birthday!
What little boy wouldn't love this?

All the classic characters in one perfect cake!

I cannot wait to show you all what Sin creates for our party! If you are in the Providence area check them out for all your party needs; they are great to work with and you won't regret it! So "Eat Wicked" and check out Sin!

Sin Bakery
200 Allens Ave. Providence, RI, 02903
(401) 369-8427 or e-mail info@eatwicked.com