Trend: S’mores

I love the rustic look and feel-good nature of a s’more dessert. I love, even more, that party & wedding planners across the nation are bringing s’mores to their events. It is not just a delicious idea, its also an interactive one for guests (what could be a better activity?!). I see this trend almost daily and wanted to share some of my favorite inspiration.

Dinner Party S’more from Minimally Invasive.

S’mores in a Jar by Cookies & Cups.

Baby Shower S’more Station featured on Hostess with the Mostess.

Wedding S’more Station featured on Style Me Pretty.

Chai S’more featured on Design*Sponge.

S’mores & Hot Cocoa from One Charming Party.

S’mores in a Basket from Salt Harbor Designs.

S’more Party Favors from A Litte Cuppa Tea.

S’more Bar from Sweet Designs.

Something Borrowed: Sporty & Gold Olympic Party

I am pretty excited about the Olympics. Between all of our summer weddings, however, there is no way we have time to throw an Olympic party. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t live vicariously through those that do have time to dream up super creative ideas. Take, for example, this Sporty & Gold Olympic Party featured on Hostess with the Mostess, created by Bird’s Party. It was too inspiring not to share!

Check out all the vendor resources and how to purchase printables for this party here.

Something Borrowed: Easter Picnic

Easter is a very important holiday to us girls at Social Graces. It’s much bigger than easter eggs and candy (although we still love our eggs & candy!). We pray that this Easter season is a time of celebration in your life as well.

I came across a beautiful, airy Easter Picnic that Melissa from Ever So Pretty Events featured on Hostess with the Mostess. I had to share! To read about the details, click here.

Have a blessed Easter weekend!

Something Borrowed: Sweet “Love Bird” Brunch

Recently Hostess with the Mostess shared the sweetest Valentine’s Brunch styled and photographed by Andressa of Twinkle Twinkle Little Party. It is too cute to pass up, so we just had to show it to you! To see more details from the shoot (and to find out how to purchase the party printables), check out Andressa’s blog here.