HAPPY 2013 to you all! I hope everyone had an enjoyable New Year's Eve. For me, spending time with some good friends while rocking these awesome mini trucker party hats by San Francisco design company, GAMAGO, made my transition into the new year pretty memorable. I highly recommend them if you want to add a touch of creativity, and silly, to any party.And did you know that 2013 is the year of the black water snake? According to astrology, with it will come unexpected changes and challenges. But what year doesn't bring these things, right? So get out there and do what you do. 2013 is our year!Tell me, was there anything unique that made your New Year's Eve especially memorable?
Today I am featuring another product from my Etsy shop.It is an invitation entitled, "This is the Time."It works for a lot of occasions including vintage-themed weddings or showers, New Year's Eve parties, or in the case of my latest client, Dana, New Year's Eve weddings.I absolutely love the potential of this theme. So below are some fun ideas for you, Dana, and all the other New Year's Eve brides out there!1. Clock centerpieces. These can also be used as table numbers if you set each clock to a different hour. Very elegant. (Vendors: Karson Butler Events and Sweet Tea Photography) 2. Clock dinnerware (Vendors: Karson Butler Events and Sweet Tea Photography) 3. Fun party hats (Vendors: Hey Gorgeous Events and Jenna McKenzie Photography) 4. Another take on clock table numbers. (Vendors: Jesi Haack Design and Focus Photography, Inc.) 5. Clock backdrop for professional photos and/or photo booth. (Vendors: Jesi Haack Design and Focus Photography, Inc.) Tell me, have you hosted an event where clocks played a major role? Link us to some pics in the comments. We would love to see!