While stir sticks aren’t a new item, they are a big hit at any type of event. We want to show you that they can be used in many ways – not just to stir your drinks! We have three different shapes, circle, rectangle, and oval.

Let’s start out simple, our stir sticks really do spice up an event by sticking out of a cocktail. Take a look at these beautiful examples.

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While our stir sticks are fabulous in cocktails, try them in unexpected ways too! Like in mini sandwiches:


Stick a donut hole or cookie on them and provide and drink & snack for your guests all-in-one!


Get really creative and use them in your succulent favors!


Try breaking them in half and sticking them in finger foods or desserts (like cupcakes!).


There are so many possibilities for our stir sticks in addition to actually using them to stir your cocktails. Be creative!


This dreamy wedding is everything you’d hope for in an outdoor, Malibu ceremony. The bold florals and romantic calligraphic details really bring a delicate touch to this beautiful day.


With such a small ceremony, the main focus stayed on the love shared between Beth & Ben.






The small details of the day really stand out and make the day something special. Like their handwritten table number rocks, delicate boutonnieres, and ribbon tassels.




Beth & Ben chose to keep their details and decor simple and elegant, using our Linen Like White cocktails napkins and Shiny Gold foil with their names written very simply.



It is a beautiful ceremony and reception full of sun, life, love, and happiness.



MAX WANGER PHOTOGRAPHY featured on Bash Please

We’ve added a few new products recently, and one of these products that is getting a lot of buzz is our new Recipe Cards! Have you seen them? They’re completely customizable and our foil stamped recipe cards have a certain level of sophistication that standard recipe cards lack. Take a look at these beautiful examples to get your mind working.


Here you can see our Poptone Sky Blue recipe card with Satin Plum Foil. Don’t forget you can personalize by adding your own name!

Looking for a lighter, more subtle color combination for your recipe card? Here is a recipe card using our Strathmore Ivory and Shiny Green Tea foil.


Need more inspiration? We have an entire page full of recipe card designs you can customize and build on on our website! Take a look by clicking here!


This simplistic, elegant 1920′s-inspired wedding is everything you look for in a ballroom ceremony. The navy, cream, black, and gold color scheme is ad perfect addition to the light and airy reception space.

From the bride: ”We wanted to embrace the 1920′s feel of the ballroom and keep things clean and simple yet elegant and classy. We picked our colors to be navy, cream, black and gold. Very simple yet classic and a little flashy with the gold.”



I remember peeking in about an hour before and thinking “oh my gosh, this place is so pretty.” and knowing it was only going to get better! When the ceremony started it was just as breathtaking. Seeing Casey for the first time at the front of the aisle immediately put to rest any doubts I had about NOT doing a first look.”



While we waited outside the gigantic vintage revolving doors Casey and I just looked at each other and had a moment to breathe and really just take in the magnitude of it all and it was incredible.”



Kelley & Casey chose to use our Riviera Matchboxes in Natural Royal with Shiny Gold, which were the perfect touch to the plate settings. Keeping with their theme of simplicity, Kelley & Casey kept their design short, sweet, and to the point.



It really was like our very own modern day Gatsby party! It was the best wedding, or party we’ve ever been privileged enough to attend, let alone be the celebrated guests!!! Absolutely amazing!”



Videographer: AC Cinema | Wedding Planner: Event Architects | Floral Design: Jackie’s Flowers | Wedding Dress: La Sposa | Cake: Divine Desserts By Aguirre | Invitations: Moochie Creative | Wedding Shoes: Elie Tahari | Bridesmaids Dresses: Wtoo | Caterer: Event Architects | Hair Stylist: De Facto Salon| Lighting: Mr. DJ Event Services | DJ: Mr. DJ Event Services | Wedding Favors: For Your Party | Groom’s Attire: Paul Morrell | Officiant: Fr. Charles Grande | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sacramento Grand Ballroom | Groom’s Rings: Tallie Jewelry | Groomsmen Attire: Tuxedo Den | Linen: La Tavola | Makeup Stylist: Shana Beals | Photographers: U Me Us Studios | Wedding Jewelry: Givenchy

Easter will be here before you know it, and we are always looking for inspirational ideas to infuse our lives with creativity! What better inspiration than these beautiful easter egg looks?

Let’s start with these completely adorable Humpty Dumpty eggs. You may need to have a steady hand to achieve this look, but it will be so worth the effort when you have these beauties to show off.
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If you’re looking for a something a little simpler, try these naturally brown eggs with paint pen designs. Be as simple or intricate as you like!

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Here is another very simple, yet beautiful egg design that can be achieved by just using a sponge! Use multiple colors for an even more amazing effect.

These gold leaf eggs are right up our alley here at ForYourParty (as is anything gold and shimmery). These eggs would look beautiful in a bowl sitting on your coffee or kitchen table as a centerpiece.

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Our last inspirational egg design are these bright watercolor eggs. They are super simple, but look absolutely stunning when finished. Choose your favorite colors to make it your own!

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Have you seen our Bright Coral napkins yet? They’re here just in time for your spring wedding season. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to incorporate our brand new napkins into your special day, look no further! We’ve created this inspiration board with bridesmaid dress ideas, floral ideas, and even ideas for your groomsmen attire. Pair light blues and neutral gray tones with our bright coral napkins to give your bright palette a subtle, yet bold, look. Our riviera matches (which you can see in the upper left) come in many different colors to compliment your perfect palette for your big day. Don’t be afraid to be bold and bright, especially if your ceremony is happening outside in the springtime sun.

From Top Left, Clockwise: Riviera Matches from ForYourParty  Coral Bridesmaids Dresses featured on Style Me Pretty, French Blue Groom also on Style Me Pretty, NEW Bright Coral Napkins by ForYourParty, Coral Boutonnieres on Ruffled, Coral shoes featured on Beloved, Succulent bouquet on SouthernLiving, and bright groomsmen socks featured on Ruffled

It’s not too late to order your easter-themed products for your Easter tea party or luncheon. Need some ideas? We’ve designed a fantastic suite products to give you some ideas to build on.

Start with our beautiful tea favors. Pictured here in Stardeam Rose Gold with Shiny Gold Foil. Not only beautiful, these tea favors are functional as well—they can be used as actually favors or used in your plate settings.


Another great product to enhance your tablescape is our placecards. Use one of our specialty laser-cut shapes, like these adorable bird laser-cut placecards. Pictured here in Strathmore Ivory with Shiny Rose Quartz Foil.


Our cocktail napkins are a super easy way to spice up your event. We offers a wide variety of napkin and foil colors. Here you are seeing our Ballet Pink and Mint cocktail napkins with Shiny Gold foil. Don’t be afraid to experiment with intricate designs or keep it simple as seen below.


If you want more ideas, feel free to check out our Easter Pop-Up store, which has countless products and designs for your perfect Easter celebration.

This beautiful, modern Blush & Blue wedding palette is perfect for brides who want to make a subtle, romantic, yet bold, statement. The light blush tones down the harshness of the bold navy. Pair your blush & navy with light, airy florals, and rose gold toned details for a perfect palette. Our blush ornament coasters pair perfectly with this look, as they are beautifully shaped and colored. Use our Satin French Blue or Matte Navy foils to subtly hint at your theme. Don’t forget about our Navy cocktail napkins, which pair perfectly with our Shiny Rose Gold Foil.



from top clockwise: Sparkler Sleeves from ForYourPartyStyle Me Pretty featuring popcorn bags that can be easily replicated at ForYourParty, bridesmaids featured by Modern Wedding, Table Decorations featured on She KnowsDapper Groom, Rose Gold shoes featured on Modern Wedding, Navy Tablescape featured on Ruffled, and Ornament coasters and Luncheon Napkins from ForYourParty!

The beautiful Ontario wedding combines romance and whimsy in a way that is quite unexpected, but very memorable. The incredible floral arrangements mixed with pastel pink hues brought the ceremony and reception to life.

Lauren says: “I was never one of those girls that dreamt of my wedding since childhood. But when Andrew and I got engaged and started thinking about our vision for the big day, I slowly but surely became completely enchanted with the idea of creating a romantic, whimsical and laid-back affair in my hometown of London, Ontario.”



Andrew and I decided to go for a first-look; which probably turned out to be the most memorable moment of the day for both of us. Seeing each other for the first time in private was so intimate and personal; and also meant we got to spend our cocktail hour with our beloved guests – bonus!”





The bridesmaids added to the ceremony aesthetic with their flirty ivory lace dresses accompanied by lush hand-tied bouquets in soft pastels with pops of vibrant pinks and cascading satin and lace ribbons.”



nside the tent, we chose to keep most of the decor neutral using shades of ivory, cream and white, and played up texture with a billowing fabric ceiling liner, lace linen overlays and a tulle curtain backdrop complete with over 150 tissue flowers that my mother-in-law, bridesmaids and I made by hand in the months leading up to the wedding.”




We punched up the color with our sprawling pastel floral centerpieces – which were set on rustic wood slices atop of white scalloped cake-stands. Vintage vases with single stems and small arrangements were also scattered eclectically around the reception space. One of my favorite details was the dessert display we created using two old dressers that had once belonged to my Grandparents.”



Finding ways to tell our story and put personal touches into our wedding day made it all the more unforgettable and seeing the labor-intensive DIY projects come together so harmoniously was truly the icing on the (homemade) cake!”



Adding to their ‘His’ & ‘Hers’ cocktail theme, they designed custom stir sticks using our Shiny Fuchsia and Shiny Royal foils. What a simple way to add some special details to their big day.




After the ceremony, everyone hit the patio for hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, including ‘his and hers’ frozen daiquiris and pina coladas. I scored an adorable blush pink vintage couch set on kijiji that we set up as part of our outdoor ‘lounge’ area, complete with tables, rugs, pillows and throws for a little added comfort.”


I loved looking around the room throughout the evening to see our friends and family laughing, crying, and just genuinely enjoying each other’s company. We partied on the dance floor until the wee hours and Andrew and I stuck around at the end of the night to help with tear down. We were totally spent, but also totally elated and grateful to have had what we both felt was the most perfect day we could have ever imagined.”


Photography: This Moment Forever | Event Planning: Fabulous Occasions | Flowers: Village Vines Florists | Wedding dress: Tara Keely | Ceremony Venue: Elsie Perrin Williams Estate | Reception Venue: Elsie Perrin Williams Estate | Bride’s shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaid shoes: Forever 21 | Bridesmaid dresses: Noir by Lazaro | Catering: Culinary Catering | DJ: Music Central Entertainment | Groom’s suit: Kimmy Tailor (Vietnam) | Ties: Le Chateau | Bride’s bracelet: Kate Spade | Bride’s makeup: Katherine O’Donoghue of Polished | Bridesmaid clutches: K Slademade | Bridesmaid jewellery: Aldo | Bridesmaid makeup: Makeup by Brittany | Charger plates: Gervais | Doily fencing, tissue flowers, seating chart: DIY by the bride | Groomsmen suits: Joseph’s Clothiers | His and Hers stir sticks: For Your Party | Invitations, menus, signs, placecards: Lemon & Lavender | Linens, napkins: Susan Murray | Paper flowers: Kitty Gosen | Veil and garter: Posh Veils | Wedding cupcakes: Razzle Dazzle Cupcakes

We’re rounding up our favorite St. Patty’s Day cocktails for you.

Let’s start out simple with this Irish whiskey cocktail. It’s rightfully named The Leprechaun.

LeprechaunTop Cocktail Recipe

A holiday is never complete without some festive sangria. This green sangria from Holidays Central is the perfect blend of lemon, lime, and kiwi—and it’s the perfect color for the occasion.


This Shamrock Lime Sherbert Punch is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and it’s so simple to make! Check out the recipe here at The Crafted Sparrow.



Next, we have this Mint Ginger Melon cocktail from Makefor365. It’s a perfect choice if you are looking for a crisp, refreshing drink.


Here’s a fantastic twist on a traditional cocktail from Style Me Pretty. They even froze little four-leaf clovers in the ice cubes for some added festivity.