Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Never fear though, we will both be back and busy, busy, busy on Thursday!
How's that for short and sweet??
Happy Hump Day!!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Where the Magic happens...our meeting and display area
Samples and Customer Letters! We just can't do all the shapes, colors and textures justice online...come in to see them all!
And oh, how we love Stella & Dot! The jewels are inspiring!
Samples Everywhere....Sensory Overload!!!!
AND, of course!!!! Our favorite thing down here -- Our very own Paper Pup!!! This is our sweet Kashmir. Yes, she's soft like Cashmere, but her Daddy named her after a Led Zeppelin song.
Thanks for stopping in to our house...To stop by in person, just give us a ring at 409.908.0189 or a click at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
With so many new styles to choose from, you're sure to "fall" in love!!
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
The vows were exchanged in a morning ceremony at Old Red Courthouse in Downtown Dallas. A merry reception followed at the same site. This venue, which obviously no longer funtions as courthouse, offers a breathtaking location for functions such as the lovely wedding of Lisa & Luke!
The wedding colors of navy and chartreuse were used throughout, from the invitations to the co-ordinating postage stamps, to the table linens and chair covers. These eye catching hues contributed to the fun and modern vibe of the celebration. The damask pattern used on the products by HH Design House was also replicated on the wedding cake, which was a stunning 5 tiered confection.
The gorgeous flower arrangements of cymbidium orchids varied in heights and were draped with crystals. Also adorning the tables were favors every guest could use and enjoy! Playing cards in the navy & chartreuse wedding colors and damask pattern for everyone to take home...go ahead and bet on this couple...They're the real deal!!!
Best Wishes to this special couple...may your marriage be blessed with much happiness!
Items Created by HH Design House:
Save the Dates, Wedding Invitation Ensemble, Postage, Programs, Napkins, Playing Cards, and Thank You Notes
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
"Patty Cake, Patty Cake bakers man, bake me a cake as fast as you can..."
These shower invitations for new bouncing babies were turned into sweet treats, perfectly transforming the paper diaper bag and bassinet into sugary replications of our invites.
This little cowboy celebrated western style with a cake reflecting his invitation right down to the rope initials and star emblem also used on the water bottles, napkins, and thank you notes! But would you expect anything less from this party-planning mama...the mastermind behind "P is for Party?!?" I'm sure this provided tasty tidbits for the tots attending this barbeque bash!
Ah, Sugar Sugar...These kiddos celebrated their birthday in style! Check out how their party invites were converted into saccharine goodies.
Creepy crawlies suddenly aren't so scary anymore! I bet Little Miss Muffet would gladly throw down the "curds and whey" and stick around to snack with this sugary spider!
"Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of!" These little sweeties had a butterfly garden party that was the "Icing on the Cake"...literally.
"If I knew you were coming I'd have baked a cake"...This 40th birthday party may have been a surprise for the honoree, but the party planners made sure cake was on the menu. The invitation and cake displayed a few of his favorite things.
These next two cakes were both created by Nadine Moon of http://www.whomadethecake.com/ , whose delicious confections we can personally vouch for as she made HH's wedding cake!
If your sweet tooth hasn't been sending you an SOS just keep reading! This Texas themed party produced by Swift +Co also had a cake by Nadine Moon, which mirrored our invitation.
It's a Piece of Cake...The petit fours at this wedding shower in Sugar Land, TX gave a new meaning to "Everything's sweeter in Sugar Land"! These dainty little delights were not only scrumptious, but also matched the logo from the invitation perfectly!
"How Sweet it is..."This elegantly decorated cake was a delectable version of the lovely bridal brunch invitation. Doesn't it just look like a recipe for love!
We don't even have to sugar coat it...any way you slice it, with delightful invitations and sugary sweet replicas, you can have your cake and eat it too!