Archive for April 2nd, 2009

Easter Stuffed Animals

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Easter is on it’s way…and it’s not always just about candy. Brighten a child’s Easter morning by including a fun toy, book or stuffed animal in the top of their Easter basket. Our GUND collection of Easter stuffed animals features Dweezle Jr. the brown furry bunny who holds an Easter basket of colorful eggs on his lap and Dunkster the talking duck who sings “Splish Splash I was Taking a Bath” with his terrycloth towel and yellow feathers.

For the girls we have pink, purple and white super-soft bunny purses that feature a puffed out bunny face, embroidered noses, flowers by the ears and dangling arms and legs at the bottom to make it look like a real stuffed animal. Each purse has a soft handle for easy carrying with a Velcro closure.

And don’t forget about the young ones! We also have a Learn with Me Easter book that is made of corduroy and features a bunny face with the phrase “B is for Bunny” on the front. Flip the following four plush pages which include words about your child’s favorite Easter stuffed animals like the lamb, horse, duck and pig. This fun toy multiples as an Easter toy and a learning tool for your baby or toddler. It also helps the older kids learning to read.

Make sure you pick up your Easter stuffed animals or toys while supplies last…Easter is hopping over sooner than you know it.

Bachelorette Party Invitations

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

It’s your last night being single, before the big day when you will walk down the aisle, and return as a married woman. Live it up one last time with a bachelorette party with your favorite gal-pals, bridesmaids and girly family members.

A bachelorette party can be as simple as a bridal shower with a girl’s night at the local pub at the end all the way to a destination getaway in a warm location for a weekend of wild and crazy bachelorette activities. Whatever type of bachelorette party you’re thinking of planning, make sure it’s one that the bride will appreciate and one that makes her and her groom comfortable.

The bridal party is typically the group of people that plan the bachelorette party for the bride. Plan out who to invite, where you’ll be going, transportation and hotel arrangements if necessary. You may even want to purchase matching shirts, a sash that says “bachelorette” for the bride, and a mini-veil. These fun props will add a little extra pizzaz to your fun night.

Once you’ve decided on your bachelorette party events, pick out your bachelorette party invitations at InvitationBox…one that captures the essence of your planned night of fun. We have great invitations including girls’ night heels, stripper guy, lingerie, piano bar and many others. Make sure you mail out your invites at least 3 weeks in advance or longer if you are having a weekend event and hotel/transportation accommodations will be needed.

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