There's always something special to celebrate with your loved ones.
From everyday opportunities to make dinner a little more special for friends and family to the bigger holidays we recognize, I've got all the tips to bring a little more confetti into your world.
Everyday Moments to Celebrate
Birthdays are the obvious choice for a family celebration, but why not turn your book club meeting into a book club party?
Host a casual brunch and get together with your friends in person.
Or plan an impromptu Family Fun Night to give yourself a chance to reconnect with your kids:
It takes just a few minutes to make Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day a little more special for your kids.
Prepare for the big Easter feast with these quieter Lent activities for kids.
Then plan a cocktail party for the Kentucky Derby to cheer on the ponies.
Feeling like a fiesta? Use one of these easy Taco Tuesday recipes for a family-friendly Cinco de Mayo dinner.
Slow things down a little bit and help your kids learn the meaning of the Easter season with these easy Lenten traditions for families.
If you want an easy Easter celebration, start with simple Easter recipes that you can prep ahead.
Here are some of our family's favorites:
Cheer on the ponies as you plan an elegant Kentucky Derby party filled with the best southern dishes and tasty cocktails.
Plan a special Mother's Day with delicious brunch treats, fresh flowers, and all the gifts she'll love to get.
School is out for summer and it's all about the backyard parties for Father's Day and the 4th of July. Fire up the grill and get together with your friends to celebrate.
Kick off the first weekend of summer with a weekend of grilling and cold treats.
Celebrate the big guy in your life with tasty treats he'll love and a backyard party for the ultimate grill master!
4th of July
Cheers for the red, white, and blue! Celebrate the 4th of July with a sweet party filled with patriotic goodies.
When the kids head back to school in the fall, there's still so much fun to look forward to. Plan a weekend football party with friends or a festive dinner for Halloween for your kids' friends.
Celebrate spooky season with all the fun pumpkins and costumes and not-so-scary movies your kids can handle!
Thanksgiving is the big show, and I've got all the best Thanksgiving recipes you can prep ahead.
As the year comes to a close, the holiday lights twinkle and brighten the darker days.
Anticipate Christmas during the season of Advent and plan a sparkling New Year's Eve to finish the year with a bang!
For Catholic families, Advent is a fun time to celebrate more meaningful Christmas traditions with your kids.
Christmas is our family's favorite holiday of them all and I've got dozens and dozens of festive family traditions and Christmas recipes to share with you:
New Year's Eve
Finish the year with a bang! Make simple nibbles to enjoy while you count down to midnight and plan for a fresh new year of fun.