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Kids Birthday Party Made Easy

Mac is turning 10 on Wednesday! I partnered with Shutterfly to grab some essential birthday party items that would make planning much easier for us. If you’re like me and want to make your kid feel special but also keep things easy when it comes to throwing the party, some of the items I grabbed might be for you!


Mac started football this year so we went with it for a little theme. To make the invitations extra easy I grabbed a photo I already had of him and plugged it into the template Mac chose on Shutterflys website. They have TONS of options. But I love that it’s as easy as filling in the blanks! How cute is the scalloped edge on this invitation?!


One more piece of time saving advice, let Shutterfly print your return address for you! One less step for me in sending these out.

Address stamp

If you rather scoop up a return address stamp, Shutterfly has tons of fun font options for this. While I didn’t use them in this instance, I still grabbed one for holiday cards coming up!


How fun are these stickers to personalize the invitations or to add to a goody bag? We got a big sheet so there was enough for us to do both…and then some! Again, just like the other items we grabbed, there are tons of options.

Customized Water bottles

I am not a huge fan of sending kids home with more sugar so I opted to grab these water bottles that I thought they would use again for school. We added something on the water bottles that we thought each kid would enjoy.

Thank You Notes

Last but not least! Another cute plug and play – thank you notes. If you want, you can still write a little note on the card. We used the same envelopes as we used for the invitations so this will make sending these out a little less time consuming!

Mac is excited and we are thrilled to spend more time celebrating him the stressing the details, thanks to Shutterfly! Use my code SHOPSTYLERACHEL for an additional 5% off sitewide promos!

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