The month of May is one big party in our house. We kick it off with Cinco de Mayo (any excuse to pull out these cocktail napkins) followed by my birthday and Mother’s Day and then there’s our wedding anniversary (today!) and we finish it off with Memorial Day. Like I said, lots o’ parties.
All of these celebrations along with the upcoming summer festivities (I’ve already got this dress lined up for the Fourth of July) we have planned got me thinking about some of my go-to Etsy shops for party supplies. No matter what the celebration is – from birthdays to bridal showers – Etsy always has just the thing to give it that extra festive touch.
Since Etsy can be a black hole of sorts (so. many. shops.), I thought I’d give you all a quick hit list for what I consider to be the best of the best when it comes to shops for party supplies. Here, six of my favorites.
Balloons, tassels, confetti… Just one quick peek at this shop will have you smiling from ear to ear.
Every party could use a piñata. Whether it’s a gender-reveal piñata or a cute animal for a kids’ party, Lala’s has it. However, where this shop really excels is the custom orders. She’ll pretty much make whatever it is (taco? pineapple?) you have in mind.
(Note: I’m also really in love with this diamond ring piñata. It’s perfect for a bachelorette or engagement party!)
While I usually prefer to order sweets from my local bakery, the sugar cookies from Holly Fox are hard to resist. They’re so cute and tasty, too! There are os many different custom options. I can’t even handle how much fun her “summer set” is, and you can bet I’ll be ordering my fair share of these.
I’ve told you all about this shop before but this post wouldn’t be complete without a second mention. As someone who loves to throw a fiesta, this shop tops my favorites list. It has everything – and I do mean everything – I need for a perfectly festive fiesta. I mean where else are you going to track down tiny tacos and miniature unicorns?
I’m always interested in learning about new ones, too! Any favorites that I didn’t mention here? Leave ’em in the comments!