MSW Editor-at-Large Darcy Miller's New Book Will Make You Want to "Celebrate Everything!"
Break out the party hats!
Have you ever had the urge to plan a killer party, but didn't know where to begin? Well, we've found your answer. Martha Stewart Weddings' very own Editor-at-Large (and party-planning pro) Darcy Miller is releasing a book that will have you throwing fêtes for all sort of occasions, no matter how big (birthdays, holidays) or small (a science fair win, a big promotion). Fittingly, the book is titled Celebrate Everything!:Fun Ideas to Bring Your Parties to Life because that's exactly what you'll want to do!
Celebrate Everything! is full of Darcy's best party-planning inspiration, tips, and DIY tricks, meaning readers can "DIY," or "Darcy-It-Yourself," and "DIT," or "Do-it-Together." Just a few highlights? Dozens of party theme ideas (from a Hawaiian Luau to Poker Night), unexpected party details (hello, personalized playlists and clever flower hacks), and recipes from industry elites. Of course, the key is personalizing everything-from confetti and invitations to store-bought party favors.
Darcy even shares behind-the-scenes secrets from some of the best events she's thrown over the years. A seasoned pro, Darcy has planned high-profile parties for celebs like Drew Barrymore, Blake Lively, Martha Stewart, and Kate Spade. Yet, her favorite events have been the ones shared with her family. Celebrate Everything! will give you all the inside scoop on how to throw an amazing party time and time again. It's the best inspiration for your bridal shower, engagement party, first anniversary, and more. The book is available on Amazon now!
Learn more about Darcy and her celebrations at darcymillerdesigns.com.
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