Bottle Tree Ranch

We participated in our very first styled shoot this summer!

So many talented vendors came together to make this shoot picture perfect.
Mad props to the main coordinator/stylist: A Blissful Soirée
Lovely captures by: Michael Ryu Photography

See the full vendor list at the end of the post!

First picture is my wee contribution hehe :)


Vendor List:
Venue: Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch 
Coordinator/Stylist: A Blissful Soirée / @ablissfulsoiree
Hair & Make-Up: Sharon Y Park / @sharonypark
Photographer: Michael Ryu Photography / @michaelryu
Florist: Chloe + Mint / @chloeandmint
Rentals for votives and cake stand: Modest Peach / @modestpeach
Rentals for tableware (plates/cups/utensils/napkins): Borrowed Blu / @borrowedblu
Dress: Etsy
Cake: Nicole Varela / @nvarela35
Hair Accessories: Handmade by Sara Kim / @handmadebysarakim
Invitation: The Things Hannah Loves / @thethingshannahloves

Airplanes and Clouds

A BOY birthday theme! Airplanes and lots and lots of CLOUDS!~

Definitely a fun birthday theme to design for--and help out with.

This was for a dear friend of mine (or for her son I should say haha) so we weren't just designing paper goods--we were part of the planning process as well!

The entire birthday was planned and put together in a week! Most of the handmade stuff done actually in one night! Super fast paced party--but considering how much time we had--I think it came together quite nicely. Side note--it wasn't that we procrastined or was being irresponsible--both my friend and I were just SO busy that month--we literally only had 1 week of time to work with!

It was a BRUNCH themed party--complete with a cereal bar, mini pancakes, sausages, bacon and of course some good ol' OJ!

Decor we did consisted of Chalkboards -- Graphics/Printed Decor -- Cake Topper --Photo Booth :) Enjoy!

Table setting for the kiddies:

Passports were bought from Oriental Trading! Just didn't have the time to design/make those too haha--they were super fun--came with stickers!

My little one--he was obviously too short to sit at the table so we moved him to the kiddie table--he seemed to like that much better :)

Cake Table! I absolutely love making cake toppers!!

 For added Decor behind the table--the host (the mom/my friend) put up this cute backdrop of pictures! Totally added that extra sparkle--pictures are always worth a thousand words.

Rainbow Cake by


 Photo Backdrop! Kept it simple--Die cut clouds on butcher paper!

Birthday boy!

 Cotton Candy Time (because it's a cloud theme haha-edible clouds)


I should probably mention the entire patio ceiling was covered with white balloons--but I don't have a picture of it :(

 Yeahhhh, it's always hard trying to get a group picture with kids haha.

Thank you to the host for letting me be a part of their big boy's birthday!

For more personal photos go to my Instagram: @thethingshannahloves


Photography: Adam Wang

Paper Goods/Chalkboards: The Things Hannah Loves


Cherry Blossom Birthday

This was such a pretty theme to work on! :) CHERRY BLOSSOMS!!!!

I love working with talented event designer/coordinators--it just takes the paper goods we design to the next level! Thank you

Petite Productions

for bringing me on board on this one :) Lovely captures by

Shoots and Giggles


Let's start with the Invitations:

A soft watercolor touch to some graphically designed cherry blossoms.

Complete with liners - invitation die cut wraps - envelope address wraps!

As for day of stationary goods....enjoy!

Doljabi Game Set Up:

Doljabi Tickets

Escort Card Set Up--tags hanging on branches!

Here's a glimpse at the table setting

Menus with die cut tag accents

Table Numbers

 And some general pictures because everything came out so magical :)


Event Design+Coordinator:

Petite Productions


Shoots and Giggles

Paper Stationary + Day of Paper Goods: The Thing Hannah Loves


Enchanged Florist


Wild Flower Linen

Venue+Cake: Ritz-Carlton



Here's a throwback post of a wedding we did awhile back--but never posted pictures for.

This wedding was for a beautiful couple who requested our popular "floral vintage" look.

Their color palette was coral, green and cream. 

Photos from John Park Photography!


 Escort Cards

 Event Signage

 Direction Cards

 Table Numbers

Congratulations to the beautiful couple!

Pororo Birthday! Free Printables!

I thought my stationary design days with Jane from

Jane Events

would come to a close when she moved to Seattle--but I was SO happy when she contacted me and asked if I could help out with her son's 2nd birthday!

She designed the cutest Pororo Themed birthday! Nice pastel palette with a simple sweet look.

On my end, I made some silhouette cut outs in all sizes, some used as food toppers and others for the photo backdrop, pororo glasses, name tags and some small trading cards that kids could take as favors!

Gotta say, Jane is so good at what she does--everything came out super cute!!

For more of her work--check it out



Lovely captures by Sako from

SakoPak Photography

Happy Birthday Deacon!!

Guess what? Head on over to the free printables page and get your FREE download of the Favors that were used for this party! Pororo Trading Cards! Or just click


. :) Enjoy!


A Preppy School Theme First Birthday

Time truly flies.

You blink and before you know it, your baby turns ONE!!!

and before you know it 4.5 months have past and you STILL haven't posted pictures of his first birthday.

sigh. *hangs head in shame*

better late than never :)

Matthew's first birthday was an interesting one. As far as planning goes, I told myself I would start early which I did--THEN--BAM--two weeks before the event my creative juices turned me in a different direction and essentially I started from scratch. So...I ran out of time--BUT--at the end of the day, my baby had fun--so I was one happy mommy.

It was a School Theme but with a preppy modern feel to it.

I didn't want it to be the red apple/yellow pencil back to school that I've seen people do--I wanted his party to be unique and different.

I'll let the pictures do the explaining!

Pictures by Jae Keong

Desserts by

Cake Creamery

Overall Shot and Head Table

Sign in Table:

People were greeted with a "Baby Prep School" Sign that showed the classes they would be taking that day (the activities at the party).  HISTORY // READING+WRITING // BAKING 101 // PHOTOGRAPHY

Tables were lined with kraft paper and color pencils/crayons/makers were set out so people could draw/write throughout the party.


I hung all his monthly pictures -- his "history" then--the activity dealt with his future.

Career Game: This was a Korean Traditional Korean Game called "Doljabi"where the baby picks an object that is supposed to determine their future. Guests get to participate in a raffle where they can pick which object they think the baby will grab. To go along with the "school" theme--I called it the "Pep rally"

I've only used chalk once before this I was still fairly new with this medium.

I also did these chalk pieces at three in the morning so I was rushing through them. Next time I use chalk--promise they will be MUCH better :)

HISTORY+READING: Favors for the kids

Made personalized sketchbooks with their names and alphabet activity cards that they could fill out.

(the cards can be found in our

etsy store


BAKING 101: Sweet Treats!

Desserts by Cake Creamery--they did an amazing job!



GENERAL DECOR: Pom poms, yarn balls and Bow Ties

Mini Pom Pom Centerpieces: (Both pom poms and yarn balls were all HANDMADE--took FOREVERRRRRR!!!)

I tried to find a overall shot of all the side decor but these two were the best I could find:

Family :)

Wardrobe change for the Pep Rally/Career Game--really didn't want to keep the hat :(

HE PICKED THE BALL!! He's going to be an athlete!

Wardrobe Change for the Cake Smash and Birthday Song:


CAKE SMASH - he didn't seem too found of this part.

oh, and lets not forget the invites:

excuse the photo quality--these were taken off my phone.

I did a tri-fold but each layer being a different height so that when folded all the layers would show through.

Happy Birthday my baby. You're a toddler now--time truly flies.

Cake Creamery

Introducing the cutest bakery ever: Cake Creamery!

They just had their grand opening not too long ago and I had the pleasure of designing their logo and other paper goods for their opening event. They have a lot of high profile clientele--my first project with them was a train theme birthday party for the Givenchy Family. Then just last week finished up some paper goods for Jessica Alba's daughter Haven's birthday. Fun fun fun :) Love working with the cake creamery team--such a talented group of ladies!

Photos taken by 

Youkeun Oh Photography

Check out this oh so delectable bakery


Here's the full spread of the desserts they had at their grand opening. Gorgeous right?

Here's the first look at the logo

Made some stickers for them to put on their yummy cookies!

Made some food labels as well.

I also did a fun side logo for them to use. This is not their "main" logo--but something cute that they can use. I basically took the two "C"s in Cake Creamery and used it to represent the two tiers of a cake. Some stickers with the design.

Designed simple menus. Aren't their cakes just to die for? So gorgeous. 

Designed raffle tickers, sign in sheets, and other signage--just not all pictured. I'm so excited for them. Hopefully I'll be working with them on their future events so stay tuned to my IG feed for some snapshots of the work.

Citrus Farmstand 1st Birthday!

Here's another first birthday!

Theme: Citrus Farmstand

The paper goods followed a watercolor pink ombre theme with floral accents.

Absolutely LOVED working on this party--fun fun fun~

Event styling and coordination by the talented Jane over at

Jane Events

. Lovely captures by Marina at

Photography by Marina

And here we go!

Fact board in the back. And table escort cards tied to the flowers--and guest would have to grab the flowers and take to their table which would then double as a centerpiece! 

Here's another shot of the Fact Board:

The Doljabi Game was set up on a Ladder!

With the ticket holders as strawberry crates!

Here's the birthday girl playing the game! So cute in her pink hanbok (Korean Traditional Clothes)

Table Settings were of the Menu, and the favors (a peach!) with "You're a Peach" Tags

Had a lot of fun on this party. Here are some more pics for you to enjoy (no paper goods here--but just amazing to look at Jane's work with the set up and vision)

And here is the oh so cute birthday girl and family!~


Vendor Credit:

Event Styling+Coordination:

Jane Events


Photography by Marina


M Cake Sweets

Event Stationary+Paper Goods:

The Things Hannah Loves

Penelope's First Birthday!

Here's another first birthday party where we got to design the paper goods + event stationary for!! Loved working on this birthday! Simple on the design end--but the colors really made everything pop!

Event styling and coordination by the lovely (and super talented) Jane at 

Jane Events

 and all the perfect captures by 

Youkeun Oh Photography

Let's start off the pictures with the paper goods, shall we?

Annnnnd, some of the oh so cute birthday girl and her beautiful family

and even MORE pictures!



Jane Events


Youkeun Oh Photography

Paper Goods + Event Stationary:

The Things Hannah Loves

Where the Wild Things Are Birthday

I had the pleasure of designing and printing the paper goods for this very cute "Where the Wild Things Are" first birthday! I'll let the pictures do the talking...

Head Table: Credit to the amazing Jane at Jane Events for the head table decor!

Paper Goods Event Signage: Welcome Sign, Instagram Sign, other cute signs...oh and character cut outs!

Doljabi (Korean Traditional Game) Table: Had to hand cut out those tiny labels on those boxes....

Fact Board

M Grill Menu!

Other Paper Goods:


And some other pictures from the birthday because pictures are always fun to look at: 

Finishing it off with the cute birthday boy, happy birthday owen!

Vendors that made the Wild Things HAPPEN:

Styling + Coordination: 

Jane Events

Photography: John Park Photography

Cake and Desserts:

Merely Sweets

Paper Goods+Event Stationary:

The Things Hannah Loves


This was the last wedding I worked on before I went on maternity leave :)

They had a rustic ranch theme for their wedding and wanted a very specific look for their paper goods.

Congratulations to the beautiful couple!

Featured below:

Programs // Dinner Menu // Escort Cards // Table Numbers // Dessert Table Sign // Invitations // Save the Dates were featured in a previous post



Event Coordinator: 

Joyce Kim Weddings


Sweet Little Photographs

Event Stationary + Paper Goods:

The Things Hannah Loves

Giraffe Baby Shower

This is a baby shower I helped out with last month!

It was for a super beautiful mommy to be--and I wish her and the baby girl much love--can't wait to meet the little one in person!

Some fun game/activity ideas if you're planning on doing a shower!

1. Name game (since they didn't choose a name--we asked guests to suggest names they thought would be a good fit)

2. Advice for the Parents to be or wishes for the baby

3. Baby Bingo--who doesn't love playing bingo while the presents are being opened.

4. I Spy (Suggestions of photo opts that guests can take and post to instagram under the same hashtag)

5. Madlibs

annnd here are some pictures...


--Props to my friend Hannah (same name as me!) for the streamer decor--great idea--awesome execution! She definitely has the perfect patio for these sort of events! SO JELLY!

--Place settings were printables (which I will post a close up of later)

--Centerpieces: Flowers in China Teapots+Mason Jars with Pencils (with washi tape as flags)




--Simple giraffe theme :)


--Once everything was designed/printed/cut/punched out--I wrapped everything together to create a set of activities the guests could do to pass the time while waiting/eating.

I think baby showers are the cutest/funnest events to be a part of :)



Gear up for your next superhero party extravaganza!

I helped a friend this summer plan a superhero party for her son's 3rd birthday!

Here are some snapshots and directions for some of the stuff I did.

Download the FREE printables and have fun creating your own superhero party!



1. Purchase blue and black butcher paper

2. Tape blue butcher paper to the wall

3. Wrap cardboard boxes (any size) with the black butcher paper

4. Cut out squares/rectangles using any type of color paper (I used yellow)

5. Download the


6. Cut/Paste the Photo booth decor as shown in the photo.

7. Cut out the photo booth PROPS and tape them to large Popsicle sticks (Use the blank bubbles for guests to write their own message for the birthday hero!)




Baby Shower Printables

There seems to be a lot of baby showers and baby birthdays these days!

Maybe I'm just more aware since I'm carrying a little one myself!

I'll be 22 weeks in a couple of days--and I find out what the gender is on Thursday--exciting!

In light of this huge life change--I decided to post some baby shower printables for everyone to use!

This was a baby shower that I hosted (along with several other lovely ladies) awhile back. It was for a baby girl with the theme of BIRDS!



Here's everything it comes with in the PDF:


Baby Bingo:

Guests can play while the mom-to-be is opening her gifts!

Food Labels:

Make sure you have food that the baby momma can eat.

Encouragement Notes:

Have guests fill out letters to the parents or baby

Bird Tags:

Use the giant scallop punch!

Cupcake/Food Toppers:

Punch them out with circle punches and you're good to go.

*The center piece for the front table were just letters on scrapbook paper--wrapped around mason jars. We placed flowers then stuck the baby's nume on large circles. (Refer to 1st picture for visual)


This free download is formatted for a generic baby girl shower for personal use only.

If you would like to purchase this set--I can personalize each printable with the baby's name--as well as do any color changes--just contact me personally at


Wedding Stationary

I've finally edited some of the photos I have of the wedding stationary I've done in the past. About time -_-

I couldn't get to everything--but here's some to start:

This stationary set is one of my favorites--maybe because the couple I designed them for was extra special. We tucked the RSVP and directions on top of the invitations and wrapped the band around the whole thing (you can see the band on the invitation only in the photo)

Programs for a blush wedding ceremony! Super long program folded in half!

This was for a wedding that had a TRAVEL THEME!

Invitations = Passports

RSVP cards = Boarding Passes

Escort cards = Baggage Tags

Programs = Travel Itinerary

Even all the passport stamps were custom designed to the couple!

SUPER fun to design--something a bit different than the usual stuff I get asked to do.

This bride wanted a "elegant/class" look to her stationary. Everything was tucked in together and placed inside a pocket envelope.

 This isn't for a wedding haha, but I added it in just for fun.


This is a pending job so the invitations+reception stuff shall be posted later!

whew! Hopefully from here on out--I'll actually post about future events individually....maybe. ha.

Until next time~

Fan Finger Wedding Programs

I designed+printed these programs for a Michigan Stadium Wedding. The couple requested the programs be shaped as a fan foam finger--so ta-da--this is what I came up with.

Team GROOM, Team BRIDE, and Team YOO (for the bridal party to hold)

After completing this job I had several blisters from all the cutting. I now know why the wedding industry charges an arm and a leg for something like this. It literally cost me my hand and back -__-

BUUUT, it was SUPER fun to design--and I watched an entire TV series while cutting them out, so all in all--I can't complain :)


COMPLETE! Stuffed and ready to deliver~

Hopefully I can get some pictures from the bride/groom later!

Hot Air balloon for you!

Yay free hot air balloon printable for you! This wedding shower was for a very cute couple at church.

The theme was "come fly away with us" so--what better than to fly away on a hot air balloon!

One of my girlfriends hosted the event--and asked if I could help with the decor with some graphics work~

(this event is the same one where I made the thumbprint guestbook in my previous post)

Here are a variety to choose from--just download according to your event colors. I made this to hang on the tree as decor AND for people to write notes to the couple. Enjoy! Click on the color you want (keep in mind that you should download the file to get the accurate color--the preview from the website is a bit off).












If you do choose to download my free printables--please help me promote "the things hannah loves" by joining this blog (to the right) all you need is an email address! Thanks!!

Sailboat Namecards

I made these in June (Why am I taking forever to post stuff? Shame on me -_- ) for my teacher friend -- for their school's annual 6th grade graduation breakfast! I guess they have namecards for all the teachers so since their theme that year was "beach"-- I made sailboats...haha! I got the idea from ms. martha herself--and I just changed it up to what I needed.

Super simple, Super easy :)

Although, folding the thick cardstock got to be a bit of a challenge...


A sea of boats!