You may have read the two posts on my blog last month that were written by Miranda of The Good Groupie. She wrote a two-part post (part 1, part 2) on how to host a 1920s party, using her 30th birthday party “saying goodbye to the roaring 20s” as the feature. It was pretty incredible.
I wanted to take today to highlight some free printables that Miranda created that are available in those posts and right here. It’s all of the signage that she created for the party and it is beautiful. If I can get my act together, I’m definitely going to be using some of these for my next party. Here are just a few of them:
Aren’t they so pretty? Which one’s your favorite?
Miranda Enzor is a writer and blogger from Houston, TX. She currently writes The Good Groupie, a music blog for music fans, where she takes you backstage with up-and-coming bands, finds new music you’ll fall in love with, hosts a Rock Novel Reading Club and teaches you how to be a good groupie for your favorite bands. In 2015, Miranda launched Spooky Little Halloween, a blog for fellow Halloween junkies who believe in celebrating the magic of October 31st year-round.