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  • Traditions that “Create Happiness and Lasting Memories”

    Traditions and ideas of “good tidings with comfort and joy” come to our minds this time of year and there’s a good reason for it.... the holidays are upon us.  That means a time of happiness and cheer, spending time with family and friends so dear and remembering our personal reasons for the holiday.  Whether your holiday is planned to be large or small, we welcome you all here at EXPO Party Rentals.  We love seeing our customers happy and enjoying themselves during this happy holiday and we wish you the best in
    “Creating Happiness and lasting memories” during this Happy time of year and always!

    Here at EXPO Party Rentals, traditions include an office gift exchange, a family/ company Holiday Party and decorating our showroom with festive tabletop and decor.

    Our Showroom is filled with all the feels of the Holiday.

    Including this adorable Christmas Tree Napkin fold.  

    I love the warmth and feeling that our Decor Team has created for the holiday.  What a joy it is to visit our showroom.  Did you know that you can visit the showroom too?  You walk in and smell the wonderful aroma that Kiku Floral brings and the gorgeous items from EXPO Party Rentals display.  Our showroom offers a starting place where dreams are born.  You can play with and arrange any item(s) that we have in our warehouse.
    You dream it and we help create it.  








    Ruby Red Glass Goblet 15 oz. | Charger, Square Brick Rattan 13" x 13"
    Basic Napkin 20"x 20" "Hunter Green"

    We would love to see your traditions this holiday season, tag us #expomyparty

    Gather your joyful thoughts this season and remember... we are here for you and all your party needs; big or small.  

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    All our Love and Happy Holidays
    The EXPO Party Rental Team

    Holiday Hours:
    Thursday Dec 21st; 9am-5pm
    Friday Dec 22nd; 9am-3:30pm
    Saturday Dec 23rd; 9am-2pm
    Sunday Dec 24th; Closed
    Monday Dec 25th; Closed
    Tuesday Dec 26th; Closed ONLY accepting delivery & pickups
    Wednesday-Friday Dec 27-29th; 9am-5pm
    Saturday Dec 30th; 9am-2pm
    Sunday Dec 31st; Closed
    Monday Jan 1st; Closed
    Tuesday Jan 2nd; 9am-5pm
    Things to look forward to:
    Bridal show  -  January 7th
  • DIY: Frozen Themed Birthday Party

    Guest Blogger and Expo Customertitlepicture
    When my daughter told me she wanted a Frozen themed birthday party, I wasn't the least bit surprised.  Lucky for me, she wanted to dress up as Anna rather than the ice princess herself.  This allowed for  a little more richness in the over all color palette.

    I started off with party plates my daughter picked out. Expo Rentals had these beautiful teal tablecloths which matched perfectly.

    I don't know about you, but I don't have 22 kid chairs laying around my house for all these little guests. So we rented 3 kid sized tables and 22 kid sized chairs from Expo Rentals as well. They are sooo cute! I even decorated the birthday girls chair with a little tulle and a small banner. She loved her special seat!

    My friend let me have the centerpieces from her daughters party. I didn't want to copy her exactly though, so I added the tulle "bows" to the branches. I thought they were perfect for a wintery feel.


    Art is a huge part of our family so I thought framing my daughters painting would be a nice contribution to the party decor. This allows us to have a more personalized and unique touch making the party truly about her.

    I also had fun using vintage dishes for serving the food. Old milk glass bowls were perfect for grapes and vintage plates for cookies and cheese. Might as well put those pretty things tucked away in the china cabinet to good use.


    I used a store box cookie mix to make these little snowflake cookies. Baking isn't by any means my specialty so these little sweets came very close to being a Pinterest fail.No joke, I had to use the smaller cookie cutters because the bigger snowflake cookie shapes kept falling apart. Also, you'll see my decorating of them was SUPER simple. Just three lines were pipped onto each cookie and little candies were stuck onto them before the frosting dried. I used a basic royal icing recipe which includes powdered egg whites and I let them dry over night. They held up perfectly and tasted great!


    There is always at least a couple gluten intolerant guest at every party, so the chocolate cupcakes are gluten free ( from a box mix as well). For those of us who eat wheat I had powdered donuts as well simply because they fit the snow theme and look so cute piled up on a plate.


    The kids all got a bottle of apple juice. I simply covered the label with teal paper and stuck on a card stock snowflake made with a paper punch. Paper straws are always so darling and tying them on with a ribbon is practical and pretty.The birthday cake was from a box mix as well (shocker!) and I frosted it with a traditional vanilla butter cream recipe. Freezing the cake first is a MUST for easy decorating. After freezing it overnight, I always apply a light coat frosting first as a crumb coat, stick it in the fridge for 20 min, then finish decorating it. I used a simple star tip for the piped decoration and aqua candies as a extra special touch. No bakery wizardry here. Keep it simple! foodtable

    We also had cheese, crackers, chips, and pizza (not pictured). Our family is very busy running two small businesses so you won't find me slaving over the stove cooking an elaborate lunch or dinner for 50 guests. I go crazy enough as it is crafting the little things I do find time to make.

    The kids had fun and my daughter loved her party. I considered it a success!

    Happy Happy Birthday my sweet girl!

    And thanks again to Expo Rentals for beautiful rentals and superb customer service!


    Just for fun, here are a couple of our darling guests. Seriously, that troll costume was genius and my own little toddler always melts my heart!


    To read more from our guest blogger you can find Budget Beautiful here.

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