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If you’re on a first name basis with the party supply store manager, it’s time to rethink the amount of hours you spend orchestrating the perfect birthday bash every year. Little Jubilee, a cool new company out of San Francisco, makes it easy and fun to throw a party with their themed birthday boxes. Shipped directly to your door, their boxes include everything you need to pull off an amazing soiree like plates, banners and balloons. They’ll take everything off your plate—except the cake!

What’s Inside
Forget running from store to store to pick up utensils here, balloons there, and streamers all the way across town. Little Jubilee’s boxes come jam packed with all the party necessities down to the cupcake liners. You’ll find the basics like bamboo utensils, plates, and cups to serve 10, candles and cupcake toppers, and decorations such as a handmade “Happy Birthday” banner, handmade streamers, lanterns, balloons, and tablecloths. They even take care of the invites and thank you notes.

Choose from six themes: carnival, train, western, equestrian, princess and purple. Little Jubilee also features a party favor store based on their themes so you can pick out additional lace crowns (for the princess themed party), a horseshoe and crayon set (for the equestrian themed party), and more.

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Cool Factor
You’ll be impressed by the quality and style of goods. Many of the supplies are handmade like the banners and streamers and the products even come nicely arranged and packaged so nothing is broken or torn when delivered. Not only will Little Jubilee’s cool new birthday boxes cut down on your party planning time, but they’ll also make your party look totally Pinterest-worthy. Who said you can’t have your cake and eat it, too?

Each Little Jubilee party box costs $200, inclusive of shipping. Learn more by visiting littlejubilee.com.

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—Erin Lem with photos courtesy of Little Jubilee