Monday, September 20, 2010

Smarty Had a Party Review

Do you love to host big parties and get-togethers at your house? Is your least favorite part the clean up afterwards? Yep, mine too. I love having people over (though I don't do it nearly as often as I'd like). Entertaining is fun and I like when people can relax and have a great time at my house.

But the hardest part about hosting a party is getting the house ready before all the guests arrive, and then cleaning up after everyone has left. Then you have to decide do I want to use real dishes and silverware? It looks so nice, but then you have all those dishes to wash! You can use disposable plastic or paper plate, and then it just doesn't look as nice. And it's hard sometimes to find something other than plain paper plates. When you're really going for a specific look, those aren't going to work either.

Now there is a solution for all your party supplies. Real looking, disposable plates and silverware. Plus cups, serving bowls, tablecloths, and much more, all of them easy to use, sharp looking, and disposable. It's all from Smarty Had a Party.

I received a "Hawaiian themed" set of party goods from Smarty Had a Party. I got the 11" Bamboo Plates, 7" Bamboo Plates, 16 oz. Plastic Tumblers, Reflections Full Size Long Dinner Forks, Reflections Grand Heavy Knives, 3 Ply "Bamboo Bash" Paper Dinner Napkins, and Olive Willow Green Artificial Rose Petals.

All the items I received are great quality and very nice looking. The Bamboo Plates are very sturdy, so that's a good way to go if you're looking for sturdiness. My son was even impressed with the "silver"ware. He said, "It looks like real silver." It really does look like real silverware. And it's sturdier than plain, old plasticware. Same thing with the cups, they are nice and hold up well. And the best pat is when the party is over everything can be thrown away.

Buy It: You can find these products and many more in their website

*Disclosure: I was not paid to post this, but a product was provided to me for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.*