Planning a BIrthday Party? Enter to Win an Under the Oak Party in a Box (deadline is Wednesday, July 30th).

Ready for another Subscriber Special? Me too. Read on for the rules...

I'm loving Under the Oak Parties for a bunch of reasons. First there's the obvious. These "parties in a box" are not only practical, but they're whimsical and beautiful too - everything a party should be. I also love the story behind this new business. Under the Oak Parties was founded by Megan K., a Stamford nanny to three young girls. In her spare time, she loves to entertain. She turned her passion into a business with Under the Oak and I predict that this is just the beginning for this young entrepreneur. I recently spotted her in the Stamford Advocate and again on Channel 8 News.

So what exactly is a party in a box and how can you get your hands on one? An Under the Oak party in a box consists of almost everything you need to throw the perfect party for your kids (and adults too!). In each box you'll find plates, utensils, cups, paper lanterns and other decorations, favors and even invitations. You pick a theme and all of this arrives at your doorstep for less than $10 per guest. Check out Under the Oak's fun themes for kids' birthday parties, like Way out West, Up in the Sky and Whimsy Butterfly. You really need to visit www.UndertheOakParties.com for the full effect. Everything is beautifully photographed and explained in full detail.

I'm thrilled to announce that two lucky FairfieldCountyChild.com readers will receive a full Under the Oak party in a box ($95 value each). To win, just email me at fairfieldcountychild@gmail.com with your favorite Under the Oak party theme for kids or adults by Wednesday, July 30th at 5pm. To be considered, you must be a FairfieldCountyChild.com subscriber. If you're not a subscriber already, you can sign up simply by clicking here. It's free and easy and as a subscriber you're automatically eligible for this giveaway and all the others I have planned for down the road! Good luck and thanks to Under the Oak!


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