Oh Happy Day

www.ohhappyday.com | A party and lifestyle website based in San Francisco. Introducing our new Party Shop! www.shop.ohhappyday.com
A design + lifestyle site that produces & celebrates fun through original design, projects and party ideas. Launched in 2006 by event planner Jordan Ferney, the website has grown into one of the top craft and celebration resources on the web. Oh Happy Day features influencer ideas, practical party guides, accessible DIY projects, interior design inspiration, trend-making photography and the practical means to make it all happen.

You know all of the things on Pinterest? We make that stuff.

Our new e-commerce site now offers direct-buy options to get supplies for featured products, projects and ideas. Imagine the possibilities, expect cake, or at the very least donuts.

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"Oh Happy Day" is a 1967 gospel music arrangement of an 18th-century hymn. Recorded by the Edwin Hawkins Singers, it became an international hit in 1969, reaching No. 4 on the US Singles Chart, No. 1 in France, Germany and the Netherlands and No. 2 on both the UK Singles Chart and Irish Singles Chart. It has since become a gospel music standard. The recording is notable for the muted piano, drum and bass backing and the dominant use of the left-hand stereo channel which features the performance of lead singer, Dorothy Combs Morrison. Notable also for clean sound given powerful ensemble captured by modest equipment, the recording was made at Hawkins' church, the Ephesian Church of God in Christ in Berkeley, California. Wikipedia