I was so glad to help set up this party in the garden for a very sweet college graduate and her family. She wanted a garden theme with pink and gold accents. Such great taste! It turned out gorgeous!
The party was held both indoor and outdoors. With the warm weather, the host chose to keep the food inside and the party outside.
Tulips, flower boxes and paper flowers... all perfect for a garden party.
Tulips and boxwood in flower boxes.
Selfie station bench with paper flowers in pink and gold.
And a special little table for the kids!
A beverage station for tea and lemonade - a must for a southern event.
Full view of the garden.
Our sangria bar was perfect for this occasion.
We used more of the pink and gold inside where the food and dessert were served. More of the garden theme was brought indoors. Loved the mix of natural elements with a little bling!
This was such a fun event! After the rehearsal, the couple celebrated with close friends and family under the oaks at their grandparents beautiful home and backyard garden. The couple decided on a fiesta theme that was light and fun and in total contrast to the wedding.
Lots of color and casual eats! Catered Mexican food was served on our long 10-ft farm table.
Guests were greeted by a delicious appetizer table with an awesome chips display and a variety of salsas!
Royal blue table linens and pretty, rustic garden chairs added color to the garden. White lanterns against green rosemary and eucalyptus gave a subtle hint of the next day's big event.
These custom wooden planks were made by us and added a nice rustic anchor to match the chairs.
Extra seating options provided a conversation area, but guests had to share the seat with this little guy, our fiesta chameleon trying to blend in!
The sangria bar was the main attraction! Guests gathered around for a refreshing drink from the canopied bar.
Another beverage station provided cool refreshments on this warm, spring evening.
The beer garden served ice cold bottles in galvanized tubs.
Coffee and dessert were served on the back porch. Since cake would be served at the wedding the next day, the couple opted for a variety of desserts including key lime pies and a delectable tres leches dessert.
What a fun theme for a rehearsal dinner!
This retro bowling party was for a sweet little boy turning 7, kind of a big deal when you're that age! Bowling, friends, cake, candy... what more could a 7-year old want?!
We custom made these chocolate bar wrappers and printables for the favor bags. The trays under the candy bar wrappers are black frames with bowling themed paper under the glass. Easy and super cute!
Popcorn in ziploc baggies with printed toppers made for great snacks while the kids bowled.
Gutter balls (donut holes) were the big hit!
Aren't these cookies the most adorable thing ever?!
The kiddos had such a great time! Makes wearing the bowling shoes so worth it!
I'm Dania and I'm a party planning addict. I love all things themed and I am constantly searching for the latest trend in parties. I enjoy the part of the process that no one else likes - planning, shopping, preparing and setting up. The best part for me? I get to leave when the party starts. Crazy! I know.