The latest Trend Alert article from Tonya at Soiree Event Design has just come out on Hostess With the Mostess and boy is it a stunner! This is the summer of the mermaid themed party, I think. That is why I’m so glad that Tonya selected such a popular party theme and showed everyone why this trend is taking over. AND, like so many of Tonya’s parties this year, her.
One of the most timeless and classic wedding color palettes is also one of my absolute favorites – black, white and Tiffany blue. A bride and groom can’t go wrong with this color scheme, and today for our Event of the Week we’re going to show you an example of a wedding dessert table taken in the “rustic” direction that is simply stunning. This table was designed by Favor Boutique.
If you’re considering having an art themed party for one of your kids, this post is a must-read. Our friends at PlayPartyPin.com created a masterpiece of an event with hands-down the absolute best artsy activities for this type of party. There are just so many great things going on in this party. First, let’s talk about the color scheme and theme. One really great thing about an art themed party.
Parties and events with an “ombre” theme are a pretty new trend in the event industry. And it’s no wonder that this theme is taking the industry by storm – it is fabulous and can be done in so many different ways! If you’re not familiar with the term “ombre”, here is what it means – it is a French fashion term for “shading” or the graduation of a color.
It’s still Monday, right? No? Well, this Event of the Week is only a few hours late, so we’re posting it anyways. Besides, it’s just too good to hold back until next week. It feels like the ratio of kids birthdays to adult birthdays that we feature here is pretty disproportionate. And we know that adults like to party, too, so today’s post is one for the adults and it’s.
A nautical themed party (navy, white, red and gold) is one of the most classic, sophisticated and fun party themes that you can do. Whether you’re having a birthday party, baby shower, bridal shower, wedding, or anniversary, you basically can’t lose with this theme. Why is that, you may wonder? The nautical theme is very versatile and can be transformed into a cutsie theme for a baby’s first birthday, or.
Boy do we have a treat for you today! We want to make planning a candy buffet as simple and easy as possible. One of the biggest challenges that a lot of people face is not knowing what kind of candy to use together to make an outstanding display. Our good friend Tonya Coleman from Soiree Event Design recently used candy from our store to do a beach bridal candy.
You may have seen the latest “The Look for Less” from Tonya Coleman from Soiree Event Design come out last week on Hostess with the Mostess featuring candy exclusively from our store (and if you didn’t, click here to read the full post). This beach bridal all white candy buffet turned out absolutely amazing and Tonya did a FABULOUS job styling this display. And you probably want to know “How’d she.
Friends, we are so very excited to share with you another great post featuring candy from our store from our friend Tonya at Soiree Event Design that has been posted on Hostess with the Mostess! This one is a “The Look for Less” post where Tonya spills her secrets for how to put together a fabulous beach bridal candy buffet table AND the cost differences between doing a candy buffet.
Our Event of the Week today is how to do a candy buffet for a dreamy, seaside wedding with shades of blue. It is a big wedding trend where the color palette crosses over to the candy buffet and all of the candy is coordinated with the rest of the wedding. There are so many varieties of colored candy these days that you can keep your palette consistent and still.