If you or your children participate in a sport team, a party is certainly taken place at the end of the season. Or you may organize an alumni meeting this summer.
You typically want something special yet affordable. Get inspired by these adorable event design ideas.
The photos hanging by clothes pins on a twine is a concept that can be applied to so many events in so many ways.
From a graduation party, an engagement party, to a first year wedding anniversary or the first birthday of your baby, displaying photos creates a connection. Your guests feel more inclined to share memories.
For a baby shower, create a family tree line. The center will be filled by a few photos of the pregnancy and the happy couple.
Serving food and cocktails in mason jars is favored by cool bars, bistro restaurants and caterers. The details of this real wedding designed by Rebecca Stone of Duet Weddings are featured on Style Me Pretty.
Continue the rustic charm by planting fruits, vegetables or any kebabs on a wheatgrass bed. Select a container that fits with your party theme. I am showing you how Vesou, an event planning studio serving Orange County in California, serve a fruit dessert at an event.
Top and Left pictures: Photographed by Leigh Miller Photography – rights reserved
Food Dishing: Fruit Plates by Vesou
Via: Real Wedding by Duet Weddings, III [Style Me Pretty]
Karen ZacharyJune 30, 2008 at 14:58
With this skewer style, the fruit only slides off one way: off the dirt end! There’s DIRT under that wheat grass! You have to use PLAIN skewers for a wheat grass presentation. =)
At Home with Kim ValleeJune 30, 2008 at 15:22
Karen: If you wish to use a decorative skewer like this one, you typically wrap the other end with a plastic wrap before you plant it into the dirt.
Wedding Photography NaplesAugust 31, 2011 at 21:22
Amazing blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers? I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you advise starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any tips? Appreciate it!
KimSeptember 1, 2011 at 00:20
I love WordPress. But contrary to the popular belief, properly running a WordPress blog is not free. I suggest anyone to go with the self-hosted version as it provides more options. Therefore, as a brand, you will need to pay a designer and an integrator for a custom theme, plus to pay hosting fees to host the blog and the back-end application (which is the self-hosted WordPress program and the plugins).