Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Featured Fête: New Years Eve Party in Blk,Wht & Red

Damask is one of my all time favorite prints! It dresses up just about anything! Andrea from Pocket full of Parties sent over a New Years Eve party she hosted for her family, featuring black & white damask with accents of red. The color palette is quite popular this time of year, as Valentines Day is right around the corner! In fact I used this very color combo (yes, outfitted with damask) for my  2010 Valentines Day dinner set up.  Check out how Andrea decked out her party in Damask, and get inspired for your next damask adorned event!



 How cute is this mini cake bunting! I'm a fan!




Here are the details told by Andrea..

A week before New Year's Eve, I decided to throw a 'Pocket Full of Parties' family-centered event at my house with my friends and their children. After considering many themes and colors schemes, I ultimately went for black and white damask with red accents. This has been my favorite color combination since I was a very little girl :) The great thing about it is that it is also versatile...this scheme, these colors, and the printables I used could be used for many occasions, from birthdays, to weddings, to bridal showers, to dinner parties, etc.
I collaborated with Little Ladybug Designs, www.littleladybugdesigns.com, who created all of the DIY printables for me.
Once I chose this theme, the rest was easy! I love party design, and I love shopping for and/or crafting party decor. With the "help" of my two year old (who pretended to craft things while I was doing so), the party was put together with class and style in 5 days! :)


My party guests were so thankful to be invited to a kid-friendly New Year's party and raved about the decor, desserts, and food. Such a proud moment for me and my family!
 
For additional images and vendor details, head over to Pocket full of parties.
Thank you Andrea for sharing your  Fête!

2 comments:

Pocket Full of Parties said...

Thank you so much for featuring my New year's Eve "fete!" It was truly a beautiful and fun affair, and I hope it serves as an inspiration for numerous other parties!

The Void Remains said...

Wow what a fantastic party! First class all the way!