NYE Rosé and Dessert Party
If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you know my number one tip for entertaining starts before the actual party with stationery. Sending an invitation not only makes your friends feel special but is a great opportunity to set the stage for the party while keeping an organized head-count and encourages your friends to take your party seriously!
The first step was removing everything from the room that didn’t fit with our color palette – which if you remember the dining room reveal, is basically everything. Next, a few amazing sequin linens set the stage for our decor. Then we brought in lots of layered textures, disco balls and show-stopper florals in pink, purple and red hues and black accents for a little sexy drama.
I mixed black and white dinnerware and paired it with black matte flatware and black and pink linen napkins. I love the black contrast againstins the sparkly pink sequin table linen.
Photography – The Mannix Co / Floral Design – Florist Fire / Linens & Chairs – Kate Ryan Linens / Cake – The Vine Baking Co / Macarons, Doughnuts & Champagne Jello Shots – Sweets Illustrated / Invitation – Claudia Owen / and a special thanks Ashlee Hamon and Regina as The Photographer for coming to hang out and play model with Gayle and I!