I had to set my dining table using the party leftovers from our Serve Weekend Women’s Event. The casual elegance of this table would make for a perfect table scape for a bridal shower, birthday party or even wedding.
You’ll also learn how I made my Party Printables “sparkle” and how you too can have the gold vases.
The color pallet is shades of gold with white and very small touches of turquoise. We created the casual elegant feel by combining sparkling gold items with white “farm style” ceramic jars & rustic wooden plant holders. And the use of only white flowers and a variety of succulents kept that casual yet elegant feel.
My collection of mercury glass votives really added that added sparkle to the table. And I even used some as plant holders! I just love the mini succulents planted in mercury glass and rustic wooden pots.
And don’t get me started on the succulents planted in the white “farm style” ceramic jars. I love their juxtaposition against all the sparkle. I originally bought 12 jars from Michaels and have used them in a variety of ways. I’ve also given a lot away as gifts so I had to go back and buy more yesterday! They are on sale so go stock up. Trust me, they can be used in a variety of looks and feels.
And this color pallet screamed – champagne! And don’t you love the white burlap with the gold floral design? I fell in love with it instantly at Joann Fabrics and had to buy a few yards. I know it will come in handy for many parties and home decor creations!
Did you wonder how I did all the gold printables? I used the Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator! My favorite new toy. Here’s how it works: You print your item in black and then you put a piece of foil over your design and run it through the Minc like a laminator. When it comes out it’s gold or whatever color foil you picked. Genius! I can’t get enough of it!
Were you curious about where I got the Gold Vases? Party hack!!! I created mason jar wraps using a variety of gold fabrics fused to heavy interfacing. They were originally made to fit over large and small mason jars, but now I just use any jar that fits – like a pickle jar! Click here to see the easy DIY instructions.
And I love party leftovers — and I’m not talking food! Staying neutral with the flowers and accents means I can enjoy them throughout my home long after the party is over!