Inspired by This Elegant Garden Themed Dinner Party with Homemade Details

Created by Desiree Spinner Events, this elegant garden themed dinner party was designed so that every decor item carried the idea of throwing  a simple but elegant backyard get together. I love all the little details, such as the wrapped peach menus, strawberry glasses, striped straws and floral patterned book shelves!  The bright color palette is the perfect way to stretch out these last few days of summer, when the air is cooling and everything is starting to get quiet.  The party featured a book exchange, where guests were encouraged to bring their favorite gardening books to swap with other party goers, such a great idea!

Refreshing drinks for guests all on one table! Love the banner across the table and striped straws!

Add fresh fruits inside the drink dispenser to let your guests know which flavor each drink is! Such a great idea!

We love the strawberry topped mason jars! And how adorable are the ribbons around the mason jars?!

Buckets as flower vases! Love it! And yellow hunters of course!

Treat your guests to a variety of desserts like cupcakes, popcorn, and cake pops! How fun!

Display cute desserts on a tiered stand perfect for any occasion!

Serve guests popcorn in a cupcake liner! Yummy!

Such a sweet treat–delicious peaches wrapped in pretty paper!

Love the mix of florals–hydrangeas and roses!

Designer: Desiree Spinner Events
Photographer: Dan Cutona
Florals: Patrice R. Milley
Paper Goods: Dulce Press
Catering: Five Bays Bistro
Cupcakes & Macaroons: Creative Baking
Lollicakes: Cape Cod Lollicakes
Table Linens: Wildflower Linen
Rentals: Rentals Unlimited

0 responses to “Inspired by This Elegant Garden Themed Dinner Party with Homemade Details

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