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Michelle's Party Plan-It: "A Day in Paris" Dessert Table

"A Day in Paris" Dessert Table

My Mother is quite the "Fashionista" and loves everything fashion related including one of the fashion capitals of the world, Paris.  She recently asked that I help her with a Paris themed dessert table for a luncheon and fashion show she was planning for the ladies at church.  Of course I wanted to help, how fun!














Decor:
I started with the coordinating stationery in her color choices of red, white and black along with a sprinkle of turquoise. With a little furniture rearranging, her sitting room proved to be the perfect place for the party.   It was one of the easiest tables I have set up so far since she already had all the needed decor and artwork that doubled as backdrops.

Desserts:
I filled apothecary jars with coordinating candy and we served cupcakes, madeleines and palmiers. I handcut several themed toppers for the cupcakes and placed them in coordinating nut cups from Pick Your Plum.  I also wrapped candy bars in matching stationary.

Fashion Show:
My Mom spent hours upon hours decorating the rest of her home to give it a boutique ambiance not to mention the hours spent shopping for the dresses that were worn by the models. There was a total of 21 dress changes!  The fashion show was a huge hit, so much that several ladies purchased the modeled dresses right on the spot.

Tidbit: 
Mom has always loved to dress up and look chic. Unfortunately, I didn't inherit her love of  fancy dresses with matching shoes, purses and hats. Although I appreciate fashion, I'm most comfortable in a pair of jeans. As you can see, when I was a child Mom made sure I was fashionable!



The lovely ladies all had a great time and best of all, I spent quality "girlie" time with my Momma.

Thanks for visiting!








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Styling, Party Stationery and Photography: Michelle's Party Plan-It

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Michelle's Party Plan-It: "A Day in Paris" Dessert Table

Monday, July 29, 2013

"A Day in Paris" Dessert Table

My Mother is quite the "Fashionista" and loves everything fashion related including one of the fashion capitals of the world, Paris.  She recently asked that I help her with a Paris themed dessert table for a luncheon and fashion show she was planning for the ladies at church.  Of course I wanted to help, how fun!














Decor:
I started with the coordinating stationery in her color choices of red, white and black along with a sprinkle of turquoise. With a little furniture rearranging, her sitting room proved to be the perfect place for the party.   It was one of the easiest tables I have set up so far since she already had all the needed decor and artwork that doubled as backdrops.

Desserts:
I filled apothecary jars with coordinating candy and we served cupcakes, madeleines and palmiers. I handcut several themed toppers for the cupcakes and placed them in coordinating nut cups from Pick Your Plum.  I also wrapped candy bars in matching stationary.

Fashion Show:
My Mom spent hours upon hours decorating the rest of her home to give it a boutique ambiance not to mention the hours spent shopping for the dresses that were worn by the models. There was a total of 21 dress changes!  The fashion show was a huge hit, so much that several ladies purchased the modeled dresses right on the spot.

Tidbit: 
Mom has always loved to dress up and look chic. Unfortunately, I didn't inherit her love of  fancy dresses with matching shoes, purses and hats. Although I appreciate fashion, I'm most comfortable in a pair of jeans. As you can see, when I was a child Mom made sure I was fashionable!



The lovely ladies all had a great time and best of all, I spent quality "girlie" time with my Momma.

Thanks for visiting!








VENDORS:
Styling, Party Stationery and Photography: Michelle's Party Plan-It

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