Get your treat on at Cafe1905C, named for a yummy Pantone shade of pink and open to the public (so no museum ticket needed). At Cafe1905C you can indulge in confetti cake, sweet fried dough, shoestring fries with pink sauce, pink macha latte and other Instagrammable deliciousness.
Nothing gets creative juices flowing quite like a little festive bubbly. Kick off the evening in celebratory style by offering pink cans of champagne. Festive and delicious, they're the perfect complement to a sweet dessert spread and fit seamlessly with the party's decor.
Don't overlook the most functional rooms in your home when you're doing your holiday decorating. Even your master bath, your mudroom or your laundry room can get a holiday overhaul. Here a pretty zinc container filled with greenery and a cozy, Scandi-chic sherpa stool define designer Lisa Joublanc's invigoration of a functional workspace with holiday cheer.
Inexpensive and easy to make, the tissue pom is a whimsical party favorite that can also add pizazz to a child's bedroom decor. Try incorporating different size poms and tissue paper in shades of the same color for maximum impact. Photo courtesy of ProjectNursery.com
Laughing guests raise their champagne flutes for a cheers at a backyard bridal party. A simple backyard setting is elevated with the use of a balloon garland, foraged centerpiece and real plates rather than paper plates.
Step 5 - Prepare Greeting Card
Next, mark and cut a piece of paper at 2 ¾ inches wide x 6 ½ inches tall. Using a hammer, emboss your message onto the card. You can use the ruler’s straight edge as a guide until you get the hang of it and feel more confident with your spacing.