Eloping is, for many people, a way to escape the pressures of having a perfect wedding. But we have to remember the people want to celebrate our union. As such, while we may not want all the trappings of a massive wedding when we come home we've still got to think about throwing a massive shindig! But how can we throw a great post-elopement party?
If you are hosting a party then you will want your venue to be perfect. Luckily, there are a whole host of unique venues which you can choose from. This article will delve into the different types of party venues available in order to help you make your decision.
I thought id share some photos of last years Easter celebrations. The weather was so perfect that we decided to host our friends by the pool which coincidentally, totally matched my colour theme... happy accident! ! Its so lovely to be by water don't you think?
Part of the fun of special events for me is the planning and the preparation. The lead up to the events is often more exciting than the actual event. Easter for me is one of my favourite holidays to plan for
Now that the dreaded month of January (I go through phases of loving and hating it) We can all start to look towards the rest of the year! I can feel Spring approaching... or am I just being optimistic!?
Got a birthday to celebrate coming up? Or perhaps it’s a bridal bash, engagement announcement, or something else? Whatever it is, you don’t have to worry about throwing a boring celebration. Here, we’re going to look at five ways to spice up any event and make sure your guests are glad they came.
With the holiday season in full swing, comes plenty of parties. Although hospitality may come easy to some, for others it can be a challenge. Regardless of the event, a party in your home can be a fantastic way to get everyone together, whether it’s a cooked meal at the table or party food to pick at. If you have a gathering planned, maybe with family and friends, you’ll most likely want to be prepared. Your home needs to be ready to host as well as an effort being put in in the kitchen.
The sun might be retreating and the nights might be drawing in, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t have fun. But if your idea of a fun night is witty banter, and catching up with old friends and family you might feel that the traditional house party isn’t for you. If you don’t drink or want to support a partner or friend who is teetotal, a more sedate occasion like a dinner party might seem like a better option than a traditional house party… but that would involve chaining you to the oven when you could be mixing with friends and loved ones.
For one of this years Halloween gatherings at our Home in Spain, I created a really simple and pretty (because I only DO pretty) pastel with black and gold, tablescape for a few of the girls who were coming around for the evening.
So the final part of of Our Wedding in Provence is here (for Part 1 and 2 here) and I really hope you've enjoyed following along as much as iv enjoyed a trip down memory lane sharing it with you.
A Travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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