Maybe…just maybe you can pull off one last outdoor party before Fall hits us head on. I’d be hard pressed to suggest any one print, but India Rose has always been one of my favorites. That pink pull is too strong for me to resist
As much as I dislike “pigeonholing” prints, its pretty obvious that this one with deep pink as the dominant color has a definite “girl” vibe. I can see this print work beautifully for a bridal shower, a BFF’s birthday, a mid-morning brunch with your friends…..even a baby shower!
Let’s start off with a little inspiration – the India Rose round tablecloth alongside some pretty pink roses and dainty petit fours iced in sublime white frosting…..see what I mean?
I’m all for keeping the dinnerware a simple classic white accessorized with natural textures like wicker, rattan and seagrass for the chargers and glassware. There is something about these organic textural elements that makes them meld so beautifully with the outdoors. Use the images below to give you ideas and get your creative juices flowing.
Paper lanterns are inexpensive, fun and pack a punch of color. Aren’t these felted wool balls a really quirky unusual decoration? The kit has 40 balls of coordinating colors, embroidery floss, needle and instructions to make it super easy to create garlands to adorn windows, fireplace mantels, and doorways.
Again, natural and organic are the key words. Glass bottles all lined up with single solitary stems are an effective and stunning idea. Acme has this great party idea – Mason glass drinking jars with daisy perforated metal lids and sturdy multi-color paper straws. As they say “Party. Rinse. Repeat”!!! Love it.
Desserts for the sweet tooth
Just because we’re responsible grown ups doesn’t mean we can’t indulge in some kid friendly desserts???? Strawberry ice cream, pink and purple cupcakes (my choice) and rose sherbet…….how does one decide? I say make it a dessert party and have all three
More of India Rose….
There’s more to India Rose than just our round tablecloth. Take a look.
A pink party inspired by India Rose