Our next Holiday Table Challenge entry is from the lovely event stylist and blogger, Amy Belle Isle of Stem Parties. Amy’s blog is full of entertaining tips, tricks and treasures designed to bring big style to small events. Amy always offers up a modern take on the trends and offers readers a darling sense of humor while doing so! I love how her personality shines through each and every post!
You know my love for all things green….so it’s no surprise that I LOVED this party that Amy recently styled. Read on for all of the details, as told by Amy:
For this office holiday party held in an open area within the office, I played off of the chocolate browns and greens already found in the space to create a modern Winter Forest with a hint of vintage.
Inspired by the gorgeous salad plates from Head of the Table rental, I added other elements of green in various patterns as well as pine cones and rustic touches. By mixing graphic patterns, vintage vessels for florals, rustic burlap runners, and elements of nature, you can get an eclectic look that is budget friendly, too. Another budget friendly item? Coffee filters! Taking a cue from all of the fantastic “coffee filter wreaths” making the blog rounds, I added in coffee filter flowers and wreaths in several areas to bring in a warm, homemade feel.
Thanks so much, Kelly, for this wonderful chance to share a little space on The Party Dress with all of these talented people featured this holiday season!
Vendors used: caterer (cuisine d’art), green and white decorative plates and green goblets(head of the table), all other rentals (premier rentals), backgrounds and clipart for printables I made(mygrafico), designer of patterned papers(lily bimble), designer of ornament clipart( stockberry studio)