Are you preparing an outdoor party or get-together? How to host the perfect garden party!
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Whether you're hosting a baby shower, engagement party, or just having a few friends over for tea, a garden party is a great way to get some fresh air and make your event special. However, planning a party takes a lot of time and effort and a lot of decisions. If you need a boost to your creativity when planning your garden party, look no further for ideas How do you throw a garden party? that your guests will rave about!
Hawaiian style garden party
What could be nicer than enjoying a summer evening outside? It's hard to beat. Think how many people get on a plane each year just to hit beautiful beaches and tropical getaway destinations. A luau is always a hit and goes with any backyard setup. Start by sending out colorful invitations adorned with the Hawaiian hibiscus to set the tone. Then you can plan your menu with teriyaki chicken or beef, crispy rice noodles, chicken with hibiscus honey glaze, baby ribs and Asian salad wraps. These delicious appetizers are sure to please your guests, but you can also opt for Hawaiian tofu-based dishes. Keep your guests hydrated and happy with Hawaiian-inspired cocktails made from pineapple juice, blue curacao, rum or a classic pina colada!
A fresh idea to make your party unique is to take inspiration from the black coral, considered the jewel of the state and often used in jewelry making, but can be a living centerpiece for your serving table. You can also incorporate green sea turtles into your design or party favors.
Old Florida theme party
Would you like to recharge your summer energy with your outdoor soiree? While Hawaiian parties are great fun with their bright colors, you can also consider an Old Florida party with lush plants, Spanish moss, and orange decor. Consider serving fresh lime cake, citrus salad, and pink lemonade to indulge your guests with the refreshing flavors of Florida.
By centering your design around citrus fruits, you can have a lot of fun with this party idea and create a pleasant color scheme inspired by oranges, lemons, limes and grapefruits. White orange blossoms make lovely centerpieces, especially when surrounded by a nice flat layer of halved citrus fruits. Consider orange, yellow, and white lanterns or tea lights for decorating to create a romantic, cozy atmosphere. Palm trees in pots and other tropical ferns complete the look and give your guests the feeling of relaxing under palm trees.
Preparation for your garden party
It is always recommended to start with a mood board so that you can imagine what you will want at your garden party. Pinterest is a great website to get inspiration and organize your ideas. Then choose a date! Before you can edit invitations, you need to think about when to host your garden party. You can make it easy for your guests to get in touch with Paperless mail so you can answer with just one click! Finally, consider getting help for your garden party. You don't want to get stuck behind the counter or in the kitchen, so get family help so you can enjoy yourself and your guests always have a drink on hand.