Though this is in fact a birthday party in which the guest of honor is still in single digits, you would really not be able to tell based on the decor! Lexi of Glitter Inc. put together an incredibly chic, fun, whimsical party for her little lady’s 2nd birthday and we had the opportunity to supply the flowers. Here’s what we sent to add some foliage to the fête:
Feverfew (5 bunches), David Austin Keira Roses (36 stems), David Austin Patience Ivory Roses (36 stems), Pink Ranunculus (100 stems), Choose Your Own Colors Spray Roses (she chose White, Creamy White, Pinky Lavender, and Light Pink), Hues of Pink Astilbe (50 stems), Festiva White Peonies (20 stems), Eucalyptus DIY Greenery Box (medium pack), Fresh Cut Olive Branches (5 bunches), Light Pink Snapdragons (100 stems), Israeli Ruscus (10 bunches), White Wax Flower (14 bunches), and Orange Pin Cushion Protea (20 stems).
Check out the fabulous party she put together (with lovely photos courtesy of Annie Watts Photography)!
From the Style Me Pretty feature: “Being new-ish to North Carolina, we’re fairly smitten with the weather here. We grew up in Miami, where it’s 90° and humid most of the year. In North Carolina, we take advantage of the gorgeous weather every chance we get, and Scarlett’s 2nd birthday party was no exception. As a blogger, I’m constantly surrounded by on-trend party and décor ideas, and one of the trends I can’t get enough of: parties with bohemian vibes. I knew for Scarlett’s party that I wanted to borrow from that bohemian feel, giving it a more feminine, fairytale-like twist, and weaving in a bit of the South (in honor of our new home.)
“The first thing I dreamed up were the low tables, rugs and floor cushions, and the brilliant ladies behind Greenhouse Picker Sisters helped me bring the idea to life. Those low-tables were actually built by Holy and Amanda and their awesome husbands. There was also a VIP lounge and plenty of chic places to eat, gather, and have a good time. Using macramé curtains that I already had and a backdrop made out of industrial pipes (created by GHPS), along with a whole lot of green garland and fresh flowers from Fifty Flowers, we built the photo booth/backdrop. Who doesn’t want an excuse to take an adorable photo?
“Because we had so many gorgeous flowers leftover, we decided to set up a make-and-take bouquet station as guests left the party. We set out craft paper, scissors, twine, and buckets of flower stems for guests to pull together their own bouquet to take home. It was almost sad to take apart our backyard fairytale festival grounds at the end of the day. I’m pretty sure I’ll be pulling cushions and our coffee table out into our backyard for many months to come.”
Loving this Boho vibe? Want a little more inspiration? Check out our Boho Wedding Inspiration Pinterest board!