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Shabby Chic Garden Party Ideas – Perfect for a Spring Fling Party

Shabby Chic Garden Party Ideas – Perfect for a Spring Fling Party

What could be more delightful than holding a Shabby Chic Garden Party outside now that Spring is nearly here? The garden can make a beautiful backdrop for a stunning party and mix it with vintage and floral décor and you have the most enchanting atmosphere to entertain guests in. We’ve found some gorgeous shabby chic garden party ideas that you could do yourself should you have a bridal shower, baby shower or a special little lady’s Birthday that requires celebrating in style.

I love the use of white crates stacked to create different levels to display food and party favours. This display could be easily imitated for a wedding or engagement party setting. Hang glass votives off trees and place little tea lights in each one and light for a whimsical touch for a dusk party.

This is a different take on the Shabby Chic theme using a lot of pink and a touch of secret garden décor with keys and picture frames accenting the table.

I love the idea of moving a hutch outside and using it to display the cakes and sweet treats for the party. Add some cushions on the floor for a relaxed feel.

Create a lolly buffet using a hutch. Add wooden sign and vases with flowers for a shabby chic look. Open the drawers of the hutch and use these to hold food.

Doilies, ribbons and streamers can make a stunning backdrop to yet another hutch display used for holding the food. This party has added roses into it’s theme by using tea cups with rose prints and displaying roses amongst the cupcakes.

Lace and bunting is very shabby chic territory and it can sweeten up the most basic of party elements like glass jars for drinking and a simple drink stand.

Jugs holding flowers, brass keys and books stacked and kept together with brown string are a great way to decorate the middle of the table and can create a delightful shabby chic display.

Cupcakes and cake pops are the sweetest treats to delight guests attending the party.

Use jars told hold mousse and decorate with floral fabric and brown string as you would with a jar of jam or preserves. Vases and tiered cake stands can be used to hold and display macaroons and other delightful sweet treats.

How cute are these flower pots holding macaroons? These would also make great party favours.

A shabby chic door display makes a great photo booth backdrop. Or it can greet guests if you plan to hold your shabby chic party in a park or field.

Are you looking forward to Spring? Do you prefer party indoors our outdoors? Do you know someone who would love to have a Shabby Chic celebration?

Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard is a plumber by day and stylist by night but these days she changes more nappies than washers. She is a happily married mum to three young daughters who she styles on a regular basis. Rebecca is not only an award winning plumber, she also writes an award winning blog called The Plumbette where she shares her life experiences as a plumber and mother. Rebecca also blogs at Styled by Bec believing a girl can be both practical and stylish. Links to the blogs are http://www.theplumbette.com.au and http://www.styledbybec.com.au/blog

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