Real Party: Black & Teal Bash

Today’s Real Party is a glam event in black and teal with a touch of pink. I was way excited to receive this party from Pauline, the talented woman behind The Party Studio and  Sophisticated Yum!  We first featured Pauline’s work when we showcased her daughter’s Baking Birthday Party last summer.  I just LOVED that party – you must check it out if you missed it before!  I have a feeling that you’ll love today’s Black & Teal Bash just as much.  Check it out…
Black & Teal Dessert Table

Black & Teal Dessert Table

I do realize this is a New Years Party and it’s a little late for New Years inspiration!  But this color combination and styling could be used for other events.  I just love the black and white patterns with the small touches of color.  The vase of sparklers adds such a charming little touch.  I think this would be perfect for a modern bridal shower or adult birthday.  What do you think?

Here is a little of what Pauline had to say about this event:
“I used the Hollywood Glam NYE printables from Anders Ruff and used the colors black, teal and pink. I made the background decorations using the printables and also used these to line the platters. As you can see, I used black frames as platters as well and was very happy with how they looked. I kept everything mini as I wanted people to be able to pop the delicious goodies into their mouths as they sipped on their champagne.”

Special thanks to Pauline for sharing her glamorous Black & Teal Bash with us!  Now hop on over to Sophisticated Yum to get the full scoop on this party!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

Comments

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    Ashley says

    Are those paper fans on the walls? They’re cute and different from the pom poms that seem to be popular! Love the colors!

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