Create This Tropical Destination Wedding Tablescape In 10 Easy Steps!

Posted by Azure on June 3rd, 2010
Now that you’ve seen what a fabulous affair you can create with the help of Party City, let’s break down this tropical tablescape into ten simple, DIY steps!

1. Set the tone with your table cover Drape each dinner table with Party City’s Hibiscus White Table Roll ($19.99) or Floral Paradise Table Cover ($3.20). 2. Dress it up with a tableskirt Adorn the tropical draped tables with bright pink (if your hubby-to-be will allow it!) or Caribbean blue tableskirts. Or mix and match with both pink and blue! They are a steal at $5.99 a piece! 3. Add a natural raffia tableskirt ($14.99) on top of the solid pink or blue tableskirts above to kick the luau vibe into full gear! 4. Arrange several hibiscus flower table cover clips ($3.99 for 4) around the edge of each table, and your tropical tablescape will be half way there! 5. Now it’s time for the table settings! For each place setting, you’ll need…

- One woven paper charger ($5.99)

- One bright pink or caribbean blue plastic dinner plate (50 plates for $9.99!)

- One bright pink dinner napkin ($5.99 for 75), and one caribbean blue dinner napkin, rolled and secured with a hibiscus flower table cover clip

- Silver look cutlery (one fork and knife; $1.99 for 24 pieces) 6. Serve your tropical cocktails in fun, festive glasses And feel free to mix and match! Choose from…

- Floral paradise cool (blue) or warm (pink) plastic wine glasses ($2.99)

- Coconut cups, complete with a flower and straw ($2.99)

- Floral paradise plastic martini glasses ($2.99) 7. Place a coconut maraca man or guitar man on the center of each table ($3.99) 8. Surround the coconut man centerpiece with a few luau-appropriate candles A couple fabulous choices…

- Tiki island coconut candles ($4.99)

- Coconut bowls with long lasting 10 hour votive candles ($2.99) 9. Add one more tropical touch to each table with a bamboo table torch ($5.99) 10. Place your custom Party City hibiscus white rehearsal dinner menu and place cards at each place setting, and voila! Your slice of paradise is complete!

How easy, and budget-friendly, is this!? I'm loving it! Do you think you could pull this off for your rehearsal dinner or destination wedding pre-party??

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