If you’re looking for a unique holiday party idea, this pink table setting provides the perfect opportunity to wow your guests.
We all know I’m not really one to be conventional, and the holidays are surely no exception. Hence this perfectly pink holiday party table that’s fit for flamingos or flocked trees.
Because why force yourself to have to decide between the two when you don’t have to?! Granted, my Grandma might not think it’s classic, but pink never goes out of style in my book.
We’ve also teamed up with Uber for this one to help you get around town reliably for shopping and skipping the parking situation mess to recreate the look for your party, for making sure guests get home safely during the holidays, and even for stocking the table with food from UberEATS so you can focus on the pretty details.
It’s so convenient it’s a little dangerous for me, haha! The world is your oyster here, my friends.
I also wanted to give the nod to Small Business Saturday happening this weekend, so I’ve selfishly sprinkled in some things from my favorite local and online small businesses, too. Not to worry, you can still find the same looks from the Houston stores and other places, too!…
I’m a big fan of Ikea white tables with screw-in legs for making pop-up dinner tables for additional holiday guests!
It’s great because you can break them down for easy storage afterward, but they look far better than folding tables.
They also have these adorable blush pink chairs, which are too cute, right?!
Since I know you’re all planning at least one Target run this week, we’ll start there recreating this look!
These cute ombre bottle brush trees were the perfect saturated pop of pink for the table centerpiece, plus you can pick up some gold flatware, gold serveware, and plain white plates.
From there, I snagged these pretty blush pink table linens, tassels for napkin rings, and blush pink runner from a favorite local Kuhl-Linscomb (est. uberX fare $10 from Meyerland Target).
High Fashion isn’t far from Bite Macarons to pick up some pretty desserts for styling the table, but if you’re like me and doing everything last minute, you can also order macarons and a strawberry cream cake with UberEATS from Bite or Dessert Gallery.
I’d also like to take a moment to shamelessly tell you how proud I am of the pink marble “placemats” that I found! They were actually from Texas Art Supply and are meant for stained glass making, but I thought they were too perfect to pass up for the table.
Also, this is what it looks like when you ask your husband to make the hanging flamingo feathered balloons closer to the table, haha! The feathers are a garland from one of my favorite online small business party stores, Poppies For Grace!
What do you think? Would you style an all-pink table for your holiday party or not?! I’m very curious to see if your obsession with pink is as strong as mine, haha!
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