How to Throw a Kate Spade Inspired Party
Whether it’s a bridal shower, birthday party, or baby shower, a Kate Spade inspired party is a chic and modern way to celebrate. Witty phrases, pops of gold, and sharp lines will tastefully comprise this simplistically beautiful affair. Now let’s get to the fun stuff, shall we?
1. Color Palette
The signature shades in your color palette is going to consist of golds, blacks, whites, and pinks.
2. The Invites
Horizontal chunky stripes of black and white with splashes of gold imagery and pops of pink fonts are the ideal look for your invites.
3. The Details
We suggest starting with gold letter balloons. These balloons with provide a playful focal point for your party and these oversized letters (and numbers) are guaranteed to be a popular photo-op spot at your soiree.
You can make your own banner to spell out whatever you want for your party. You already have the balloons to represent one element, so make the banner is complimentary. Check out these free banner letters from I Should Be Mopping the Floor. We suggest spelling out Pop Clink Fizz (a signature Kate Spade phrase).
Stick with the color theme of pink and sprinkle confetti around the tables in the middle and buy the snacks. It will add the perfect pop of color.
Whether you are serving adult beverages or keeping it virgin (especially for baby showers), champagne flutes add the right amount of elegance to your get together. Oh, and plastic flutes are totally acceptable. For a pretty pink drink to fill your flutes, check out this pink mimosa recipe from Sweet Phi.
Get fancy with your origami skills and twist your cloth napkins into bows. Kate Spade accessories are frequently dressed with pretty, symmetrical bows. Get your step-by-step how to here: Napkin Bows How To
4. The Music
Because a Kate Spade theme can be used for a variety of functions: check out some of our past posts for some playlist suggestions.