Snow Flurry Engagement Party

 

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It’s no surprise the number of proposals that happen during the holiday time. Magical lights everywhere, Christmas tunes playing in the background. It must be something with the feel-good vibe that the holidays radiate. This week’s event if perfect for a newly engaged couple, especially those who love snow! The main colors of this event design board are white, silver and a hint of blue. This idea board would work great in a family home, where it is cozy; and family and friends could celebrate the good news! A little hot chocolate and some festive music, and the night is sure to be
magical!
Snow Flurry Engagement Party
Images used:
Tortilla Snowflakes are from Spoonful.com
Modern
Snowflake Pillow Cover
by Nest 2 Impress of Etsy
White
Snowflake Wreath
by Door Bling of Etsy
Hand painted snowflake glasses by Canadian
Creationz of Etsy
Snowflakes and icicles window decal set by Decal
Owl of Etsy
Melted snowman water bottle lable by Wakawoo
Events
of Etsy
White
and silver snowflake cocktail napkins
by The Fortunate Home of Etsy
Snowflake invitation by Trendy
Treasures
of Etsy
Peace Love Joy snowflake centerpieces by Hawthorne
Hill
of Etsy
White chocolate chocolate fountain by Cork
Weddings and Balloons
Blue snowflake fused glass coasters by
GlassCat
of Etsy
Blue and white snowflake sugar cookies by Sugar
Me Desserterie
of Etsy
Snowflake lollipops by Sweetniks
of Etsy
Glitter snowflake scent candle by Island
Escapes Candle Co
. of Etsy
Blue cake pops by Cupcake
Cuties Bakery
of Etsy

Chevron
table runner
by Fantasy Vintage Bridal of Etsy

 
The Sparkle Queen Events
This event is designed by The Sparkle Queen Events. Image sources
are hyperlinked in the text for easier accessibility.
As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I want to inspire you to make
your event extra special. While many of the items I include in my event designs
are tutorials, recipes, or handmade… use your imagination! Sometimes you can’t
make everything yourself, or you can make things that you could buy, but the
key is to find the right balance for you and your event, and strive to make it
exceptional!

 

 

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