Published on July 26, 2017

Brittany Jepsen’s Bauhaus-inspired tablescape boasts no shortage of bold colors and vibrant shapes. From hand-painted table linens to vibrant Ikea hacks, there are myriad DIYs to replicate for your next fete. 
 
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Honeycomb arches are totally the new balloon arches. This ombre display goes above and beyond your typical party decor installation, but there’s no denying the wow-worthy statement it’ll make to your fete.

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Monstera leaves are known for their effortless elegance, along with their ability to outlive most floral counterparts. But, standing in as a pendant cover? Well, that’s a new one. This ultra easy DIY is about as low-effort as they come, but it will undoubtedly cast a statement-worthy finish. 
 
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Brown paper bags aren’t the most popular when it comes to party decor but this splashy DIY certainly makes a good case for them. Pair the painted baggies with potted plants or unsightly vases, and utilize them as centerpieces for the table.

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A pampered guest is a happy one and this ingenious hack will help you achieve just that. Fill a large basin with warm water, floral petals, and bath salts, and get ready for hours of R&R.
 

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Elevate your standard ice game with this party-ready twist featuring an eclectic medley of edible flowers. Get creative with the color schemes and sub in fresh herbs for a fragrant twist to cocktails. 

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The beauty of paper florals are that they’re entirely wilt-less, meaning you can actually prep for your party ahead of time. Utilize these paper flowers for everything from placeholders to centerpieces. 

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