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Sofia’s Pantone Art Party :: Featured Parties

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My lovely friend, Leanne from Sweet Style in Australia recently styled this gorgeous Pantone Art Party for her daughter’s 7th birthday. The party has been popping up on the web everywhere and I’ve been meaning to share it with you all! The color combination is one of my favorite and the details of this are truly stunning! Leanne is so talented and her photography is spectacular. Go check it out…

View the full party + details here!

July 25, 2013

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  1. Tina Dahl says:

    As someone who has worked woth the Pantone system for over 25 years (Eeep!) I just love this!!! So pretty and fresh 🙂

  2. This party has my vote for Party of the Year! The palette and theme is so fresh and unique and beautifully executed! LOVE!

  3. candi says:

    This is so pretty, I love the colors too.

  4. You’re killing me with all of these AMAZING parties. I want to have a party a week now!!

  5. Dave Topal says:

    I don’t know what to applaud, the stunning color combination or the excellent photography! Cup cakes somebody!!!!

  6. shannon says:

    what a lovely way to turn a really “pink” party into something a wee bit more sophisticated, but still really fun. I would throw this one for myself. 🙂 SO cute.

  7. Rory says:

    That is such a neat idea! I love the colors!

  8. marc says:

    So happy I stumbled upon this blog. Got some great ideas for my own events and parties. Keep up the awesome work!

  9. B says:

    What a fantastic new spin on pink and mint (one of my favorite color schemes!). Heading over to view the full party now…thanks for sharing!

  10. Jennifer Chrispin says:

    I really in desperate need to find how to mount a backdrop so that it looks seamless and neat. I see with all the party you post that everyones back drop looks so good. Through my research I notice that people stated that use foam board or gator board and screw it onto the table they are using. But if screwing the foam or gator board is not an option what can I do???I desperately wanting to know how people mount backdrops that they look so clean, net and seamless. I am desperate!

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