{Alice in Wonderland} Inspired Baby Shower

I was so thrilled when Juliet Douglas, a wedding planner and party coordinator from Las Vegas, sent me over this beautiful Alice in Wonderland themed co-ed baby shower that was recently thrown in honor of her & her husband.

The shower was hosted by Sara Cholhagian and party planner Angelica McDonnell (colleague of Juliet’s who runs sister company Little Posh Parties) with all inspiration stemming from the idea of “fun and colorful” – I’d say they exceeded every expectation in that department, here’s a closer look at the creative & unique details. Eye-candy photography by Chelsea Nicole.

From a dessert bar chock full of delicious Wonderland-inspired treats (notice that adorable ace of spades cupcake above) to Mad Hatter details that crowned colorful carnation and kermit mum centerpieces by Enchanted Florist (I love these!) this shower is full of beautiful inspiration.

The theme works fantastically for a co-ed shower,  but it would be equally as perfect for a kids party or fun adult shin-dig (costumes required?). Here’s a closer look at the creative treats and centerpieces:

Jump on out to the full post for the rest of the pictures!

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Guest Blogging… Over at 6th Street Design School!

Come visit me today over at 6th Street Design School! Kirsten asked me to share one of my favorite spots in our home… and I was delighted to share a sneak peek and several details of our ever-transforming dining room (which has served as my office space, our dinner party venue and project table during our remodel).

Come say hi!

Favorite Trend: Imperial Trellis Pattern

A favorite trend that I’d like to share today is one that has really lit up the design world over the past year. Kelly Wearstler’s contemporary pattern covers everything from throw pillows to hallway walls (that’s Chloe Sevigny’s green entry way above).

What’s special about the design is that even in small doses the imperial trellis print adds just enough modernity to update a living room that’s feeling dated, it’s amazing what a super-trendy fabric, wallpaper or stencil (check out that dining room wall just below) can do for a room!

Kirsten over at 6th Street Design School even made her own trellis fabric for a recent pelmet box project – see the process here. And there’s my update for today! Images from DecorPad (more great imperial trellis inspiration over there, too).

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