Wonderful Watercolour

1st September 2014, 03:40 AM Author: Sarah Osmotherly Tags: , , ,

I had such a wonderful time creating this watercolour party table for Confetti Fair. I was experiencing a little option anxiety as to what theme to choose for my booth space, but then it magically all fell into place. There is something so stunning and delicate about watercolour, it draws you in and washes over you like a warm bath, I couldn’t resist it!


I had my heart set on really unique furniture with a pop of vibrant colour. My amazing intern Rebecca helped me find the furniture on gum tree, even though her annoying boss kept crunching the poor owner on the other end of the phone… But we finally got our bargain. We painted up this divine dresser with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint from Crab Apple Vintage. The beautiful Jess, my talented Sydney stylist hand died the napkins, I just LOVE them! Floral genius Cheryl from Rosehip Flowers created the soft garland around the outside of the antique mirror and also the table flowers as pictured below. The flowers on the mirror are synthetic, but she made them look amazing!


For my Newcastle exhibition space, I utilised a 3 metre area and created a full tablescape and dessert table.


The talented Jodie from Get Frosted worked her magic on the cakes for me and I loved my custom cookies & cake topper from À la Roch Party & Printables. The super cute love heart cookies are from Crumb and macaron favours from Fifi La Femme. Also a big thank you to Domayne Australia for contributing the ghost chairs, The Wedding Designer for my tulle backdrop, Angelic Events & Design for the uplights and cake stand mirror (sidetable), the ever so supertastic Sarah from Style Me Gorgeous for creating the watercolour printables, wow, you are the light in my upsidedown party world! Thank you also to the Redmoose himself, Jordan from Redmoose Photography for capturing the Newcastle shots (even though the venue created the worst lighting EVER, you did awesome Jordan) and Leanne from Sweet Style and Rosie and Rolf Photography for Sydney shots.









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