5 Autumn Ideas For Your Event
With Autumn quickly approaching, La Prima Catering wanted to find fun and gorgeous ideas for your next event. Check out exactly what we have found, try them out and let us know how you liked it!
Pumpkin Party Cooler
Martha Stewart came up with this super cute idea! Grab a large, wide pumpkin and cut off the top third with a serrated knife or keyhole saw. Scrape out everything inside and then line with a glass or plastic bowl. Fill the bowl with ice and drinks!
This is perfect for ANY event! Whether it is an office party, corporate dining centerpiece, childs party, etc, this Pumpkin Party Cooler will surely grab everyone's attention. Apple Candles
Turn apples into candles for a
whimsical feel at your event! Great as centerpieces, accents, or even house decorations - these apple candles are easy and fun to make.
Grab some tea light candles, small taper candles (for variety), apples and a melon-baller utensil. Set the candle on top of the apple and trace the base. Cut along this line with the melon-baller and scoop out the apple core to about 1 inch. FIt the candle into the apple and carefully light to to have the
dripped wax look.
Check out all of the steps, with pictures,
here! Leaf Place Cards
We found this fantastic idea on
stylemepretty.com. This simple yet elegant place card will have your guests fall head over heals in love!
Leaf Place Cards are
versatile for any event, big or small. Dress up each green leaf with a gold paint or try leaves that have already changed colors! Hurricane Vase Collage
Dried green peas, dried red beans and dried corn dress up this Hurricane vase for fall! This color combination is
great for an autumn event that is easy and affordable to make!
Instantparty.com gives you step-by-step instructions on how to create this gorgeous vase collage. Check out all the steps, with pictures,
here! Floating Acorn Candles
Floating Acorn Candles make a great idea for an evening event. With just acorn caps, wax and wicks, you can make these
easily from home! Stick a handful in a small vase filled with water and watch as they beautifully sparkle in the night.
Get the entire tutorial on how to make these
floating acorn candles adorable here!
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