The Perfect Pair Engagement Party & My Party Perfect Look

On Saturday, we celebrated my little sister’s engagement with an amazing, DIY loaded, party! The bride to be is a tad bit more crafty than her big sis and the results of her efforts were incredible! Now, why didn’t I inherit those genes? Haha!

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The centerpieces consisted of cans that were decorated with ribbon, buttons and scrapbook paper. The flowers were purchased in bulk and arranged by the bride to be on the day of the party.

the perfect pair engagement party

Lemonade and “Perfect Pair Sangria”…My sister is a whiz with cocktails and agreed to share the recipe she used for the sangria: 2 bottles of Asti sparkling white wine, 1 bottle of Sour Apple Vodka, 2 cans of pear nectar, 1 small bottle of simple syrup, 6 pears and 6 green apples…Does that sound DELISH or what?!?

the perfect pair engagement party

Super sweet straws…

the perfect pair engagement party

She created a “kid korner” complete with a chalkboard frame found on Etsy and novelty items that were purchased in the $1 and $2.50 bins at Target (pinwheels, bubbles, cute spring buckets).  She finished off the table with some treats like candy and gold fish crackers.

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Looks like The Dude enjoyed Auntie’s Kid Korner…Haha!

the happy couple

The happy couple…You know I’m going to have to borrow her White House Black Market maxi!

the perfect pair engagement party

She sent her guests off with a thank you…

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And here’s a sneak peek at the look I rocked for the party. You’ll be able to see even more when my most recent Lifetime Moms post goes up on how to rock prints! In the meantime, here are my accessory details: Curly in the City clutch, Juno & Jove bangles, Banana Republic Mad Men High Ball cocktail ring & Essie’s Peach Daiquiri nail polish

kristin

Comments

  1. Jessica says

    Thanks for sharing our pear-fect party, sis! ;-) I had so much fun planning it and crafting! Can’t wait to do more for the other upcoming events! I will be happy to give you a glue gun tutorial any day! HA! Love ya, Maid of Honor!

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  2. says

    LOVE the party with the candy, fun straws, etc! And, your maxi is looking adorable, lady.

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    The BonBon Rose Girls Reply:

    You can tell it’s a maxi from that little peek? I guess that’s all I wear these days…huh? Ha!

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  3. says

    I love those beverage containers she used – how cute! Your sister is beautiful, Kristin. Congratulations to her & her beau. Wishing them a lifetime of happiness!

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    Jessica Reply:

    @Ally Garner,
    Thank you! =) My future sister-in-law found those @ Sam’s Club for $19.99. Gotta love a good deal! Ha!

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  4. says

    well, your sister is pretty much totally awesome. i’m throwing a party in a couple weeks and i am so inspired by all of this diy crafty goodness! thanks for posting these photos.

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  5. says

    Dear Kristin,
    What a wonderful engagement party your sister created……it looks fantastic. and the Sangria sounds delicious. I would certainly have had a glass or seven if I’d been there !!!! haha
    Your son really looks to be enjoying himself too. Hope you are feeling great in your pregnancy…you certainly haven’t lost your enthusiasm for fashion and accessories !!!!b XXXX

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  6. says

    Your sister is adorable. I love the centerpieces she made. So affordable and can be adapted for other events, too. (I’m crushing on her dress as well.) Can’t wait to see your whole outfit!

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  7. says

    Wow, that party is adorable!! I wish I were more creative when it comes to that kind of stuff–I’m hosting a baby shower soon and I’m kind of panicking about it!

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