Invite your nearest and dearest for a celebrationvintage style! Vintage bloggers Linda Hansson, Louise Lemming, and Emma Sundh reveal their secrets for throwing the best parties, festivities, and fetes with a nostalgic twist. With this beautiful reference for hosting themed get-togethers, you’ll create the right old-time atmostphere, play classic games, serve treats and cuisine with yesterday’s pomp and flair, and best of allyou’ll look the part!
Get creative with:
Pom-poms and balloons for a spring fling
Airmail” place settings for a ’40s theme
Nautical cushions, placemats, and decor
’50s photobooth props and parlor games
Typewriter guestbooks for a Gatsby effect
And so much more to create your perfect retro look!
Add to that make-up and hairstyles from yesteryear, tips on how to care for a vintage dress, and instructions on how to sew the perfect skirt or a festive bow tie. Plus, discover great recipes for modern updates on such time-honored offerings as homemade donuts, apple pie moonshine, cake pops, picnic sandwiches, and, of course, champagne.
Packed to the brim with clever do-it-yourself creations from vintage and thrift store finds, Vintage Parties is the retro-crafter’s dream guide for throwing parties everyone will RSVP yes to. So toast with pastel lemonadewelcome to your vintage party!
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