When Jemelle, the client, uttered the words, “Little Rascals”, I was instantly thrilled. I mean, who could ever forget that famous letter of Alfalfa, written to Darla?
I wasn’t even 10 years old when Little Rascals went onscreen, so imagine the impression this scene left on me regarding boys! Needless to say, styling this party was a fun ride, and I hope Jemelle and her family enjoyed the experience!
But before we head on to all that talk about styling and decor, let me show you my own version of the “Darla Letter”:
Isn’t that adorable! Now, on to my favorite scene:
Joaquin is riding our own version of “The Blur”, and from the look on his face, he is loving it! Can I say that our party was a smashing success? The main celebrant’s stamp of approval is, after all, the most important!
Little J Photography did an awesome job capturing this special moment, and deserves credit for all these amazing photos. Kudos!
Now, let’s move on to the mood setter:
Lately, I’ve been on addicted to tassels. I feel that they are a great way to dress ceilings: tassels are light, creates long lines of color, and the possible combinations of cloth, pattern, and color are almost infinite! In the case of this party, the Party Magic team and I opted for cream, red, and red checkered tassels!
The stage is equally delightful: on the left side, we have the woman-haters club cabin; on the right, we have a fruit stand accompanied by a lemon tree!
The photo-op area is one of the most famous during the event, simply because of “The Blur”! What can I say, all boys love cars, especially red race cars!
The centerpiece design was focused on one of the most iconic elements of American childhood: the treehouse!
The dessert area remains consistent with our opted for rustic, wood-filled scene:
Popcorn cupcakes? Who can ever think of that, except Simply Paris!
A most happy celebration to Joaquin and her loving parents, Gian and Jemelle!
‘Til the next party,