The Devil may be in the Details but so is the Joy in Styling an event Browse here for a variety of charming bits ‘n pieces to add just the perfect surprise detail to your wedding or party. Paper flowers handcrafted from old books and magazines- fabulous on walls, backdrops etc. (200) Custom designed reserved table sign or table number. Call to discuss customizing. An Anthropologie inspired Christmas wedding using pink & brown tulle and Christmas balls. These 3 foot birch heart wreaths create a grand entrance at a wedding. Hang them on pillars outside the church or reception venue. Use as a backdrop inside the venue. (4) Crystal and ivory bead garlands. (lots available) Photo by Amber Allen add sparkle to your tables or mantel. This spectacular hand painted aisle runner is 50 feet long and 4 feet wide. What an entrance you’ll make! The colors are neutral metallic gold and bronzy copper. This runner also makes the perfect “princess” path for a fairy tale or princess themed bridal shower or birthday party. Image courtesy of Barry Staver Photography. These metal columns topped with metal sundials, are unique indeed. Use to flank a staircase, a fireplace, a walkway, the end of the aisle. Use these mismatched gold frames for table numbers. The opening is 5″X7″. (20 available) I have no idea what this tchotchke was originally used for but I can picture this vintage piece hanging with fabric streaming down through it for a Princess party or other girly event. Or a vase could be placed in the top for a unique centerpiece. The ribbon backdrop is also available to rent. See the backdrop tab. I have no idea what this chotsky was originally used for but I can picture this vintage piece hanging with fabric streaming down through it for a Princess party or other girly event. Or a vase could be placed in the top for a unique centerpiece.The ribbon backdrop is also available to rent. See the backdrop tab. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username Enter your email Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.