‘Let It Snow’ Christmas Party!

Posted on December 13th, 2011 by Kara
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My next party feature goes to this fun LET IT SNOW CHRISTMAS PARTY submitted by Elsie Butler of Sweet Scarlet Designs. Doesn’t this party just give you the feeling of fresh fallen snow? Love the whole design and layout. The tree as the main focal point was such a good choice…it’s beautiful! All the party elements are just lovely.

The best part- You can purchase this “Let It Snow” printable party collection for only $10 here. Combine that and great party supplies from PartyMart and you’re set!

Here is what Elsie said about her party- “It’s almost Christmas! Doesn’t it seem to turn up on the door step so fast? For St. Nick’s impending arrival, I have designed this very traditional Christmas Printable Design Set – “Let it Snow”. For some reason I always hear Dean Martin singing that in my head whenever I type it! This is a modern take on a very traditional theme – a little bit fair isle and a little bit modern silhouette. I wanted to create the illusion of a beautiful winters dessert feast when designing and photographing this table – I hope I succeeded.

This DIY Printable Party Set is available in my Etsy shop and includes cupcake toppers, monogrammed party dots, bunting, water and wine bottle labels, large and mini candy bar wrappers, straw flags, gift tags and gift cards. All for just $10. Just print, trim & create. Let it snow, let it snow, let snow!”

Vendor Credits:
Design: Sweet Scarlet Designs
Photography: Elise Butler
Cellophane candy bags: Treat Tubes
Candy Jars: Sharnel Dollar Designs
Diamond 3-tier cake stand from Earthborn
Silver-plated sugar scuttle and Fruit Platter sourced from eBay and flea markets

Find this whole collection in the Sweet Scarlet Designs shop.

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