Party Help?!?!

Question: Party Help!?!!?
Ill be 16 in the Summer and im having my sweet 16 at a beautiful catering hall!. The theme is Fifth Avenue and each table is going to be a different store!. Please keep in mind that both family and friends will be attending I already know what i want ideas for the centerpieces (each will be different and willl coordinate with a store) but i need help with other decorations and how to incorporate the theme more!. also the catering hall lets you only pick 2 napkin colors and i have to have a white tableclothWww@FoodAQ@Com

hmm, maybe baby blue and soft grey napkins!?
You could have trees in a lane like they would be down a street, maybe have mannequins all over the place wearing the latest clothing to make it seem as though they are shopping!?

Fairy lights would be important, like the lights on the buildings and street lamps!.!. I'm not sure what else to incorperate!.!.

I hope you have a great party! it seems you have a great deal of planning already done!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

well stick to a beige or off white napkin color so that it matches all of your center peices and themes!. keep the theme of each table noticable but not to overpowering!. do simple things that make a difference!. like on the napikn holders have DG rings for dole and gabana!. i'm sure you can find cheap ones at an antique shop!.

-hope this helps!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Gift bags that look like shopping bags decorated like the bags from favorite stores, with tufts of tissue paper can add to the decor!. Or hang tiny shopping/gift bags from strings of Christmas tree lights!.

Pretty little change purses for party favors
Street signs or addresses to designate tables
Credit card place cards
Shopping list menu

High Heels, purses, hats, gloves,!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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