Thursday, January 17, 2013

Mastering a Tiffany Blue Brunch



Mastering a Tiffany Blue Brunch in 3 days was going to be a challenge.  But you know how I love to out-do my challenger.  So here is the scoop.

These tableware pieces are the unofficial, official Tiffany Blue color "Robin's Egg Blue" from the manufacturer Amscan.  Amscan is the parent company of Party City.  Exactly 2 Autumns ago this past September I had the pleasure of visiting the Amscan Corporate Showroom in the gorgeous Westchester County, NY.  There they unveiled their newest party color of Robin's Egg Blue the match to Tiffany & Co.  Of course this color is devoured by brides everywhere but why should brides be the only ladies to enjoy it.


Welcome to the Tiffany Blue Brunch where 17 young ladies celebrated a very special friend's birthday.



I sourced Annie's Cafe, a well-known French bistro in Austin, Texas as the caterer for this event.  Highlights of the brunch were the Ham & Gruyere Frittata and Quiche along with the fresh chocolate croissants.  Each girl enjoyed there juice-tail from stemware making this day a bit more special.


The napkin rings were made using the coordinating Tiffany Blue wrapping paper and pearl/gold scrapbook brads found in the bridal section.

The favor boxes were wrapped in the coordinating Tiffany Blue wrapping paper and hand-tied to present the exact Tiffany bow!  Inside the ladies found a costume pearl & rhinestone bracelet accompined by a bottle of China Glaze's For Audrey nail lacquer. 


The table was to speak solely of Tiffany's, the diamond and pearl decor, the glass "crystal" pitchers and the silver cake stand and platters.

The final touch was the elegant Tiffany box made of fondant cake from Coco Paloma Desserts.  Thank you dearest Paloma for assisting me on this event!  



~With Angela O'



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