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How to Decorate a Party for a Lunar New Year

Updated: Nov 15, 2021

As one of our traditions, we love celebrating Chinese New Year! We had so much fun helping plan this styled shoot for a Lunar New Year Party. We've gathered some of our party tips below:

  1. Use lots of Red and Gold colors, those are your go - to's! Red symbolizes good luck.

  2. Lots of decorations - using your go-to colors. Take a look at our paper made flowers for the walls, chinese lantern display, and more decor

  3. Prepare/or cater in authentic Chinese food and desserts

  4. Break out the red envelopes

  5. Enjoy the feast!!

We hope you love our styled shoot as much as we did!


Vendors:


Planner : In the Clouds Events @inthecloudsevents Tina Li

Planner : My Wedding Songbird @myweddingsongbird Sarah Wang

Desserts : Macaroons Phanncy Treats @phanncytreats Nancy Phan

Desserts : Sugar cookies Custom Sweets by Z @customsweetsbyz Zomy

Chocolate Koi fish and gifts : Cocoa Rome Chocolate Co @cocoa_romeJackie Rome

Venue : Whimsy Pasadena @whimsypdna Joanna & Kathy

Decor & Props : Charger plates, lanterns, silk orchids Portofino International @portofinointernational Misty & Lucia

Paintings : Artistry by Adonna @artistrybyadonnaAdonna Ebrahimi

Florist : Yours Truly Design @yourstrulydesign_Dandi Dandan

Paper Flowers on wall : Enchanting Crafts by Ana@enchantingcraftsbyanaAna Rodriguez

Glassware : Vintage Borrowed Rentals @vintageborrowedrentals Martha Hernandez

Graphics & Prints : La Design Boutique @ladesignboutiqueAnna Quach

Decor & Props : MoCaLife @mocalife Sarah Wang

Decor & Props : AbGrfx @abgrfx13 Sonia

Rentals couch, round table, linens, pipe & drape, white dishes, flatwared : Vini's Party Rentals @vinispartyrentals Nayma Bran

Photographer : L.A. Momma @l.a.momma Rachel Carrillo

Producer : Festively @festivelyPatty Flores & Iris Hosea


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