Inspiring Celebrations Since 2006

Asian Affair

Quick Jump To » Comments

modern asian bridal shower Asian-inspired decor has always been a personal favorite, as well as the combination of bright orange and lime green, so you can probably see why I instantly fell in love with this modern Asian Affair party theme from Social Couture ! This type of look could really be used for any type of dinner party or special occasion, but I think it would be especially great for contemporary bridal showers, engagement parties, or rehearsal dinners.

modern asian bridal shower At Social Couture, you can buy everything for this party theme (and others) in a pre-packaged set or order individual items a la carte. Added bonus : Social Couture offers hwtm readers 10% off everything with promo code “ HWTM ” at checkout! :)

Here are a few more items to help you round out this party theme: custom-printed Canna Bridal Shower invitations in persimmon…

modern asian bridal shower …and coordinating party favor ideas and packaging: takeout boxes from Paper-Source in poppy and chartreuse ($4/set of 5); custom fortune cookies from Beaucoup; and personalized cherry blossom mint tins in lime green and tangerine.

modern asian bridal shower

Alternative Text
POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

10 responses to “Asian Affair”

  1. kate says:

    This table is SO pretty! Love the invitations too!

  2. Vanessa Cavaco says:

    This is so pretty..feel like having a spring party to try this out..

  3. says:

    Love the cookies!

  4. Killlashandra says:

    Wow that’s an awesome party theme!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Question for everyone. Do you know what that orange branch/plant in the grey vase is called? I’m looking to buy this for my house? Thanks guys :)

  6. hiphostess says:

    Hi Anon-
    I think they’re just called “Chinese Lantern branches”, but there might be a more technical name for them. If anyone knows – please share! But I bought some of these from a craft store and that’s how they were labeled…
    Jenn :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Hiphostess,
    Yes, I did some research too and they are called Chinese Lantern branches. Did you get yours at Michael’s?? I might have to take a peek :)

  8. hiphostess says:

    Hi Anon-
    I actually got mine at Joann Fabrics. It doesn’t look like they carry them online – but they had them in-store when I went there!

  9. TraceyGZDZ says:

    Love the website- thank you Real Simple for sharing it!

    The orange branches are called Chinese lanterns and can be purchased fresh or dried at your local farmer’s market or florist in the autumn!


  10. […] Sources – 3 Wedding Bouquet Table Décor Ribbon Wedding Invitation Bridesmaid dresses Wedding dress Wedding Shoes Confetti […]