17 Jun

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

You might remember Michelle Schobert from the colorful, Tinkerbell-inspired party that she created for her daughter’s birthday. Well, she’s back with a gorgeous, adult-friendly soirée this time! Read on for the details, as told by Michelle…

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“Here is the first official event planned by the newly established Six Chicks Designs. With Interior Architecture degrees under their belts and an eye for design, two chicks set out to find something they would love and that would give them an outlet for their endless creativity. Inspired by their daughters, Cassidy & Courtney (Michelle’s daughters) and Madison and Emma (Jennifer’s daughters) the designers and best friends launched Six Chicks Designs, a collaborative design company specializing in interior, event and graphic design.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

Dinner Among Friends” was an intimate dinner party for six dear friends featuring a black and white theme accented with bits of sparkle. The idea of the party was inspired by a fabulous set of black and white dishes handed down from a family member.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

Utilizing digital scrapbooking materials, the graphic was created for the invitations, place cards and menus. They were simply printed out on cardstock with a home printer.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

We also printed elegant saying to help set the mood and placed them in small rhinestone picture frames. Black velvet ribbon and silver wrapping paper was wrapped around a clear flower vase, topped off with an additional festive saying and a few more rhinestones for a little glitz.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

The meal began with floral shaped French bread (baked in fluted Pampered Chef bread tubes) and Italian spread. The main entrée consisted of grilled chicken, whole fresh green beans and roasted red potatoes.

The highlight of the evening was definitely the dessert bar…

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

Double chocolate fudge cupcakes, Hershey bar cupcakes, white and milk chocolate covered cheesecake pops, “rollo” turtles from HWTM and chocolate martini’s were just a few of the tasty treats on the bar.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

The tall cupcake/cake stands were a fantastic find, half off at a local craft supply store (Hobby Lobby). The stands were also dressed up with black velvet ribbon, printed tags and rhinestones.

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

Favors included small silver tins filled with Hershey kisses and small bags of glazed sugar cookies tied with black and white polka dot ribbon.”

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

REAL PARTIES: Dinner Among Friends

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Thanks to Michelle and all of the Six Chicks for sharing these ideas. There’s so much great DIY inspiration here!

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22Comments

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Tori {Thoughtfully Simple} SAYS:

I am loving those cake stands- the height adds so much interests! What a great table scape. Michelle Schobert obviously has a great eye, thanks for sharing!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 7:33 am

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Kristi SAYS:

Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing. I’m going to file this idea away – it would be awesome for a classy girl’s dinner!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 7:44 am

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Melissa SAYS:

Wow, that’s gorgeous! What a nice way to host a special dinner for friends!!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 7:46 am

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Nikki SAYS:

LOVE IT!!! Very Elegant & Classy!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 7:48 am

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Michelle@Everyday Celebrating SAYS:

Beautiful!!! I’m sure all of her guests felt extra special!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 7:58 am

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Elisa SAYS:

Gorgeous! And great tips!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 8:07 am

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Michelle Johnson SAYS:

Lovely details!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 9:17 am

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Tara C SAYS:

I am so glad Michelle is getting out there. It is about time others got to see her talent and now she has a partner to bounce ideas off of…I know we will be seeing more from Six Chicks Designs! Awesome – Tasteful – Perfection!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 10:53 am

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Molly M SAYS:

How did they print white ink on black paper with a home printer? I’ve been trying to figure out a way to do this for years!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 12:15 pm

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Alexandra Rembac SAYS:

I absolutely love Black and White! Girls after my own personal style. I totally love the combination of the different prints mixed together too, from the linen pattern to the enjoy labels and event the ribbon on the favors. It looks fabulous together! Nice work!!!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 1:22 pm

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Tyna Werner SAYS:

Ohhh, I really love this look – so elegant, classic and pretty! I loved that they included what we call “the disco absolute bottle” in my house look so classy. And I adore the simple white flowers – so perfect.

Reply June 17, 2009 at 1:47 pm

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Michelle Schobert SAYS:

I wish you could print white on black paper….unfortunately you can not. The black is printed and it can get very costly….but sometimes it is worth it!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 3:54 pm

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Cupcakes in Heels SAYS:

Beautiful! I love the classy black and white theme! The dessert table look gorgerous!

Reply June 17, 2009 at 5:47 pm

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amy@stem SAYS:

Wonderful job, ladies! Can’t wait to see more from you. Your Facebook pictures are dreamy, too!

Reply June 18, 2009 at 2:24 pm

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Natasha SAYS:

Love every detail!

Reply June 18, 2009 at 6:51 pm

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