23 Aug

REAL PARTIES: Pretty Peacock Themed Engagement Party

engagement party peacock theme

The peacock-inspired color palette has always been a personal favorite for me – especially when it comes to holiday parties (see proof here and here). So of course I was instantly smitten by this gorgeous Peacock Themed Engagement Party styled by the talented Courtney of Pizzazzerie!

Rich jewel tones, hand-painted table signs, pinwheel drink stirrers served alongside a vibrant blue signature drink, and feathers galore… what’s not to love?!

engagement party peacock theme

engagement party peacock theme

Read on for lots more pics and all the pretty details, as told by Courtney


engagement party peacock theme

“When a friend and past coworker of mine recently got engaged, I knew I wanted to throw her a fabulous engagement party! When we shared an office together, we used to daydream up fun party ideas incorporating gorgeous jewel tones so I knew her party had to have a similar feel. So… Peacock it was!

I had a blast pulling the various pieces of the party together. I used a variety of gorgeous jewel toned fabrics for the tablecloths. We had one large table and several high-top tables.

engagement party peacock theme

I was excited to design a dramatic centerpiece with various sizes and colors of ostrich plumes and peacock feathers displayed in a vase filled with colored water and gemstones.

engagement party peacock theme

We served a signature cocktail of citrus blue Curacao for that bright blue color that matched the decor perfectly (and tasted delicious!).

engagement party peacock theme

I have fallen in love with pinwheels lately so I incorporated custom-made peacock themed pinwheels as drink stirrers. We displayed these inside a glass vase filled with floral foam.

engagement party peacock theme

Also on the drink table was a tall blue vase filled with more peacock feathers and floral branches from the craft store that I spray painted in various shades of navy, purple, and teal.

engagement party peacock theme

I framed a custom monogram in a fun frame on the main table alongside a large picture of the couple. These were fun “take home” gifts for the newly engaged when the night was done!

The monogram was also incorporated on the cupcake flags and water bottle labels.

engagement party peacock theme

engagement party peacock theme

Another neat element to this party were the handpainted placecards and signs used on the tables. Michelle Mospens of My Personal Artist created the beautiful artwork and has since added an entire invitation suite  in her line with this theme (and she named it “Courtney”!).

engagement party peacock theme

A variety of hors d oeuvres were served included my favorite, caprese skewers. I have loads of fresh basil in my backyard so it was fun to use it for these tasty bites! They were very simple to make and easy to serve in mini martini glasses.

engagement party peacock theme

engagement party peacock theme

Chocolate raspberry kabobs were served along with vanilla almond cupcakes and sugar cookies for dessert. The cookies were custom designed to math the party colors – and they were delicious too!

engagement party peacock theme

For the chocolate raspberry kabobs, we just put a brownie bite topped with a raspberry on a wooden skewer! Easy and simple as well as delicious.

Homemade white chocolate, peanut butter, raspberry, and chocolate s’mores were served as party favors as guests left the party.

engagement party peacock theme

Everyone was also asked to leave a short “word of advice” for the soon-to-be married couple. The notes were pinned inside a shadow box that I painted to match the colors of the party. It was another sweet gift to send home with the couple.

engagement party peacock theme

I filmed a segment on this party for Nashville’s local NBC affiliate, WSMV. Click here to watch it!”

engagement party peacock theme

engagement party peacock theme



Photography – Kristen Steele Photography
Placecards and Signs – My Personal Artist
Monogram, Cupcake Flags, and Water Bottle Labels – Blush Printables
Drink Stirrers – Twirlie Whirlies
Cookies – Better Bit of Butter
Smores – Sweet Lydia’s
Peacock Feathers and Ostrich Plumes – Fabulous Feathers

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Stacy - InkSpot Workshop SAYS:

So unique! AMAZING job Courtney

Reply September 24, 2010 at 5:00 am

Cristin SAYS:

Reply September 28, 2010 at 5:41 am

shix SAYS:

http://www.cupcaketree.com is where we ordered our stand from, it was only $12, then you can decorate it any way that you want.

Reply October 5, 2010 at 5:25 am

Julianne SAYS:

Oh how I love peacock feathers! Very beautiful and elegant.

Reply October 19, 2010 at 9:26 am

desiree@perfectweddingdressfinder SAYS:

What a beautiful display of color! This peacock theme was put together perfectly!

Reply January 1, 2011 at 6:44 am

Taylor SAYS:

Hi! I love this! I am doing a lingerie shower with the same theme. Where did you get the napkins?

Reply March 20, 2011 at 1:13 pm

Sarah Smith SAYS:

LOVE the colors!

Reply March 25, 2011 at 10:03 am

Katie SAYS:

Would you mind sharing the recipe for the Citrus Blue Curacao cocktail?

Reply June 24, 2011 at 10:17 am

autumn SAYS:

i love the napkins where did you find them?

Reply July 6, 2011 at 1:08 pm

Holly SAYS:

Your party turned out beautiful. It has given me inspiration. Thank you. I love your toothpicks, did you make them?

Reply August 4, 2011 at 11:06 pm

Elaine SAYS:

where can I find these peacock napkins???

Reply September 12, 2011 at 2:14 pm


My lil sister is getting married in May and she loves the peacock design, and she could not find anything peacock and I don’t know why but when I googled peacock design I feel in love with your site I would love to be a member of HWTM how do i join.

Reply October 11, 2011 at 1:56 pm

Nikki SAYS:

Where did you find the napkins of the feathers? I am hosting a wedding shower (same theme) and LOVE those napkins!

Reply January 4, 2012 at 4:27 pm

Kelsi SAYS:

Can I get the recipe for your peacock colored drink. And is there a way to make it non-alcoholic?

Reply March 23, 2014 at 4:36 pm

Cendie Bailey SAYS:

Would u mind sharing the recipe for the punch I am planning my daughters bridal shower and wedding which will have a peacock them

Reply July 21, 2014 at 2:47 pm

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