Party Planning with Paris312

I’ve partnered with Paris312 to show you just how easy party planning can be! (Hint: really, really, ridiculously easy if you let them take care of the big stuff!)where to order chic party suppliesI love getting people together for good food, drinks, and conversation, but it’s a lot of work (which usually falls on the shoulders of the hostess). I’ve normally got a few recipes I can pull together at a moments notice, should an opportunity to celebrate present itself, but it’s the necessities I’m normally lacking. You know, enough serving plates to go around, paper plates in general, disposable cups (so as not to create a mountain of dishes to tend to post-party). I could go on as I’m sure you could too!

Insert Paris312: Your one-stop shop for party supplies.
party styling with Paris312In charge of planning a bridal shower or bachelorette party? There’s a pretty box filled with everything you could think of for that. A baby shower? They’ve got you covered. What about a birthday party for your bestie? Piece of cake! And let’s not forget the work party you are heading up, because someone referred you, of course 😉

Not leaving the house to shop for party goods during the thick of the holidays sounds like a pretty good deal, no?
how to throw a last minute party Take a peek around their site, and let me know what party you’re planning next down in the comments!tablescape stylingTwo more things, I wanted to let you know you can get free shipping on Paris312’s New Year’s Eve Party Boxes right now and if you’re local to Chicago, you can stop by the Boss Babe pop-up shop (located next to Akira in Block37 at 108 N. State Street, Chicago, IL) through January 1 to shop the goods in person – just tell them I sent you! 🙂

SHOP THE POST (all Paris312 supplies available here):

White Ramekin // Mini Latte Bowls // Marble Pinch Bowl // Small Spoon // Nest Candle

This post is sponsored by Paris312, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make 26 and Not Counting a happenin’ place to be!


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  1. Caitlin

    Reusable plates are better for the environment! But, if they are really not an option, look for disposable plates made of recycled, plant-based, or compostable materials!

  2. Nicole

    Holy tooth pick display! Can you please do a tutorial of this please? Also, 312 Paris is the most adorable little thing ever! I’ve always wanted to get the balloon concierge service for myself.


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