Spring’s a wonderful time of year to host a garden party with friends, no matter where you live! And, that’s just what one of our favorite party stylists did on a lovely spring day after a long winter at her Ohio home. Lori, a creative party planner and owner of GiggleLiving.com, hosted a garden party, but not just any garden party. Lori threw a Potting Party in her garden.
“What could be more fun than to plant something pretty AND have a garden party at the same time?” says Lori who couldn’t wait to be outdoors to soak in some sunshine and dig in the dirt with friends after a long, snowy winter.
So, on a brisk, spring day, she gathered her friends in the backyard. They pulled on pretty, floral, gardening gloves, grabbed their terracotta pots, selected some early spring bloomers, and potted up their plants. Of course, it wasn’t all work and no play—they planted between snacking, laughing, and sipping iced tea! After all, it was the first outdoor party of the season.
Lori’s creativity knows no bounds. We learned this first-hand as we brainstormed about selecting the best edible image we would imprint on Fun to Eat Fruit apples for Lori’s garden party. We decided to personalize the apples with a simple, white hibiscus flower image. As Lori says, “you can never have too many flowers!”
We love collaborating with Lori. She incorporates so many cute details and new ways to use Fun to Eat Fruit apples for a party. Don’t you just adore the way she used a cupcake stand to display our apples for guests to snack on?
She amazed us with her creativity and innovative ideas to use Fun to Eat Fruit as:
- Party snacks
- Healthy favors.
To see Lori’s Potting Party in its entirety—with lots more wonderful photos—check out her original post. And, remember, you can host a garden party in almost any season!
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Featured Garden Potting Party Vendors
Fun to Eat Fruit is proud to be part of this vendor team assembled by Lori of GiggleLiving.com
Giggle Living: Party Design, decor and photos featured in this post
Fun To Eat Fruit: printed apples
Target: garden gloves, hand trowel, paper straws (dollar spot)