25 Ways to Glitter Your Events

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2013 has certainly become the year that glitter made a comeback in industries from fashion to home decorating, and events are no different. Especially coming into the holiday season, glitter can be used in just about any feature of your event to add some glitz and glam and make your party sparkle!

Here are 25 of our favorite ways to add some glitter to your upcoming events.

1. Linens
From tablecloths to runners to napkins – glitz up your tablescape with some beautiful drapings. Glittter_Web3Glittter_Web15

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2. Backdrops
Glittered walls can be used as photo booth backdrops, step and repeats, or just general wall dressings. Glittter_Web1

3. Props
Noise makers are a signature for New Year’s Eve, but they can also be used to replace confetti and bubbles for weddings, and to draw attention to special announcements. Glittter_Web10

4. Printables
From invitations to envelopes to menus, you can make any printed materials exciting with a little glitter. Glittter_Web12Glittter_Web6

5. Food and Beverage
Use edible glitter to dress up desserts and drinkware.Glittter_Web13

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6. Letters
Another big trend in 2013, oversized letters and standalone words can be painted with glitter paint to enhance the theme.

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7. Décor
You can literally take any of your decorations and dip them in some glitter to add that special, glitzy touch to your designs. Contact paper is an easy solution for items you want to reuse after an event.

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There are thousands of ways for you to decorate your event with glitter this holiday season. Make a big statement or keep it subtle with these fun ideas.

eNews December 2013

About the author : Alyssa Brooks

Alyssa Brooks

Alyssa Brooks is the Marketing Manager for Event Solutions and Catersource. She enjoys planning and marketing events and is always seeking fun and creative new ideas to share with the industry.

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