Being a part of this creative sweet sixteen was simply a blast! The party stretched from a large barn to a tented area on the customer’s beautiful Kennett Square property. Custom lighting, a large dance floor, and four unique food stations provided by Jimmy Duffy Catering kept the vibe upbeat and unexpected. Guests dined in lucite chairs at cocktail tables covered in vibrant linens and accented with lush blooms in silver facted or glossy white vases.
In addition to the cocktail flowers, Robertson’s event planners, Eric and Hadley, had a special hand in giving each station a custom flair; The sushi station featured a backdrop of paper lanterns, modern artichoke style lights and tall, linear arrangements of bamboo and white blooms. A canopy of white lights and festive paper flowers created the Mexican market station while the French station featured a dramatic backdrop of painted frames hung from black and white ribbons, a crystal chandelier and silver urns with ball topiaries.
But our favorite vignette was the American carnival styled station and cake table. The scene centered around a tractor stacked with bales of hay, cornstalks and vintage wooden crates from Philadelphia Salvage filled with sunflowers, red dahlias and apples. Checkered tables and a handwritten chalkboard dessert menu completed the look. And what’s a sweet sixteen without a sweet cake? Check out the impressive – and edible – mini loveseat birthday cake complete with throw pillows and piping detail.