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Grab your Mom pals for this pineapple and flamingo themed flocktail and friendship Mom’s night out.
I’m pretty sure the flamingo and pineapple trend isn’t dying anytime soon, so let’s enjoy some wine, it’s time to Flamingle for Mom’s Night Out!
Today I’m sharing a Flocktails and Friendship party, a little tagline that I’ve come to love.
This party is actually from last Summer, and I’m finally getting around to sharing it with you! Read on for all the details and decor finds.
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Find your Mom Squad and Enjoy Mom’s Night Out
There’s nothing better than getting together with other Moms, especially when they have children of similar age and are truly in the thick of it along side you.
When my oldest was born I took a new mom class at a local center that provides birthing and early childhood classes.
It was probably the best thing I did for myself as a new mom as I learned a ton of information but more importantly made amazing connections.
When my second came along I didn’t hesitate to sign up again, and the deal was even sweeter as the class was focused on bringing home baby #2 (or even #3), and we’ve kept in touch as our kids turned 1, 2, and now we creep closer to age 3.
Sometimes we’ll head out to dinner or an activity, but for this gathering I hosted at my home.
Sometimes the best nights are getting together at someone’s home, enjoying some drinks and apps over conversation.
I recently shared another party with mom friends, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, don’t forget to pop over to see all of the Crown Thyself Party brunch ideas.
Flocktails and Friendship: Party Decor
I love a big display right when you enter my home, so I decorated my console table to welcome the ladies to my home.
I started by hanging “Cocktail” and “Bar” signs on the wall. Many of you might remember these signs at Target in their Bullseye’s Playground, aka the Dollar Spot, last year. I also used them at a 60 Flocking Rocks party earlier in the Summer.
This wood Welcome sign from The Spotted Chevron usually sits right in my entry way, and I thought the bright colors matched the vibe perfectly. My home is mainly neutrals, so I love when I can add in a pop of color.
I love cake stands and have accumulated quite the selection over the last few years. I picked up this gold one at Hobby Lobby when I was planning a St. Patrick’s Day party. I get excited each time I use it because it looks so regal.
On top I displayed a few bottles of wine that were spiffed up for the occasion with custom wine labels.
Printables are so easy to include in your party and really take it up a notch for a cohesive look.
The white cake stand is another Dollar Spot find. While this is no longer available in stores, there are other options including this cute pink one from Amalfi Decor.
On top I have a few bottles of water on hand.
It’s important, especially when serving alcoholic drinks, that you have easy access to water so your guests can stay hydrated.
Here again, I designed some custom water bottle labels. I love the sayings:
Always hydrate when enjoying flocktails.
And of course a good one:
Birds of a feather sip together.
Other little decor items include a ceramic pineapple, flamingo carafe, and some fun dish towels. It’s always a good idea to shop your home for items that can complete your look.
Don’t forget some sweet treats, these Sugarfina pineapple candies are the perfect complement and make a cute take-home favor.
Balloons, Oh My
Balloon garlands are so fun and easier than you think. I’ve been getting better at them since my earliest attempts, like this orange and black one for Halloween. My favorite one to date is one I put together for my son’s puppy party.
The key to a great balloon garland is to get different sized balloon, something I didn’t have the chance to do here, but attempted by blowing up the balloons with less air.
I added a 16×20″ Let’s Flamingle sign, which I had printed at Costco, and used a bedroom side table as a little stand to display some cupcakes and other festive items like a pineapple, roses, and a drink float.
The one pictured is from Target but this set at Oriental Trading (which I also own!) is also perfect.
Sip, Munch, and Flamingle with Friends
Finally, the flamingo party tablescape completes this party look for my flamingle Mom’s Night Out. In the heat of setting things up (on a week night) and preparing for arrival, I didn’t get the best photos! Bummer!
Start with a color block table runner and tape the smallest flamingos to the inside of a colorful box tray. Fill the box with some Hawaiian leis. These were leftover from a party earlier in the year and came in handy for my event!
For the place settings I started with some gold chargers, and layered on some cute pineapple plates that I found at Home Goods.
To keep it simple, each of the ladies brought an appetizer or a dessert to share. We drank a little wine, ate some good food, and shared mommy war stories and advice.
Recreate This Look
It’s pretty wonderful to have such an awesome squad of warrior mamas to enjoy flocktails and friendship with.
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