Peace, Love & Party
In Collaboration with Geese & Ganders
Styled by Deets & Things
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Prepare perfect party decor.
Tassel Cactus Planter
- Glue gun
- Yarn (color of your choice)
- Sharp Scissors
- Cactus (or plant of your choice)
- Cut 14 5-inch pieces of yarn and set aside
- Wrap 15 loops of yarn around your hand and use one of the 5 inch strings to tie the bundle together
- Using another string, tie around the whole bundle of yarn to create the “head”
- Cut the loop to create the tassel
- Trim the ends so that they are all even
- Repeat steps 1 through 5 to create six more tassels
- Place glue each around the top of the planter
- Place a cactus in the planter and enjoy!
Pull it all together in just a few easy steps.
6-8 Weeks Prior
4 Weeks Prior
Order all party supplies
3 Weeks Prior
Place order with florist (optional)
Order cake and other desserts
1 Week Prior
Make tassel planters and buy cacti
2 Days Before
Purchase any necessary groceries (food & beverage)
Set everything up the day of (or prior if you can)
Set the cake out 15 minutes before the start of the party
Decor: $700 – $800
Food & Beverage: $300 – $400
TOTAL: $1,000 – $1,200
Deets & Things shares top tips for pulling off your event.
If you add a balloon component, do it the day before and use a low temp glue gun to add artificial daisies to balloons to give the look a hippie vibe.
Get in the spirit and request that your guests dress in the 70’s theme. Harlow Jade has fun pieces you and your kids are bound to love and wear again.
Pick fun 70s lingo for the guest place cards (for example: cool cat, disco queen, sweet dudette, funkadelic lil babe, groovy gal, & rad gal)
Find vintage items on Etsy or eBay to complete your look (the kids loved the old school telephone!).
Can’t find things to match your color scheme? Spray paint it! We painted our phone orange to make it pop and painted the Peace Love & Party sign to give it an ombre look.