Decorating a Botanical Garden Party

Whether you're partying among the lilies, poppies, and daisies, or you're bringing the wonder of a proper garden indoors, a botanical garden party celebrates the majesty of nature. We're talking lush green leaves and delicate flowers. If you're throwing a party with a botanical garden theme, it's easier to decorate than you might think. Check out our ideas for signs, place settings, and more.

1. Botanical Garden Sign Kit

Once your guests enter the party, there's no chance they won't know where to leave gifts or grab a sweet treat with this Botanical Garden Sign Kit. It comes with 8 helpful signs in the gorgeous green and floral botanical design. Lead the way with "Welcome to the Celebration," "Tasty Treats," "Drinks," and more.

 Botanical Garden Signs

2. Botanical Garden Guest Book Alternative

Skip the boring guest book and go for this alternative instead. The Botanical Garden guest book alternative has guests writing messages and well-wishes on little wooden hearts. They slip inside the included frame so you can always go back and read what your loved ones had to say.

Guest Book Alternative

3. Geometric Planter Centerpieces

Of course, you'll need planters for your botanical centerpieces. Fill these white and gold geometric planters with your favorite succulents or tea roses. You could even fill them with candy for a sweet treat at every table.

Geometric Planters

4. Botanical Garden Plates

The botanical garden aesthetic has the floral design covering everything--and that includes the place setting. Skip the boring white plates and use Botanical Garden premium paper plates instead. They feature the beautiful garden aesthetic and come in 9-inch and 7-inch varieties. 

Plates

5.Botanical Garden Napkins

Below the gorgeous paper plates, set out these matching Botanical Garden napkins. They have the same leafy floral design with accents of gold and green. Pick them up in packs of 30.

Napkins