It’s Gray Outside. But it’s Light in Here!

Posted by on 01/29/2016

How to Create Beautiful Winter Light

Posted by on 01/27/2016


Those of us in northern regions understand how challenging the dark, wet, snowy winter months can be. We crave warmth and light – from our homes to offices. Our moods and energies are directly tied to the weather -– so how can we create a warm glow, no matter where we go?

We have some solutions – all of which bring a magical, soulful hue to any room, anywhere. Our favorites? Mercury Glass. A single tea light shining through a candleholder can change the entire color of a gray room, adding gold and glimmer to darkness. The entire collection does well in small clusters, which tend to project the best light throughout a space.

Go ahead. Light up your life.

Easy Destination Wedding Décor

Posted by on 01/22/2016


When it comes to getting hitched in a faraway fantasy place, one not-so-dreamy part is how to get everything there. Plenty of products condense nicely into suitcases and allow brides and planners to BYOD – bring your own décor – easily and inexpensively. Items that are great to pack with you include our tissue paper pom-poms, tissue paper flowers, and paper lanterns.

All are light-weight and pack flat, with measurements detailed online. Learn their simple assembly with the how-to videos on our website to guide you.

The only thing left is to start clicking…and packing!

The Average “checked baggage” weight and size limitations are no heavier than 50 pounds, and no larger than 62” (length + width + height). Your carry-on is quite a bit smaller, more like 45” (22”x14”9”), but still holds a dazzling assortment of hand fans, favor bags, and pretty paper flowers!

Destination Wedding in Rose Quartz

Posted by on 01/20/2016


Planning a destination wedding involves hundreds of details. Everyone knows the backdrop will be memorable – whether it’s Mexico, Nantucket, Hawaii or California – the scenery does it’s own heavy lifting when it comes to walking down the aisle.

But what’s more challenging is décor. One of the best strategies to creating a breathtaking environment is to plan ahead with paper goods – parasols, pom poms, fans, lanterns – they deliver big but are budget-friendly and recyclable. They allow planners the ease of designing from afar, uncomplicated shipping, quick and efficient day-of decorating, and post-event breakdown that’s as simple as gathering and gifting (or recyling)!

This season, we’re loving the Pantone 2016 favorite Rose Quartz. For anyone who loves accents in white, gray or corals, Rose Quartz is an opportunity to create a soothing, serene environment anywhere in the world. Photographer Amanda Hein (@amandaheinphoto) captured these looks with Luna Bazaar paper lanterns and more!

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