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It was unanimous. A Breakfast at Tiffanys Party was the perfect party theme for my friend - she LOVES the movie.
This party theme a great idea for a girl's night, adult slumber party, or movie night. If you haven't seen it, this is a great movie.
The movie came out in 1961 and won an Oscar for best song ("Moon River"). The main character, Holly Golightly (who is played by Audrey Hepburn), is a Hollywood icon. I haven't read the book, but friends tell me it is great too. Evidently the movie is based on a novella by Truman Capote (read about his famous party, the Black and White Ball.)
One night my best girl friends and I had movie night - we ordered in pizza, wore comfy clothes, and settled in to watch this movie. It was very low-key, but a great memory!
In our area, girls who are graduating from high school have a "senior tea" - sort of a graduation party for the girls to attend. My daughter loves the color of Tiffany blue so we built the party around that. The party wasn't based on "Breakfast at Tiffany's", but on that beautiful shade of blue. Everything was elegant with the blue color, white, crystal pieces and mercury glass and silver pieces. For photos, we had a backdrop painted by her art teacher of the door to Tiffany's, along with photo props of dark sunglasses, long white strands of costume pearls and even a feather boa. Our favors were little blue boxes filled with kisses, and wrapped with a white bow!
Paint small boxes in the Tiffany Blue color, and wrap with the signature style of a Tiffany's bow. Include a card inside with the party details.
You can also find a way to incorporate images from the movie and print yourself.
We used invitations in the Tiffany blue color, and then wrote the wording in an elegant script.
blue gift boxes with something special (we used Hershey kisses) and tie with a white bow.
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