The Ready for Anything At-Home Party Kit

A couple weeks ago, I threw my son a Batman party. While I was racing around the house to get things ready, I went to our “party drawer” to rummage for last minute items that I might have forgotten. This got me thinking about putting together the most basic party kit to use for literally any occasion. This kit would have all the essentials that sometimes tend to slip my mind, and could be used over and over again. And thus, The Ready for Anything At-Home Party Kit was born. Now that I think about it, this would make a great gift for someone you know who loves to throw a good party.

Check out the The Ready for Anything At-Home Party Kit here, it has all your basic event planning essentials:

  • Pretty Cake Plate 1 of 7

    Pick out a pretty cake plate you can use for any occasion. Try to stick with a solid color so you don't have to stress about it looking funny with the rest of the decor.

    Buy a pretty, white cake plate for $64.95 at Cakegirls.

    Photo via: Handmade Charlotte.

  • Neutral Napkins 2 of 7

    Pick up a set of napkins, either cloth or paper, that don't have to go with any one specific theme.

    Buy paper napkins for $7 at Shop Sweet Lulu.

    Photo via You Are My Fave.


  • Wine Glasses 3 of 7

    Keep a set of inexpensive wine glasses stored to bring out for any party. Just in case one breaks you don't have to stress about the cost. 

    Buy wine glasses for $29.99 at Amazon.

    Photo via Pretty Prudent.

  • Fun Wall Decor 4 of 7

    Whether you make them yourself or buy them, have a set of easy to put up wall decor that comes in colors you can reuse for a variety of parties.

    Check out the tutorial at Mini eco.

    Buy tissue paper party decor for $3 at Shop Sweet Lulu.

  • White Tablecloth 5 of 7

    Get a basic white tablecloth you can use for the dinner buffet or dessert display for any occasion.

    Buy a white tablecloth for $9.19 at Amazon

    Photo via Pretty Prudent.

  • Patterned Straws 6 of 7

    Fill glasses with fun and colorful straws. They can be striped like these or patterned with other prints.

    Buy paper straws for $4 at Shop Sweet Lulu.

    Photo via Handmade Charlotte.

  • Glass Bottles and Jars 7 of 7

    Use glass bottles and jars for storing sweets and filling up drinks. They can also be used as flower vases. 

    Buy a box of 12 glass bottles with caps for $30 at Cakegirls.

    Photo via Pretty Prudent.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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