Saturday, January 3, 2015

Bree's Beautiful Bryan, TX Wedding

Details Party Rental had the privilege to work on Bree's wedding. With the help of family and friends, Bree's wedding was unique, yet beautifully simple. Here are some wonderful pictures that catch the highlights of her wedding! 

Delight Studio

The Greenbranch

Details Party Rental LLC

Downtown Event Services


On the Border

Lukes Bartending Service


A family friend, Sue Langston


Bree's grandma, Shellie Burley
Wedding and Bridesmaids dresses:
Bridal Boutique of Lewisville

Monday, November 17, 2014

Debra and Thomas – 7F Lodge – College Station Wedding


: 7F Lodge
Photographer/Videographer: DelightStudio
Catering: J.Cody’s Steak & Barbeque
Rentals: Details Party Rental
DJ Services: Downtown Event Services
Dress: Brickhouse Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom/Groomsmen Attire: Al’s Formal Wear
Flowers: University Flowers
Cakes: Libby Samford

TJ (Thomas Jefferson as he likes to be called) and Debra met through a mutual friend.  Heather and I work at the same Bank just at different branches.  TJ decided to go by her location one day and ask if I was dating anyone and to see if I was interested.  Well, she decided to email me and ask but she kept it a secret as to who was inquiring about a date with me.  Secretly, I had a HUGE crush on him every time that I had seen him (granted I had no idea who he was-just extremely handsome guy that I had seen in passing before) so I was deep down hoping that it was him asking.  After about 2 months of asking her and us emailing about the dating situation, TJ decided to pop into my office and ask me for himself.  After about thirty minutes, I decided I would go on a date with him and it has been the best choice ever since. 
Debra and her Bridesmaids getting ready in the final hours.

Groomsmen and groom in their linen coats, boots and jeans.

Debra carried an assortment of garden roses, hypericum berries, carnations, roses, and fern.

Debra chose a rustic theme for her wedding. Candles in glass vases created a romantic mood at 7F Lodge.
Libby Sanford created a beautiful white almond cake with raspberry filling for the bride and a chocolate cake for the groom. Both cake stands and the tablecloth were provided by Details Party Rental. The “Love is Sweet” wooden cake stand added to the rustic theme. The linen is white rosette satin.
Best Wedding Planning Tip!
The best planning tip that I can give to anyone would be to start early.  It is NEVER too early to start.  Get organized and compile a list from a wedding website of the different vendors you will need to help get you started.  Then it’s all happy planning!

Monday, October 21, 2013

Easy Tailgate Chandelier!

When tailgating around the SEC, you will see tons of chandeliers hung inside the most decorated tents. You could bring a crystal chandelier, or make your own from a brass chandelier. These would also be great for a wedding or other event!

Here are two fantastic tutorials we found on how to paint a brass chandelier. You can find an old brass chandelier at most thrift stores.
The Tall Chick also has a great post!

Don't worry if your chandelier doesn’t light up, it’s just for decoration. Good luck! Gig ‘Em!


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Reserved Reception Seating

Many brides choose not to establish a formal seating arrangement at their wedding reception - and with good reason - one less thing on the list! However, there are many added benefits to reserving key spots of the reception venue for your VIP guests.

For a list of wedding reception seating ideas for the bride, groom, wedding party and family, visit Martha Stewart's Wedding Etiquette Adviser page.

If you choose to create a seating arrangement for your reception, do it in style! Carry your wedding theme through this element with these charming place card ideas:

{Kari & Brad} Married! Annapolis Maryland Wedding
#wine #red #white #placecards #wedding #Arizona #VillaSiena

Friday, August 30, 2013

Kickoff the Season with a Great Tailgate!

It's that time again! Tomorrow marks the start of the 2013 Texas A&M football season! 

These handy tips will start you on your way to a tailgate touchdown! 

  1. Aggie decor is a must. Check out these simple crafts to add a little Aggie spirit to your setup. 

Fightin' Texas Aggie Football Schedule on chalkboard

2. Take advantage of small serving spaces with tiered trays and unique storage items.  

3. Create a simple themed centerpiece to add an eye-popping interest to your table.

4. Use food labels to help your guests with their food selection. 

5. Convert everyday items to serving dishes. 

6. Designate your tailgate with a creative banner that both looks great and helps your guests find your location. 

To see other great tailgating party ideas, visit:

Rather have someone do it all for you? Check out Details Party Rental's tailgate packages:

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Simple Cylinder Centerpieces

Clients ask us all the time for easy, inexpensive centerpiece ideas! These centerpieces all incorporate glass cylinder vases and could easily be done by anyone without knowledge of floral design!
This centerpiece includes a 24” tall, 14” tall and 10” tall cylinder. River rocks were placed in the bottom to anchor the tulip stems. Floating candles were placed at the top. The second centerpiece looks very modern! Iridescent gems were placed in the bottom of a 10” glass cylinder to anchor two mini callas. Two small floating candles added a special glow.

Love this grouping of glass cylinders. Use hot glue to secure satin ribbon around the top of the cylinder and attach a silk flower. You can find both of these items at your local craft store. We’ve found a lot of silk flowers in the scrapbooking section as well! Add water and a floating candle and voila! This would really make a statement on an entry table or food table.

Look in your pantry for inspiration! These centerpieces feature dried split peas and pinto beans as fillers. Other filler ideas include coffee beans, cotton, sand, crystals – the possibilities are endless!

It can't get much easier than this! Simply add rose petals (real or fake) to the bottom of the cylinder and top with a candle.

For more cylinder centerpiece ideas, visit our idea gallery at Details Party Rental also rents glass cylinders and mirrors and sells floating/pillar candles.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

The Tassel is Worth the Hassle!

As the 2013 school year comes to a close, the graduation festivities are soon to take off! Celebrate your grad's big day for less with these five handy tips to keep under your cap.

{Congrats 2013} Graduation Party Ideas!

1. Keep the food low-maintence, yet unique.

Rolled wafers make for delicious make-shift diplomas and a Reese's peanut butter cup paired with a square of chocolate can create the sweetest cap to any meal. 


   2. A simple photo booth setup will make the memories for you. 

By adding an effortless banner across a blank wall, you can create a fun photo booth for your grad to make the memories last. 
Check out a free banner printable here.

3. Stick to a theme to keep the party consistent

'Smart as a Cookie' or 'The Keys to Success' are two examples of a special and uniform theme to follow throughout your party-scaping. 

4. Leave the labeling work to Pinterest.

Search 'Graduation Printables' on Pinterest to find hassle-free printable labels for your food and favors. Find some 2013 printable labels here.


5. Create a decorative card box for an organized display. 

Leave a special space for your guests to leave cards and notes of advice for your grad. Create your own DIY Card Box today! 


Find your one stop shop for all things graduation on the Details Party Rental Website!