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Come Party With Me: Movie Night — The Look

For a French themed Movie Night, transform your living room into a comforting French style bistro. Hang classic French posters on the walls and place fun pillows on the couches. A garden gnome makes a great conversation starter that ties into the movie. Serve the food on oval TV dinner trays. Keep the dinner uniform by using plates, glasses, and flatware that all have a fleur de lis pattern.

Pour the wine in low tumblers for a casual effect. Light votive candles and a fire in the fireplace. Create a sensual mood during the show by turning off the lights. Don't forget to place a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers near the entryway to greet guests as they arrive.

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4BYRDS 4BYRDS 9 years
Save up your empty wine bottles for a while before hand and place a tapered candle in the opening of each one. Let them burn for a few hours and drip down the sides at different heights. Decorate your table with several of these bunched together in the middle.
emalove emalove 9 years
This would look great!
CiaoBella2 CiaoBella2 9 years
Looks good! Love the vintage looking posters and flatware. Gus the gnome is a hoot! Have fun!!!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
The gnome... :rotfl:
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