Paris Party

We've all been bitten by the travel bug at one point or another. It doesn't matter whether that bite came from looking at the Instagram feed of travel writers, watching movies set in far off, exotic destinations, or being exposed to destination vacations first hand. Lean into that feeling the next time you're planning a party for someone who is travel inclined with a theme that caters specifically to their wandering spirit. A Paris Party theme can help you do just that.

When you think of Paris, what do you envision? The Eiffel Tower, iconic fashion featuring stripes and berets and a feast full of bread and chocolate all come to mind. And then there is the color scheme. Paris is synonymous with love and romance. Lots of pinks and reds will do well to get that point across if you're throwing a Paris-themed Valentine's Day party. Whatever your reasoning for throwing the perfect Paris themed party, we are here to help.

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Putting together a Paris party is almost as much fun as attending one. This is because it allows you, the party planner, to create your perfect version of la Ville Lumière – the city of lights. You can draw inspiration from movies, tv shows, pictures and more to cultivate the ideal atmosphere for any party occasion. So, close your eyes and think of Paris. What do you see? Whatever it is, that is probably a good place to start developing your theme. 

A Paris-themed party can be used for a multitude of occasions! How you choose your decorations and color schemes comes down to determining the message you want to convey to your guests and onlookers. Why not incorporate some fun activities, like painting, for instance? We've laid out a brief guide to give you a little insight into what each of those party styles can look like, but if you want a deep dive into the ins and outs of how to plan the perfect Paris party, then check out our Paris party guide. We take a deep dive into all Party in Paris necessities – specifically pink, white, and black for color palettes, lots of Ooh la la's, macaroons, the use of spelling with "eaux," and of course, Eiffel Towers. Our Party in Paris guide spells out how to go about making the theme your own with plenty of pictures to set the scene.

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