So. The number one question that I am getting about The Great Gavini's Magic Show is....Where did you get those magical sequin tablecloths? I used sequins throughout his party for added sparkle, shine and magic. Sequins will be the next huge party thing. Trust. Seriously.
Luckily, I am a Magic Mama that will share her behind the scenes secrets with you. The tablecloths are simply yards of "fabric." Sequins on mesh that I purchased on etsy and created an overlay on top of plain black tablecloths. The main dining table was actually two 6 foot tables pushed together-so that long stretch of fabric was about 6 yards. It was beautiful, dazzling and dramatic. There was enough overhang on both sides as well. I also had an additional six yards-which I cut in half- to use for the table in my kitchen. I purchased a rainbow, over the top design on etsy, but beautiful solid colors can be purchased at any craft store or online. Fabric will not give you a "to the floor" table cloth, but this is an easy idea for an overlay or table runner to add some spectacular sparkle and interest. I also had the etsy seller create custom throw pillow covers with the same fabric to add more cohesion and dazzle.
If you prefer the patterned/textured look of the sequins you are seeing all over Pinterest-you can look for Seaweed Sequin fabric-I purchased swatches at FabricEmpire.com for $1 and they were beautiful.
I also used sequins throughout the Magic Show for added drama and dazzle. They worked well and were a magical finishing touch. I created a sequined cake band, used sequins to line the island in lieu of standard confetti. I embellished the Baconess' Banner with sequin trim. I also purchased a sequined letter "G" that I wound up using in the guest bathroom. I dazzled up the beautiful, handpainted Bunny Magic Carpet that my Lova Lydia-sent on over with some sequin sparkle. And, of course, Dirty Vintage sent me over a sequined Knocker.
Sequins are everything. Trust. Post pictures of your parties, you know Glitta Mama likes the shiny stuff