Utensil Dipping DIY: We started with purchasing a kit of Plasti-Dip, one that you could custom-tint to whatever color you chose. From there, I knew I wanted to achieve an ombre effect for each place setting, dipping each utensil with a shade just barely different from the last. I chose to use the lightest shade for the largest utensils, closest to the plate, and have them graduate darker accordingly. Plasti-Dip is EASY to use and fun to tint to whatever color you’d like to achieve. To make it easy on myself, I started with the darkest shade of green and worked my way lighter by adding a touch more white to each round of dipping. And the best part? It’s completely easy to remove if/as desired, and peeled off like a charm when I was done with it. Though, if I hadn’t peeled it off, who knows how long it could have lasted! It did not feel cheap or temporary at all!
Voila…gorgeous, dipped beauties for your eating pleasure
Photography: Jasmine Star / Event Planning + Design: In The Now Weddings & Events / Flowers + Invitations: In The Now Weddings & Events / Ceremony Location: Vibiana / Catering: Jay’s Catering / Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / Specialty Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals / Multimedia Projects: Creative Media Print / Linens: La Tavola / Hair + Makeup: 1011 Makeup / Dress: Jenny Yoo / Veil: The Dresser / Accessories: H&M + Nordstrom / Plasti-Dip: Plasti-Dip
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