Casino Game Night Party Details:This is what Maureen said about planning/styling the party-
“I love game nights with friends. Now that everyone has kids, sometimes we just want a low key evening in instead of going out to dinner. Entertainment can be pretty simple when you have a fun group and some classic games (see the bottom of my post for my favorites).
I wanted to design a Printable Game Night or Poker Party invitation and design set that was the common red, black and white but had some edge and some vintage feel to it. Not quite the typical vegas look, but something more stylish. I hope you love! These Game Night Printables are in our shop here.
The focal point of the room was the dessert table that was on our built-in in our dining room. The huge Casino Night poster design that we created was printed by PrintMy and looked amazing with fabulous color.
One EASY and inexpensive decoration was the House of Cards. I made House of Cards props using Jumbo Playing Cards and hot glue. (Did you really think those were just free standing on the tables?! LOL!) I made these and put them all over the place!
I made the super easy desserts for the party that were casino / game themed!
I served Lucky Cupcakes in our printable cupcake wrappers. We put our printable party flagson the Heart Topped Toothpicks and stuck them into the cupcakes. We also served black and white macarons on the cake stands. Fun printable folding party labels were used to label all of our desserts in the shape of a spade or club (in the shop!)
I made Dice Truffles using this square mold and a combination of Oreo crumbs and Cream Cheese (so simple!) dipped in black chocolate and added white fondant dots to the outsides.
I also made chocolate ganache macarons (black and white) to coordinate. Ill be posting a video tutorial soon!
We played LCR (Left Center, Right), which was a total hit with my friends. A friend broughtCards Against Humanity, too. I hear that is quite dirty and we didnt end up having time to play but Im intrigued! We also played Casino Yahtzee and a few others.
I served a Southern meal (pulled pork bbq, corn bread (made by my friend, Amy), Southern Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Mac and Cheese (in the crock pot!) and southern banana pudding.
The night was a blast!
Special thanks to Michelle of Michelle Kujawski Photography for the photos”!
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