How to Throw a Zen Celebration Party – 5 best ways

Zen Celebration Party
Zen Celebration Party

Your very chill party has a Zen theme and a modest budget, hence you require simple, iconic Zen symbols and nature-based decor to pull it away. Stay calm and centered and take in close to rocks, origami paper, fallen branches, inexpensive tea lights, unbleached cloth and a few assistants.

Zen Celebration Party

Begin With A Color Theme

It helps you focus. You don’t accept to purchase a lot of decorations, but if you buy a few things that induce the same colors it will help keep everything coordinated and not merely look like a bunch of material.

Centering On A Few Highlight Tables

You don’t have to decorate the entire household.  We opted to highlight the food table and cake board.  And so just added some simple flower arrangements in different areas of the home.

Candy Centerpiece

To occupy that entire jar like you visualize in the magazine can cost upwards to $100 or more and who needs that many jelly beans.  Then fill it with matching tissue paper about 3/4 up and then fill the remaining with color coordinating candy.  Then attach with a matching ribbon.  You even receive the elegant color to utilize as a centerpiece and it can double as favors as well.

Opening Curtain

Welcome clients to your party room with a traditional Japanese split door curtain, known as neoprene. Trim back the curtain in half vertically before or after painting a large kanji symbol in black in the middle of the rectangle. With a light touch and black paint, create a circle in one or two swift strokes.

Miniature Bamboo Forest Centerpiece

Cut multiple stalks of green bamboo to the same height and tie them into a bundle with rough natural twine. Put the bamboo in a square glass container, anchored in about 2 inches of clear pebbles or river stones. Put a container of bamboo on each individual party table and ring it with very little clear glass tea lights.

Here are some decorating ideas, you can choose many more to make party attractive.

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  1. Richa says:

    Bookmarking the post to refer the next time I throw my Zen theme party 😀 Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Swapnil Mishra says:

      Thank you Richa for lovely response.
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