Paris Damask Celebration

Designed with aspiring sophisticates in mind, this tony soiree is pure Parisian chic. Set against a backdrop of classic black, playful polka dots, and pretty pink details, our Paris Damask party is what birthday dreams are made of… and every aspect is designed to be achievable by busy parents.

Paris DamaskA dreamy tablescape with patterned black linen, a pale pink runner, and Paris Damask Eiffel Tower centerpieces sets a sophisticated tone for a sweet celebration. Birthday cupcakes add to the decor, and pale pink tulips add refinement to the table. A touch as simple (and affordable) as tying fabric to the chairs has major impact on the ladylike aesthetic of the scene.

Party Decorations


Paper honeycomb lanterns in pink, white, and black-and-white damask hover like a chandelier over the decorated dining table. Vases lined with white candy hold delicate pink tulips, while a beribboned platter of cupcakes takes center stage.


The combinations for place settings from the Paris Damask line seem positively endless. Our favorites: a square paper plate with polka dot napkin and patterned favor boxParis Damask cups with striped black straws, and pale pink utensils on a black activity placemat; and a Paris Damask plate on a patterned placemat with napkin, black utensils, and a tower-shaped drinking bottle that doubles as a favor.


Pink lemonade becomes instantly chic when poured into plastic champagne flutes tied with sweet curling ribbon.


Pink tulle dresses up plain black chairs, while tiny tiaras work as both party-decor details and options for dress-up.


Love the look of our honeycomb chandelier?


Menus and Recipes


A beautiful food display begins with lovely serveware that varies in style and height thanks to a mix of decorative risers. Boxes wrapped in black paper and tied with lace give cake plates a lift, while a pretty damask storage box does the same for a ribbon-tied pedestal of cupcakes.



Cupcakes are an adorable alternative to a full-sized birthday cake and are easy to theme so as to match the decor. After decorating, display cupcakes on a pedestal lined with black and white Sixlets.


Even the ice cream and lemonade at our Paris Damask party get a sophisticated take!



Our lovely option for lunch is a simple pairing of easy croissant sandwiches and a salad tossed with fruit.


Adding snack items to supplement the menu is an opportunity for more creative display.

  • Arrange pink and white meringue cookies on a tiered server
  • Pile fresh raspberries dotted with chocolate chips in cupcake holders dressed in Paris Damask wrappers
  • Skewer swirled lollipops in a cylinder of Styrofoam, then place in a glass vase and fill the remaining space with a mix of black and white Sixlets


Le Petit Chef


Paris Damask tablecover and a framed, printable sign turn an ordinary table into a station for cookie decorating! Budding chefs can get into character with chef hats customized with ribbon and bows.


Decorators at work.


The best part of this project? Eating the edible works of art!

Les Paparazzi


Give guests a taste of fame by offering feather boas, child-size tiaras, black berets, strings of pearls, and silky gloves to wear while walking the pink carpet.






If you opted for favors at every place setting, your work is done! Pre-filled favor boxes spill with treasures, including stickersblowoutspink poodle stuffed animals, white pearl necklaces, and marabou rings.

Paris Damask Birthday Favors

Props from the Les Paparazzi photo op can also serve as favors. Just arrange on a table with decorative holders and let the girls go home in their favorite looks.



Give guests a peek at the spoiling in store by adding a pretty damask balloon to Paris Damask invitations. An “Ooh la la!” sticker on the envelope is the perfect finishing touch.

An electronic invitation sent directly to parents allows busy families to keep track of all the details. Use our matching invitation, now available on Evite.

Paris Damask invitation now available on Evite.


See our free Paris Damask printables here.

View the entire line of Paris Damask products by clicking here. 


Jon Thomson

Jon Thomson

Illustrator and sculptor who's life ambition is to create awesomeness. I draw for a living, I draw when I get home; an endless pursuit to improve my craft.


  • Reply March 3, 2014

    Crystal Jones

    Omg you just dont know how much the Paris Damask theme just helped me!!! My daugther name is Paris and she will be 5yrs old on march 31 I did not have clue what theme we were going for this year i thought about the all pink new trend you have going on but stumbling upon this has me speechless!!!!!! thanks!!!!!

  • Reply March 24, 2014


    Can you please tell me where I can find the Large Eiffel tower in the paparazzi pics?

  • Reply July 28, 2014

    Detroit Duchess

    I recently hosting a champagne tasting using this theme and everyone loved it! The free printables were great and it was awesome that I could customize them for my needs. I posted about the party on my blog in case anyone needs additional ideas on how to use this theme:

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