Traditional celebrations are one of my favorites to plan. There’s something simple and fun about old traditions that are held on from generation to generation. A baby’s first tooth is something to be celebrated in the Armenian culture. During the celebration, the baby is given many objects to choose from, which will determine “the future career” of the baby.
I created a simple, yet chic setup for a group of 30 who came together to lunch and celebrate. Mason jars with pretty green and white flowers, mismatched vintage chairs and turquoise goblets, created the perfect color palette for a hot summer day in July.