When I think of candles, disposable tableware, decorations, and vessels, I gravitate towards products with a creative flare, that feel luxurious and unique, without a hefty price tag. I’ve compiled a list of five companies that tend to fly under the radar, especially compared to staple party supply sites like Amazon, Oriental Trading or Party City. The products on the below Most Loved Sites are awesome resources for well-crafted party supplies, and are all about the details.
An absolute favorite for party supplies that are geared towards children. Meri Meri is whimsical, thematic, bright and colorful, with a creative take on tableware needs.
I love their tassel and balloon garlands, which are super easy to assemble at home.
This site is typically my first stop when sourcing faux greenery, vases, trays, and other vessels.
This is one of my go-to sites for custom cocktail napkins and guest towels.
For Your Party also carries customizable cups, matches, coasters, menus and place cards. There are dozens of templates to input personal text, or customers can create their own designs by choosing the material type, orientation, font, colors and graphics.
The name says it all; Vase Source supplies vessels ranging from votives, to pots and planters, and tons of vases in diverse shapes, sizes and materials.
It also carries everything you need to create an arrangement at home, like faux floral, floral foam, fillers, and candles.
Since this site typically caters to wholesale distribution, individual purchasers need to create a temporary account before placing an order.
The cool thing about this site is that it automatically calculates a suggested quantity of items based on the number of guests in attendance. Simply select the package and corresponding number of guests, then choose the items you wish to include from the collection.
Customers can still mix and match sets from different themes, but this site is especially turnkey for busy bodies that want a cohesive tableware collection in one click.
If you liked this post, view more of my go-to’s on the Most Loved Sites series.