50th birthday party supplies can be the making of the occasion. Many of today's hostesses have happily abandoned pomp and circumstance for entertaining ideas that are easy to achieve and make the most of what you have. For example, plastic tableware presented in a unique way not only adds to the party atmosphere, but is a practical choice for a relaxed theme. Here you will find a multitude of inspiring ideas that perfectly fit the way we entertain now. With the wide array of plates, cups, napkins and tablecloths available, the options are endless.
When dressing the table with 50th birthday party supplies, choose a design or color that will give you the most flexibility. As a rule of thumb, try to match the tableware to the theme and to the food you will be serving.
Throw a black out bash.
Black is one of the most popular colors for over the hill 50th birthday party supplies. Used alone or with splashes of color, opt for tableware that complements the theme or use them as a starting point for the table's decorative scheme.
Throw a golden girls gala.
Plan a girl's night out for your Honoree's 50th birthday. Add glamour to this special occasion with gold plates, cups, napkins and tablecloths. Browse through our favorite tableware finds for a truly golden celebration.
Throw a 50 and fabulous party.
Looking for something other than the obvious black color theme? Make it your own with fun, colorful 50th birthday party supplies. Plates, cups, napkins, and tableware in bright colors are the simplest and quickest way to bring the fabulous fifties to life.
Personalized birthday supplies.
There are many options to add a personal touch to your 50th birthday party supplies. Personalized plates, napkins, cups, and flag labels with straws add instant pizzazz to your celebration.
Napkins are must-have party supplies for any occasion. With the wide range of napkin options, they become so much fun and really make a statement that guests will notice. From photo napkins to napkin bands, your 50th birthday party napkins have never looked so good. Click here to see 50th birthday napkin band and photo napkin options.
It is remarkable how flatware has changed and how many different ways it can be presented. Here, silverware wrapped in doilies and secured with jute bring instant charm and character to the presentation.
The easiest way to bring plastic flatware to life is with color. Stamped craft bags, filled with black cutlery, wrapped in colorful napkins lends an informal air to this naturally festive look.
Harley Davidson theme.
A 50th birthday party theme is there to be used, so make a big statement wherever you can. As guests grab utensils they will get a kick out of this sign that reads: There are two kinds of people in the world. Harley riders, and everybody else.
Photo courtesy of Our Hobby House
This inspiring tablescape keeps everything needed at the table. The trick is to be sure that the guests have the right tools at the right place with a compelling presentation.
Everything guests need is provided on this lazy susan for easy access. This display is above all functional, but also adds a lovely decorative element to the table.
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Flatware is essential to any table. These Mason jars work brilliantly to provide an easy and organized serving option - ideal for plastic, metallic silverware that looks real.
Photo courtesy of At The Picket Fence
Claim your cup.
With the use of address labels and disposable cups, guests can be sociable and stress free. The message on the chalkboard lets guests know what to do: Here's your glass for the night. Write your name so it stays in sight! Then fill it to the rim with whatever tastes right.
Photo courtesy of Life In The Green House
Tin can caddy.
Even the simplest serving solution can make an impact if well planned. This rustic recycled tin can organizer is the perfect way for guests to help themselves.
Photo courtesy of Homeroad
A row of dispensers filled with refreshing beverages always goes down well. Elevate dispensers with vintage boxes and then finish off with fresh lemons.
Photo courtesy of George Street Photo
Casual and practical.
Using wire baskets is a practical way for presenting plastic cups. Disposable cups cost very little and are the perfect solution for casual parties.
Photo courtesy of Paige Knudsen Photography
Tea or lemonade please.
Here, Mason jars filled with iced tea and lemonade take center stage. It's easy to put together and can be moved anywhere you like, even outside.
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Offer Mason jars filled with pink lemonade loaded with fresh fruit and decorative details. Not only is this a delicious presentation, the help yourself element keeps it easy for the hostess.
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Dress up Mason jars with cupcake liners. Simply cut a small x in the liner, place over jar, secure with jar band, and insert straw. This not only adds instant color, but also a great way to keep bugs out at outdoor celebrations.
Recycled glass jars make good serving pieces. Soak the labels off and accessorize with burlap and bows. Then simply fill with pretty straws.
Photo courtesy of Kate Belle Photography
Grasping at straws.
Create a chalkboard label from a Mason jar seal, it is easy to do and very effective. Then simply thread sign onto a length of ribbon and tie to the neck of the jar.
Reinvent the wheel.
Creating a presentation that gives you the chance to do something unexpected is a novel way to bring personality to the expected. This wheelbarrow loaded with drinks couldn't be easier to pull together.
This creative idea makes 50th birthday party supplies an instant talking point. With just a little effort, this vintage suitcase has purpose and personality.
Photo courtesy of Brumley and Wells Photography
This vintage Pepsi crate is the perfect way to carry and serve party goods. With a nostalgic nod to the past, it works well with a rustic theme.
Photo courtesy of Lemonade Makin' Mama
Fruit basket turn over.
Often it's the creative touches that you add to a presentation that make it your own. This fruit basket made from a paper plate couldn't be easier.
Photos courtesy of Hometalk
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