Creating centerpieces that display the history of fashion is a good idea for the party of a fashionista birthday, a graduation related to fashion, or party girls . The kind of party, along with other criteria, determine the best centerpiece for the party . If the party is held in honor of a particular person, use your favorite decade or type of clothing as the focus of the centerpieces.

Vintage Magazines
Stacks or creatively extending fashion magazines vintage ornaments or books in the center of each table. They can be fanned or placed in decorative baskets. If you place books or magazines in a basket, consider using a sample similar to the clothing worn on the cover cloth, or a piece of clothing of the era that represents that group of magazines. This will appeal to your guests and give them something to look at and talk for the party .

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Framed pictures
Framed photos of the fashions that you would like displayed in Tables 8 by 10 (20 by 25 cm) and place them on each table. Another option is to use a frame round or square containing several photos and inventions. If you can not find pictures that adequately show the fashions you want to show, consider drawing them.
Standing up on each table and dress them with the fashions that represent specific times and regions you want to cover. If you can not find dolls clothes with fashion you’re looking for, do it yourself. If you have some designer or seamstress, considers ask a friend who is. Use fabrics and patterns that have been used during the time that the doll is supposed to represent.

Ideas Ornaments
Groups the arrangements in accordance with a specific type of fashion, such as formal wear at a table, casual wear, children’s wear and bridal wear or fashion royalty in another. Then, each table should cover a specific period in time, like a doll for each of five decades. Another option is to group together the arrangements or region in the decade that fashion wore. For example, groups formal fashion, casual, child and wedding dresses of the 1950s at a table, and the same categories of the 1960 in another. If you are separating the fashion history by region, consider grouping arrangements by region. For example, all of Asia would fashions at a table in another Western fashions, and European fashions in another.