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I LOOOOVE catalogs.  Seriously, they are like window shopping, but so much safer since I have time to back out before spending way too much money.  The number of catalogs I receive drives my husband nutty, but ocassionally he’ll come across one that he knows he shouldn’t throw directly into the recycle bin.  One such catalog came in our mailbox the other day, Plow & Hearth.  I liked everything on the cover which is dangerous from the start.

As spring and summer approach, my itch to start planning lots of outdoor parties at our house kicks into high gear along with my itch to buy things for said parties.  Catalogs are where I can imagine my dream backyard perfectly decorated with every cool and comfortable amenity and every party luxury that would make my home the house where everyone wants to come to for a summertime party.

I save these catalogs, mark the pages and insert them into my listideas.com wish list registry (a very cool website by the way) where I can always return and slowly purchase every last item;)  This week, I found these super cute, super cool items at Plow & Hearth and thought I would share them with our readers because I could see them being used for weddings, parties, nesting & more.

Colorful Outdoor Cubes add seating, tables and style anywhere they’re needed. more>
$57.95
 
 
 
Unique Wedding ArchImagine these in place of a traditional arch for your wedding day.  You could buy two tall ones for where the two of you will be standing and two shorter ones for the start of the aisle.
Our attractive garden centerpieces have a unique floral motif. more>
$19.95 – $89.95
 
Mission Window Planter BoxWe have a craftsman home, so it’s so nice to see that Mission style is having a bit of a comeback.  I love these Mission style window planter boxes. 
Sturdy wrought iron window planter with a copper liner. more>
$79.95
 
River Rock Stepping Stones for Wedding or Party Centerpiece DecorThis is where people in the industry think outside the box when designing a wedding or party and so should you.  Imagine using these river rock stepping stones under your centerpieces on your tables.  If you’re having a ‘green’ or garden chic wedding, this would be a cool little extra. 
A natural way to improve footing and beautify your outdoors. more>
$34.95 for 3
 
Monogram Garden Flag for wedding, party or homeMonograms are still a big hit at weddings.  These monogram garden flags are beautiful, show your monogram on both sides, can be purchased with or without a wrought iron flag stand that can be put into the ground, and best of all, are quite economical. 
Beautiful scrollwork design makes our oversized Estate Monogram Flag the elegant choice. more>
$8.95 – $39.95
 
Light Bulb Solar lights for wedding or party or yardLoving these for a fun retro outdoor wedding or party.  Best of all?  They’re solar! 
Our Light Bulb Solar Lights shine with retro styling. more>
$49.95
 
 
Metal Flower Tubes for wedding or party decorI want these in every color!!  Buy red, white & blue for a festive 4th of July party, or bright colors for a cheery spring or summer party. 
Dress up your deck or front porch with colorful flower holders. more>
$12.95
 
 
 
This concludes my catalog dreaming for the day.  I find that parties and weddings are on my mind 24/7, so no matter where I go or what I’m looking at, my thoughts always tend towards, “how could I use that for a party?”  If you are getting married or about to host a party, try this same method.  You’d be surprised where you find some great inspiration.
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