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Entertaining Hollywood Style, A Backyard Movie Screening Night


 

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An outdoorsy movie night is such a fun way to gather friends and take advantage of fall’s crisp cooler weather.

The talented duo from Bash, Please put together this inspiring photo shoot for Design Sponge and Brandon Kidd Photography captured all the gorgeous details.  Vintage props from Found Rentals were used to set the scene.

You don’t have a movie screen lying around somewhere?  No problem, neither did they !!!  It was custom made using a flat sheet, buckets of gravel, wood posts, twine, and a bunch of other everyday items.  Quilts and throw pillows were laid out to create cozy seating arrangements and overturned crates used as tables.

Guests nibbled on homemade Cracker Jack, seasoned popcorn and homemade fresh strawberries & cream and root beer float popsicles … and to drink: frosty beer, ice-cold soda pop and chilled glasses of Rosé wine.

Additional photos, DIY tricks and event recipes can be found in this guest post on Design Sponge here.

 

Photos via: Bash, Please and Design Sponge
Photo credit: Brandon Kidd Photography

 
 

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