Everything You Need to Host an Epic Moroccan Fête

Peter Dolkas

As soon as we saw Poppy Delevingne's magical Marrakech wedding, we knew a trend had been born. Say so long to boho-barn weddings and mason-jar filled dinners, Moroccan evenings are the new way to entertain. Whether you too are planning your nuptials, or just hosting a raucus fête for friends, look to Marrakech or Casablanca for your tabletop style. Bold colors and rich golds will ensure your guests feel like they are dining in luxury. Keep in mind the more prints, the merrier in Morocco, and never ever opt for a simple solution. After all, isn't going above and beyond what a luxury trip to Morocco is all about?


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Metal Facet Glass Lantern, $90, World Market Moroccan Wedding Blanket, $350, Calypso St. Barth Antique Gold Flatware, From $6, Zara Home
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 Patterned Plate, $6, H&M Home White and Gold Floral Smooth Bowl, $595, Aerin Moroccan Appetizer Plate, $10, Jayson Home
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Gold Chiavari Chair, $46, Event Decor Direct Bird Salt & Pepper Shakers, $48, Jonathan Adler Handcarved Serving Set, From $28, Anthropologie
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Metal Tealight Holder, $3, H&M Home Lacquer Chargers, $19, West Elm XOXO Berber Wool Pillow, $98, Maven Collection
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Tumbler With a Gold Pattern, $10, Zara Home Orange Tablecloth Roll, $16, Oriental Trading Candle Holder, $7, H&M Home
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Champagne Glass, $15, Zara Home Awning Stripe Moroccan Blanket, $259, The Loaded Trunk ZigZag Stool, $100, Zara Home

Photography: The Style Chronicles Instagram, Peter Dundas Instagram

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