en-US Stylish Party-Supply Sites For Affordable Spring Bashes When the colder seasons retreat and makes way for longer days of sunshine, we've got more on our minds than open-toed sandals and SPF; we're ready to re-embrace partying. The past three-month hibernation period renewed our energy and excitement for group-socializing, so we crafted a curated party-supply guide for celebrating all sorts of spring flings.The 16 brands and sites ahead are filled with the chicest entertaining essentials, from pink plastic coupes to gold-foiled napkins and pastel-dipped wooden cutlery. Scroll on to shop a stylish, affordable, and easily-ordered lineup of party supplies that will cover all of your upcoming bashes from intimate warm-weather bridal showers to big holiday cook-outs.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Paper SourceThis boutique go-to for prominent paper products (like cards and planners) also boasts an impressive lineup of party goods — the options range from decor to favors and invitations in a vibrant array of artful prints and designs.Paper Source Night Meadow Floral Cocktail Napkin (20), $6.95, available at Paper SourcePaper Source Night Meadow Small Plates (10), $7.95, available at Paper SourceMeri MeriEntertaining essentials that radiate effortless-whimsy are born on this imaginative site filled with celebration supplies that are crafted by a studio of talented designers and illustrators — plus, a wide range of their magical party products to decorations and stationary are available for quick Prime shipping on Amazon if you're in a last-minute pinch.Meri Meri Meri Meri Neon Wooden Cutlery Set (24), $13.99, available at AmazonKate AspenA lead designer in the celebration space since 2004, Aspen's chic supplies come in an array of colors and patterns organized by specific occasions to make the inspiration portion of your party-planning even easier.Kate Aspen Cheery Chic Citrus Paper Plates (Set of 8), $4.5, available at Kate AspenBASHA site born for trendy partiers, this independent and design-focused company draws its product inspiration from interior design, art, and fashion — resulting in a lineup of super stylish goods from paper plates to cups and cutlery that we wish weren't actually made of paper.BASH Memphis Collection Paper Plates (12), $17.59, available at AmazonTalking TablesStarted back in 1999, this party-supply site still offers a strong array of coordinated celebration essentials in a range of vibrant styles and themes — and currently, we're eyeing this Frida Kahlo-inspired set of paper cups for 40% off on Zulily.Talking Tables Frida Large Paper Cup, Set of 12, $4.29, available at ZulilyCoterieDaily Harvest duo, Linden Ellis and Sara Raffa, recently co-founded yet another chic lifestyle site — Coterie's elevated party supplies are grouped into nine elegantly-designed sets of celebration essentials (from ombré balloons to garden-party candles and Italian-inspired dinnerware) that can be easily ordered based on the size of your bash.Coterie Yes Way, Ombre - Party Set For 10, $56, available at CoterieRifle Paper Co.Another beloved name in the online paper goods' space, this stylish stationary and lifestyle site offers up more than pretty-patterned greeting cards to journals — the brand's bright-floral illustrations also touch a lineup of paper plates to napkins and straws too.Rifle Paper Co. Floral Straws, Set of 25, $8, available at AnthropologieSugar ClothBorn from an exclusive Amazon collaboration with the chic lifestyle blog and brand, Sugar Cloth's party offerings cover 40 pastel-hued table products — from gold-lined paper table goods to sophisticated plastic coupes and cutlery.Sugar Cloth Pale Pink Plastic Champagne Coupe Set, 4-Piece, $9.99, available at AmazonEtsyThis online mecca for one-of-a-kind, craft-made goods is prime shopping for bespoke party supplies that cover a seemingly endless range of unique styles and themes — whether thats a tropical summer celebration, a floral tea-party, or a just-because bash.Fiesta Party Store Tropical Leaf Garland, $7.81, available at EtsySusty PartyIf sustainably-sourced products are your party-prerogative, then this Brooklyn-based and non-profit partnered supply company has you covered — the simple but stylish disposable goods are made from non-toxic, recycled materials that are biodegradable and compostable.Susty Party 100-Percent Recycled Paper Cocktail Napkin (200-Pack), $5.99, available at AmazonSusty Party 12 oz Bowl Light Green, Pack of 8, $9.98, available at AmazonTargetTarget's party-supply lineup breaks the festive essentials down by celebration types, categories, and colors — making the whole planning process an easily-inspired, ordered, and delivered dream.Spritz Tassels Party Banner™, $6, available at TargetSweet LuluThis sweet online-boutique specializes in curated party-ware from premium suppliers across the globe — the celebration offerings are broken out by whimsical themes (from boho to fruit salad and fairy) and inventive decor categories (from pinwheels to garlands and confetti).Shop Sweet Lulu Wildflower Pastel Cups (12), $6.5, available at Shop Sweet LuluHarlow GreyTouted as a site for, "Modern Party Goods," Harlow Grey's celebration offerings are out of an artful but minimalist decor dream — the stylish collection of paper plates, cups, and napkins come in a range of sharp geometric shapes treated with color-blocking and gilded accents.Harlow Grey Dark Green Watercolor Rose Gold Paper Plates (8 Count, $11.5, available at AmazonWalmartKeeping it bulk and in budget doesn't need to mean sacrificing style and fun — and much to our delight, Walmart's mega-stock of affordable finds includes a range of punchy party-supply collections dressed for warm-weather entertaining.Cakewalk Watermelon Essentials Party In A Box, $12.08, available at WalmartDaydream SocietyWith collections ranging from Dinomite, to Frenchie Stripes, and Tropicale, Daydream Society's party-stock is never short of style inspiration — all of the creative paper supplies are designed by a team of specialized artists for the most unique celebration aesthetics.Daydream Society Tropicale Paper Party Napkins, Pack of 16, $11.95, available at AmazonUrban OutfittersWhether you need a pack of mini party hats, a set of jumbo confetti balloons, or a tropical vine garland, this always on-trend (in the funkiest of ways) site has your party-planning back.Urban Outfitters Jumbo Rainbow Confetti Balloon Set, $14, available at Urban OutfittersLike what you see? 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