Throwing a housewarming party or in the midst of planning a big bash for the festive season? Dreams Establishment’s boutique arm, Dreams & Confetti, has you covered. Nestled in the picturesque retail and lifestyle hotspot of Dempsey Hill, its new compact-but-cosy 300-square foot space boasts top quality party essentials and accessories that are perfect for any soiree; from essential party tableware to more uncommon items like confetti-filled balloons, table centrepieces, tassel garlands, mason jars and tissue paper decor.
Fronting the entrance of this compact but comprehensive store are shelves crammed with party supplies in varying pastel hues. Here, you’ll be hard pressed to choose between party decor and accoutrements in all forms of shapes and patterns. Think stripes, polka dots, florals and everything in between to suit every occasion – a literal paradise for every party aficionado. Despite the small space, co-owners Audrey Lee and Grace Goh kept browsing easy by organising the ensemble of products according to type and demand.
Though Dreams & Confetti is small in size it is big at heart – the cheery colours and welcoming atmosphere is more than enough to charm and ensnare. And once you enter the store, it’s hard not to walk away with more than what you really need – amidst the eye-catching pretty pastel party products, we’ve spotted quirky tableware from Miss Etoile, cute party ware by Meri Meri and My Little Day, an assortment of colourful sweets from Sugarfina and even adorable pastry-inspired beanbags by Woouf!
Moving further into the store, you’ll come face to face with the bulkier essentials. Here you’ll find gorgeous party ware from American labels Mosser Glass and Rosanna, brands known for producing top quality party dining and serving ware. This includes a delectable collection of cake stands from the former and the occasionally cheeky but totally Instagram-worthy compendium from the latter.
13 Dempsey Road #01-04
tel: 6255 5676
This was adapted from an article originally published in the November 2016 issue of SquareRooms.