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Margaret Josephs Had the Most Incredible Party in Honor of Pride
The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member's over-the-top fete included a rainbow balloon display and so many lavish desserts.
Margaret Josephs went all out in honor of Pride this year. Following the Englewood Pride Ceremony, during which she gave a moving speech and raised the rainbow flag, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member hosted an over-the-top party, and we can't get over the jaw-dropping details.
For the incredible fete, Margaret turned to Keremo Cakes for desserts including heart-shaped cookies with rainbow designs, cake pops, cupcakes with "PRIDE" written across the top, and two cakes connected by a rainbow with the message "Love Is Love." Of course, the decor was just as fabulous. Housewife-favorite balloon-decor company My Deco Balloon created a rainbow balloon arch for the occasion and there were plenty of other balloons displayed around the area.
Prior to the party, Margaret and her creative director, Lexi Barbuto, showed off the setup on Instagram. "This is too good to even eat," Lexi said in one clip. "And when you think it's done, there's even more!" Based on Instagram Stories, it appears the event was held at Lefkes Estiatorio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
Last year, Margaret opened up to BravoTV.com about supporting the LGBTQ+ community. "It’s so important for people to be an ally, and people want to know what it means to be an ally," she said. "A great power we all possess is our voice and you know I have a big mouth. So use your voice in your community. Support equal civil rights, speak out for gender equality, raise awareness for LGBTQ social movements and talk to your children."
"We have to teach this from a very young age," she added. "The sentiment is simple and was taught to me by Marge Sr as a little girl. Love is love. I also work with many charities and advocacy groups like Live Out Loud who do such amazing work for LGBTQ youth."