There’s nothing like an at-home birthday party, but that takes on new meaning when the home in question is Villa Rosa. Perched right above Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump's mansion is stunning on the inside — but its grounds are what takes the cake. “Villa Rosa, our home, is one of my favorite places in the world,” Lisa wrote on Very Vanderpump, the blog she shares with her daughter, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo. “Every morning I wake up and look over the incredibly lush and isolated valley below my windows and I can't help feeling happy, humbled and grateful. Villa Rosa is a lush oasis, nestled into the rolling rises of Beverly Hills — it feels like it's in the middle of the countryside and yet it's only 5 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the town below.”
So it’s no wonder that when it came time to throw Ken Todd a birthday celebration, the Vanderpump Rules mother-daughter duo looked no further than their own backyard. Sharing photos of the fete on her Instagram Stories and page, Pandora showed the single long table nestled amidst the olive grove on the property. Located under low-hanging chandeliers draped from the trees above, the enormous table featured a stunning continuous centerpiece that ran the entire length of the table!
Comprised of various green succulents and bunches of pink roses, the florals definitely stole the show… which is likely why Lisa and Pandora opted for lucite ghost chairs as seating!
“Olive grove perfection for daddy’s birthday,” Pandora captioned a post to her Instagram account. And we truly couldn’t agree more!
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