Of course every get together revolves around food, whether catered or home made, these serving dishes, furniture and table top accessories are the perfect accent to any party fare. Set the table and they will come.
|This beach inspired theme by Pottery Barn will|
be sure to sooth the week day stress.
|Pottery Barn also has this wonderful Hampstead Buffet|
that can self serve your guests, just add rum. ;)
|Another excellent counter top beverage |
dispenser for the kiddies from One Kings Lane.
|Perfect tumblers for any party!|
|LOVE this Hawaiian inspired hand carve |
Acacia wood serving dishes from
|How awesome are these ceramic fish plates available from our very own Creative Spaces of South Florida just give us a call.|
|No cake would be complete without a cake stand|
to make a statement, especially my homemade
|Pearlized napkin holders for your guests|
to dab the BBQ sauce from their cheek.
|A splash of color with these beautiful tangerine|
handled serving utensils.
|And for a bit of fun & whimsy...|
just make sure to put them back in real tank
when the party is over
|If extra seating is what you need, then these|
outdoor stools are as beautiful as they are functional,
indoors or outside from Home Deco Direct.
|Another style of outdoor seating that's a|
gorgeous architectural design. Your friends
will wonder how you got so fabulous!
You can find these at the always amazing & ever changing Inner Gardens located in California.
|Another great table setting by Pottery Barn|
You can also use items that you may have around the house for your party-scape....
-Like galvanized trays, buckets and watering cans, they can hold your ice, beverages and serving utensils;
-Recycle your cleaned out glass jars from the kitchen to make homemade hurricane candles; place pillar candles in some sand and add a few decorative shells or stones. Place them on your table top or tightly wrap wire around the neck of the jar and loop a wire handle across the top so you can hang them in your trees;
-Or use the glass jars as flower vases, pick fresh foliage from your garden or your neighbors (just make sure you ask first lol) and add water;
-Try stringing up the white holiday string lights in your trees and shrubs for a festive feeling to your night;
-Use mason jars for your drinking tumblers;
-If your budget is tight & can't foot the whole food bill then throw a potluck party. I always love smacking my lips on my neighbor Mary's famous rum cake. It also gives everyone a chance to taste someone else's talented cooking skills.
Whatever the occasion for your next party, get together, BBQ, picnic, soiree, shin dig, bash, gala, luncheon or festive celebration , I wish you all the very best!
Enjoy yourselves and can't wait to hear all about it!