Thanks for joining me in my “30 Days of Summer Entertaining” series.
A tablescape doesn’t have to be complicated when you’re entertaining outdoors.
I always look around to see what’s blooming in the yard before I choose my tablecloth, and then set my table.
Fresh blooms, a clean space, a light appetizer. You don’t even have to have a big meal to share an intimate time with friends.
For this centerpiece I used fresh mint from the back yard.
And mixed in pansies.
Get out of the habit of “over-doing” with your table by making it too elaborate.
Summer entertaining should be fresh and simple.
Oh, and with the ambience of lots of candles!
What’s your favorite outdoor summer centerpiece?
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