Moving the Outdoor Dining Table to a Different Entertaining Space
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For the first time since we have lived in our home, my husband and I decided to move our outdoor dining table to a different space for entertaining.
It was so easy and created a new experience for us all.
We moved the table out by the garden.
I added a small side table for water and for overflow of platters.
Snipped a few lilies from the closest flower bed.
Used MyDrap large dinner napkins, folding them in half.
I loved the large, clean, crisp look.
We moved the tiki torches closer to the entertaining space.
The table was set and ready for a great night.
I think we need to be reminded that it’s okay to break the rules with summer entertaining, to realize that we sometimes get in a rut with the standard barbecue served casual buffet-style.
It’s great to move things around, to change things up a bit.
To take our modern, casual, informal lifestyles and add a spin of elegance and creativity.
Have you recently done anything different or creative with your summer entertaining?
Thinking ahead to October, I’m going to be participating in Nester’s 31 Days of Change series coming up! I’m so happy she invited me back, and if you want to join with a topic that inspires you, during the month of October, feel free to jump in with your blog! My topic last year was: 31 Days to Stress-Free Entertaining.
My topic this year will be: 31 Days of Keeping the Family Together.
What inspires a happy family and how we can stay connected during busy times with 3 teenagers and the holidays just around the corner. I hope you’ll join me in October as I post for 31 days straight, but better yet, why don’t you start thinking about your topic? There will be different ways to link up. It’s going to be inspirational, I can feel it already :) Thank you, Nester!
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