Setting the table for a dinner party can be an intimidating undertaking, especially when there are hundreds of gorgeous tables on Pinterest and in magazines which may make your simple white dishes feel ‘blah’. Browse our collection of more than 22 place settings and find an idea or two for your next get-together. Find all the items used in the place settings after the jump.
On our To Do list for Spring, we want to entertain more. From casual get-togethers to fancy soirées and outdoor barbecues, we want to put on our hostess hat and enjoy the company of friends and family. One way we’re flexing our entertaining muscles is by printing off some easy place cards for you to give your table settings a little extra personality.
We’re delighted to introduce Jad from New South Food Company. Jad specializes in gourmet southern dishes with a New South twist, and we’re thrilled to have one of his recipes for you today. Take it away, Jad!
This is a twist on a traditional Pimm’s cocktail which is served at The Napoleon House in New Orleans and is a Mardi Gras tradition. Nothing says it’s party time like a big pitcher of sangria stuffed with colorful fruit! This recipe combines the two recipes into one magical drink fit for a Mardi Gras celebration.
Cocktail hour is back – and so is the bar cart. And there’s nothing quite as versatile. These chic little accent pieces bring mega glamour and a portable party to any room in your home, indoors or out. Keep it stocked with the essentials, so you can offer up a cocktail at a moment’s notice.
Dinner’s in the oven, Pandora is playing and your guests are expected any minute. But what about the table?
We’re delighted today to introduce Jad from New South Food Company. Jad specializes in gourmet southern dishes with a New South twist, and we’re thrilled to welcome his recipes to How to Decorate over the next couple of months. Our mouths are already watering over this first recipe, so we can’t wait to see what dishes he has in store for us!
Super Bowl Sunday is around the corner, so we’re planning our game day spread. For big get-togethers, we love hosting a pot luck, that way each guest can bring their own favorite and no one person is saddled with all of the hosting responsibilities. Below are our favorite ideas for bringing along a simple, but crowd-pleasing dish.