Simple Outdoor Table Setting

April 5th, 2014 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Simple, clean, and crisp. Your friends will be impressed.
Heres your starters. Vintage paper plate holders (in olive of course), plastic plates (in orange of course), and the kicker...small tractor seats!
Lay out your tractor seats as chargers.
Layer in the paper plate holder.
Then slap on the bright orange divided plate.
I spray painted free on the side of the road animal planters as place cards. You can mix up the animale or at wire to hold a place card.
I planted them with succulents and moss. They would be adorable take aways for your guests.
A sassy little napkin for good measure. Tie your napkins up with old clothes line.
Simple white modern pottery vases from a thrift store lend a hand.
The stove grate was used for extra texture. It could also double as a hot plate.
Easy candle holders for your table are created from Mason jar tops with fresh moss.
The insulators fit the jar lids perfectly. I used a battery operated tea light that glimmers through the glass.
Simple, clean, and crisp. Your friends will be impressed.

Simple, clean, and crisp. Your friends will be impressed.

Photo: Sue Whitney

Outdoor entertaining is a passion of mine so I say it's about time we get to it. Here is a simple way to showcase your feast at your  next barbie. Happy summer!


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Comments (6)

PlentyPlace writes: Perfect color combination. Everything looks so cheerful and inviting! Posted: 10:37 am on April 10th
georgiamoon writes: Wow The colors really POP. So festive and fun!
Georgia Posted: 1:07 pm on June 5th
JessicaWhite writes: Very Sweet... Posted: 1:44 am on June 5th
chippingcharm writes: Too FUN!! Love the tractor seat "charger" :) Posted: 5:40 am on June 4th
JunkArchitect writes: I would rather be enjoying this gorgeous day in New England by lounging outside eating breakfast with your beautiful table setting...but I'm at work.

Jim

Posted: 5:16 am on June 4th
EmmasNookandGranny writes: Very sweet and inviting. The weather is perfect today for outdoor entertaining. What time should I be there?

~Marge Posted: 3:19 pm on June 3rd
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